Kuching, Sarawak will be the host venue for the inaugural Green Buildings & Parks World 2014 from 1– 3 December 2014 at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK). The event is held in response to the fast growing market for green infrastructure and parks industry in the region, including both retrofitting infrastructure and new developments.
Co-organised by Confexhub Group and the Institute of Parks and Recreation Singapore, GBPW 2014 is Supported by the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Communications Sarawak, Ministry of Tourism Sarawak, Sarawak Convention Bureau, BEAM Society Limited, CIDB Malaysia and Malaysia Green Building Confederation; is endorsed by many other regional trade associations in relations to green infrastructure.
Green Buildings and Parks World 2014 themed ‘Building for A Better Tomorrow’is aimed to provide a platform for developers, professionals and government bodies to converge and share, learn and collaborate to improve the green buildings and parks of their countries.
Over 200 international industry players from 20 odd countries representing architects, consultants, city planners, engineers, construction companies, building/facility managers of commercial and industrial properties, public facilities and material suppliers are expected to attend the conference and the collocated products showcase.
According to Datuk Abdul Aziz S.A. Kadir, the GBPW 2014 Organising Chairman, ‘This event is an exciting platform to not only enhanced knowledge on the latest green certifications, green incentives & financing options, advance green materials and technologies, the role of landscape and parks with buildings; but also a unique opportunity to meet with experts, share ideas and networking for potential future collaboration. From here, participants will learn from industry experts in the field, hear about the exceptional best practices, and have the opportunity to ask questions, seek advice and interact with other industry professionals regarding both retrofitting and developing new green infrastructures.’
On pre-conference day, there will be a technical tour to one of the green buildings in Sarawak that will provide hands-on experience to the conference delegates; to learn on energy efficiency, low-E glass and rain harvesting components, as well as the building integrated photovoltaic panels for solar harvesting.
Register your interest at www.greenbuildingsandparksworld.com or contact Mr. Jason Choong at (603) 4045 5999.