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Jan022017

Green Building & Parks World 2017 

Green Buildings and Parks World 2017 to take place in Kuala Lumpur, themed  ‘Green Not Expensive - Expensive Not Green’     

The 3rd Green Buildings & Parks World will take place from 17 to 18 January 2017 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Organisers Confexhub expects more than 200 green building designers, architects, facilitators, urban planners, developers, contractors, energy and water efficiency consultants, landscape designers and green material manufacturers from over 25 countries.

Over the years, the construction sector has shown tremendous progress through initiatives and programmes implemented by the local government focusing on improving the competitiveness and subsequent ability of construction players to internationalisation. The Construction Industry Transformation Programme (CITP) introduced by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) with one of the thrusts is to increase the green building programme by pushing continuously more designs and constructions for greener buildings in the country.

What: Green Buildings & Parks World 2017 Conference

Venue: Pullman Bangsar Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

When: 17-18 January 2017

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The Green Building & Parks World 2017 (GBPW 2017) is an international conference conceptualized to provide a conduit for stakeholders from green building, green infrastructure, parks and green materials to converge; meet face to face to discuss a wide spectrum of issues and developments in green building and parks development, and sharing success stories and frameworks from the Pan-Asia regions. More than 20 eminent Guest Speakers representing governmental agencies, award-winning experts and renowned captains of industry from green building, eco-building material, green technology, landscape and parks will address on a range of topics under the theme of ‘Green Not Expensive - Expensive Not Green’