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Construction showcase returns in November

PHILCONSTRUCT, one of the country’s biggest construction trade events will hold its 29th edition at both the SMX convention and World Trade centers, both in Metro Manila.  

Construction showcase returns in November
Wider showcase of building materials, construction equipment, fixtures, and finishing solutions, as well as related services from 23 different countries
“We are converting the entire front parking lot of the World Trade Center into an exhibition hall, adding as much as 3,000 sq. m. more of indoor exhibition space for the show,” announced Gerardo Pancho, 1st vice president of the Philippine Constructors Association (PCA) and overall chairman of this year’s PHILCONSTRUCT.  

He promised an even wider showcase of building materials, construction equipment, fixtures and finishing solutions, as well as related services from 23 different countries.  

“With the government’s aggressive pursuit of infrastructure development through the Build, Build, Build program as well as the private sector’s drive to produce globally competitive projects, there are plenty of opportunities for both local and international suppliers to grow their business here,” explained Morris Agoncillo, president of the PCA.

Construction showcase returns in November
Morris Agoncillo, president of the PCA
More than 70,000 architects, engineers, interior designers, government representatives, and other professionals from the industry are expected to visit PHILCONSTRUCT. Some 1,500 companies  are slated to be part of the event, headlined by its co-presenter Pacific Paint (BOYSEN) Philippines, Inc.; major sponsors CW Home Depot, Hyundai Philippines, and QSJ Motor Philippines; and show sponsors Caltex / Chevron Philippines, Civic Merchandising, Inc., Co Ban Kiat Hardware, and Isuzu Philippines. For more information, one can log on to www.philconstructevents.com.

Topics: PHILCONSTRUCT , Gerardo Pancho , Philippine Constructors Association , Morris Agoncillo
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