Sydney Build Expo 2019

When:
14 March, 2019 – 15 March, 2019 all-day
2019-03-14T00:00:00+11:00
2019-03-16T00:00:00+11:00
Where:
Royal Hall of Industries
1 Driver Avenue Moore Park
NSW 2021
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Oliver Kinross
+61 (2) 8006 7557
Sydney Build Expo 2019 @ Royal Hall of Industries

Sydney Build Expo 2019 – 14th & 15th March – Royal Hall of Industries

Show Features:

– Australia’s Leading and Largest Construction & Design Show
– 150+ Senior Speakers at our Free Conference, Workshops, Partner Sessions & Live Demos
– Thousands of Attendees will be joining us from across Australia
– 250+ Exhibitors within 5 zones
– Co-located with CIVENEX
– Topics Focusing on: Residential construction, transport and infrastructure, commercial construction, new contracts and opportunities, Sydney’s waterfront, prefab, urban design, sustainability, BIM/Digital etc.
– 60+ Industry Partners – Large-Scale Promotion of the Show
– Networking: Live Music, Craft Beer Festival, Whiskey Tasting, Live Demos & Prize Giveaways.
– Keep up-to-date with the latest projects, news, industry standards and technologies across: construction, design, architecture, cladding, insulation, flooring, lighting, building supplies, hardware, joinery, home automation and everything build related.

Your free pass gives you full access to the entire Sydney Build event and CIVENEX event including all conferences, summits and the 250+ booth exhibition. For further details, visit sydneybuildexpo.com

Exhibition: If you would like to inquire about exhibiting or sponsoring Sydney Build – Click Here

Check out: Event Website / Gallery or Ask for a Quote (Booth / Stand) / Contact Us

Contact Information:
marketing@sydneybuildexpo.com
AU: +61 (2) 8006 7557
NZ: +64 (9) 889 7707
HK: +852 3792 0940
UK: +44 203 058 2350

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