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Sydney Build returns

Sydney Build returns

Sydney Build is back once again on 6 and 7 March 2023 featuring more than 500 exhibitors, 450 speakers and 20,000 attendees from the built environment industries.

To be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney NSW, 14 Darling Drive, the event will bring together all professionals in the built environment and design industry for a jam-packed two-day exhibition and conference.

The free event has firmly established itself as one of the largest trade shows for the construction industry.

Sydney Build Expo overview

Brought to you by Oliver Kinross, Sydney Build is part of the company’s award-winning ‘BUILD’ exhibition portfolio that extends internationally to include trade shows held throughout New York, Chicago, and London.

Sydney Build 2023 will feature over 500 exhibitors and 450 speakers across nine conference stages. The Sydney Infrastructure Expo and Digital Construction Australia events will be at the venue at the same time.

Three major expos spread across two days will showcase the latest in technological advancement and touch upon topics highly prevalent within the construction industry.

Boasting a comprehensive program and a diverse range of displays, the event’s show floor incorporates a unique format designed to stimulate business networking opportunities between attendees and exhibitors. Cutting-edge seminars, sponsored networking lounges and live equipment demonstrations are just a small portion of what attendees can expect to encounter at this year’s expo.

Opportunities for all

Uniting thousands of construction experts, architects, engineers, designers, government personnel and aspiring tradies is no easy task. That’s why Sydney Build Expo has placed its 450 top-level speakers into nine themed stages scattered throughout the venue. These Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited presentations will encompass a wide range of exclusive construction industry insights, shared from professionals with first-hand experience.

Speaker, sponsor, exhibitor showcase

Sydney Build capitalises on the strong economy and high levels of inward migration that currently make Sydney one of the best performing construction industries in the world. The main objective of the expo is to provide the best opportunity for professionals to get together to discuss past, present and future projects. The event enables the industry to educate itself and provides a great marketing tool for companies looking to stand out within the competitive construction industry. With this in mind, Sydney Build is proud to showcase the high profile support it has received from key stakeholders across the Australian construction industry.

Key sponsors for the event include high profile Building Information Modeling (BIM) and digital asset management firms Edara Systems, Autodesk and MYOB; and build-related firms Wurth Group, Spantec and Deco. Furthermore, crucial stakeholders from across the Australian construction industry such as CSR, Australian Made, Procore and Matterport are confirmed to exhibit.

On the topic of speakers, Sydney Build has been consistent in attracting high-level experts and securing prominent figures, such as the Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore, to lend their time for the event. Industry leaders at the forefront of developing on-site technologies are also set to present.

Four in one

Sydney Build Expo 2023 will feature two additional expos run alongside the main Sydney Build stage. They include the Digital Construction Australia event and Sydney Infrastructure Expo, to extend the show’s outreach further into the infrastructure and transportation industries. These events offer a more focused insight into their relevant fields, however, all three are free to attend under the same ticket and attendees are encouraged to freely explore all areas of the show.

Event topics

Sydney Main Stage

Government updates and initiatives, major projects, procurement, and commercial and residential real estate development.

Digital Construction Stage

Digital transformation, latest technology trends, augmented reality and virtual reality, data management and security, digital twins, smart buildings, precincts and cities.

Sustainability Stage

Circular economy, net-zero, embodied carbon management, regenerative design, renewable energy, building life cycles and environmental, social, and governance sustainability.

Architecture & Design Stage

Innovation in architecture, workplace design, social and cultural inclusion, urban architecture, and meeting the needs of the people.

Diversity & Inclusion Stage

Importance of leadership, age, gender, and cultural diversity, driving equality and change, reconciliation in construction and participation policy.

Future of Construction Stage

Latest industry trends, modernising construction, modular methods, skilled workforce shortage, retention, upskilling and 3D printing.

Infrastructure Stage

Updates from latest infrastructure projects (Sydney Metro, Western Sydney Airport, Coffs Harbour Bypass, etc.), transport decongestion, electric vehicle transition.

Climate Resilience & Safety Stage

Fire, flooding, earthquake and natural disaster safety, building resilience to extreme weather conditions, quality assurance and defects.

Skills & Wellbeing Stage

Wellbeing and mental health in construction, available industry initiatives, sales training, business planning, digital marketing and social media strategy.

Additional information on Digital Construction Australia can be found at: www.digitalconstructionaustralia.com

Additional information on the Sydney Infrastructure Expo can be found at: www.sydneyinfrastructureexpo.com

For more information and to register a complimentary ticket visit www.sydneybuildexpo.com or email marketing@sydneybuildexpo.com.au

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