Valencia, Spain – Materials and techniques that take the environment into account over the short and long term, energy efficiency, sustainability, design. These concepts are increasingly important in construction and are gathering momentum amongst companies in the industry. Being eco is important and Cevisama wanted to provide a response to the high demand for sustainable construction with a new space, designated Cevisama Build.
The construction sector has traditionally been represented at Cevisama by a small show of fixing materials and cutting tools for use with ceramic tiles. Cevisama 2023 is taking a step further and launching this new section dedicated to construction solutions, thus completing the fair’s scope of exhibits.
MEP installations, BIM, construction systems, sustainable construction materials, home automation, diamond tools, thermal and acoustic insulation, ventilation and facades are just some of the product ranges that will be on show at Cevisama from 27th February to 3rd March. Sustainable construction companies such as Danosa, Fila – Surface Care Solutions, Chova, Cemher and Revestech have already confirmed they will be taking part in Cevisama Build, as has expert air conditioning provider Zehnder Group Iberica.
Presentations on eco-sustainability and routes to market
The commercial showcase, which is extending the content geared to the architecture, construction and specifier channels, will also feature a programme of presentations on issues relating to sustainability and bioconstruction. Industry experts will reflect on the current state of this market and debate the importance of actively addressing the environmental problem. The programme will be complemented by the award ceremony for the sustainability awards.
Cevisama Build will make use of the synergies between the construction industry and the ceramic tile and bathroom sector to attract new profiles of visitor focused on construction such as property developers and builders, whilst creating loyalty amongst others who are searching for more sustainable alternatives, such as architects and designers.