SINGAPORE --(ASIA TODAY)-- BuildTech Asia 2016 (BTA 2016) is the region’s leading tradeshow for the building and construction industry. Into its 6th edition, BTA 2016 aims to provide ‘a new insight on smart building and construction’ and focuses on promoting innovative and smart technologies that address the challenges of the industry.
Held in conjunction with the Singapore Construction Productivity Week, this 3-day trade event provides an excellent platform for business professionals to showcase and share smart, productive and innovative technologies and solutions that aims to help companies meet the demands of an evolving industry that strives to achieve higher productivity and construction standards.
Organised by Sphere Exhibits and hosted by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore, BTA 2016 focuses on the following areas in spearheading the construction industry towards productivity transformation.
Prefabricated Pre-finished Volumetric Construction (PPVC)
Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)
Glued Laminated Timber (Glulam)
Prefabricated Bathroom Units (PBU)
Prefabricated structural systems
Prefabricated architectural systems
Prefabricated M&E systems
Special systems & tools
Solutions providers (Building Information Modelling, Virtual Design and Construction)
ICT for construction
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Access & automation solutions
Virtual reality tools
Quality Finishes (New)
Architectural finishes & solutions
Industry members who are keen to exhibit at BTA may wish to contact our event partner, Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd for further details. For more information, please visit www.buildtechasia.com.
18 – 20 Oct 2016
Singapore Expo Hall 3
One of the key highlights at the BuildTech Asia exhibition is the BCA Pavilion which features productive and innovative showcases focusing on the Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) as well as Virtual Design and Construction (VDC). Through the showcase, industry would be kept updated on the latest developments in the transformation of the construction industry into one that is productive and innovative.
SOURCE / Singapore Construction Productivity Week 2016