The multi-sector event, which will take place from 5 to 8 November 2024, is the result of a strategic approach aimed at combining the strengths and promoting the synergies of the four leading trade fairs in their respective sectors. This will strengthen the construction industry.
The International Construction Week is becoming the most significant event in the Southern European calendar, providing numerous business opportunities for professionals in the construction, window, façade, solar protection and envelope, doors, automatisms, and aquatic installations sectors.
IFEMA MADRID will host the International Construction Week from 5 to 8 November 2024. The event will combine the CONSTRUTEC, VETECO, SMART DOORS AND PISCIMAD trade fairs, showcasing the strength of an industry that is essential for economic growth, job creation, and investment stimulation. This new multi-sectoral concept will provide a tool for European industry, offering value to enhance business, increase synergies, and expand networks, while promoting sustainable, safe and healthy living solutions.
International Construction Week will unite four fairs organised by IFEMA MADRID, each specialised in their respective sectors, under the same umbrella. The aim is to create a global project that maintains the identity of each fair, while joining forces, crossing interests, and combining the power of the leading companies.
This meeting will bring together a wide range of products and technologies in the construction sector, including construction materials, innovative enclosures and automation technologies, and aquatic installations. It will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest trends and advances.
IFEMA MADRID is committed to leading the construction sector with four major events. These events will offer professionals a comprehensive and international experience, with a focus on Europe, Latin America, and North Africa.
The event will be a trade fair featuring a full programme of high-quality transversal activities, including congresses, presentations, and round tables. These activities will provide information on new developments, trends, and perspectives, as well as analyse the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
This union will receive support from major sectoral associations, including the Spanish Confederation of Construction Product Manufacturers (CEPCO), the Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Light Façades and Windows (ASEFAVE), the National Federation of Door and Automation Manufacturers, Installers and Maintainers (FIMPA), and the Spanish Association of Swimming Pool Professionals (ASEPPI).
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