Are you ready for BIG ideas? See the best the African construction industry has to offer
The African Construction and Totally Concrete Expos bring together Africa’s leading thinkers and infrastructure experts who share their ideas on how to transform your business and the industry. Visit the site
Event at a glance
At the African Construction Expo you will learn about innovative and cutting-edge solutions in order to expose greater yields from large scale construction and infrastructure projects on our rapidly developing continent. In addition, the event features over 5 real-world case studies which will give you the latest and most relevant practices, technologies and approaches that can be implemented immediately in your business.
The interactive exhibition showcases hundreds of the latest products and solutions that help deliver projects on time and on budget. A free-to-attend workshop programme provides educational content and encourages a change towards a more sustainable approach to construction.
Together with the co-located Totally Concrete Expo, we are expecting over 5000 of Africa’s industry elite to gather at the Sandton Convention Centre to gain in-depth insight into the industry’s core challenges such as funding of infrastructure projects, project management in a continuously changing environment and adequate risk management for Pan-African projects. Furthermore, we will be exploring opportunities in Africa’s lucrative real estate sector.
The African Construction Expo is designed for the industry’s senior level management, investors, government representatives as well as construction professionals of all trades and is a convenient way to access the African market place.
You are guaranteed to take home big ideas and many valuable contacts that will make your job easier and more productive.
Showcase technologies and trends – Meet the Speakers
Hennie Botes, CEO of moladi, an award winning Port Elizabeth based company, established in 1986, makes housing accessible to low-income people through innovative and eco-friendly reusable recycled plastic formwork technology.
Hennie is setting about the de-skilling of the construction process in order to meet housing demand. He has a vision of creating a production line for housing, “to be the Henry Ford of the housing market”. The process is based on generating employment with on-site work, with most of the parts in the house being cast on site with plastic molds. An immensely pragmatic and effective way to develop sustainable solutions. For more information visit www.moladi.com