The construction sector consumes more energy than all other sectors in the Middle East. It is responsible for the most CO2 emissions, waste, pollution, and uses more non-energy related resources.p>The construction sector consumes more energy than all other sectors in the Middle East. It is responsible for the most CO2 emissions, waste, pollution, and uses more non-energy related resources.
To address these growing problems, Advanced Construction and Technology Services (ACTS) is launching the first Environmental Construction Exhibition in parallel with the Future Concrete conference which will take place from December 12 to 14 in Dubai.
"Participating in the Environmental Construction Exhibition in Dubai this year will be a very effective marketing platform for suppliers of innovative construction products and services." said Abdul Kader Kairouz, Chairman of the organizing committee and ACTS Vice-President.
"After last year's success in Doha, we have gathered in this year's Conference more than 35 international concrete construction experts to share their insights on Concrete of the 21st century, advanced construction materials and innovative practices, smart construction and carbon accounting," said Dr. Maher El Barrak, chairman of the technical committee and head of the conferences and training division at ACTS.
Marrying the Environmental Construction Exhibition and Future Concrete Conference promises to reward attendees with an opportunity to access a wealth of information from exhibitors and speakers. This combination will link hot topics in concrete construction with the practical aspects of green building, eco-construction, environmental consulting, modular construction, demolition recycling, carbon absorption and waste and water management.