Worldbex 2013

Worldbex 2013 poster

WORLDBEX or The Philippine World Building and Construction Exposition has been a haven for the local and international building and construction industry, supported by acknowledged sectors of society and a visitor profile of more than 100, 000 per year, it is dubbed to be Asia’s most attended construction exposition.

There are more than 500 local and international exhibitors which will join the exhibition . This event was organized by Worldbex Services International . The event will be held at the World Trade Center and Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City , Metro Manila from March 13 , 2013 to March 17, 2013.

WORLDBEX holds a good number of global ties with countries such as Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brunei, China, Finland, Hongkong and Germany to name a few of the 25 participating countries, it is an ideal venue for business transactions and introduction of innovations.

 
Event Organizer: Worldbex Services International

Address: 488, Boni Avenue, corner San Joaquin Street Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Tel: +(63)-(2)-5316374
Fax: +(63)-(2)-5332026

              Website : http://www.worldbex.com/Event/Worldbex

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Philconstruct 2010

Philconstruct SECRETARIAT

AS one of the country’s most significant and successful events for the building and construction industry, the 20th Philippine International Construction Equipment, Building Materials Exhibition & Technology Forum . This event is the country’s largest construction expo and  set to take center stage with a bang from November 11 to 14 at the SMX Convention Center in the Mall of Asia Complex. This yearly expo had prepared series of  daily lectures, trade exhibits from different parts of the country and the world, seminars  and a technical  conference .

list of exhibitors

This exhibit and conference will be held back-to-back with HVAC/R Philippines 2010 (13th International Heating, Ventilating, Air-Conditioning, Refrigerating, Pumps, Valves & Pipes, Filtration & Purification Technology Exhibition) and will also incorporate Mining Asia 2010 (5th International Exhibition of Equipment, Machinery, Tools, Technology & Support Services for the Mining Industry), and Interior World 2010 (7th International Interiors, Furnishing & Furniture, lighting, Home Entertainment & Total lifestyle Exhibition).

SMX lobby was transformed into a lush vegetation with tall bamboos , ferns , ornamental plants and anthuriums

a mime  artist dress in all green costume with matching green shoes and face mask greeted the visitors to the event

exhibit using green technology

Philippine Construction Association Inc. (PCA) continuing its growth venture with three of the country’s biggest and most dynamic organizations-the Philippine Society of Ventilating, Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Engineers Inc. (PSVARE); the Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID); and the Philippine Mine Safety and Environment Association (PMSEA)-this year’s event is geared up to be another affair all industry stakeholders, students, practitioners and  professionals just have to be part of.

replica of the EDSA people power monument with the latest  energy saving electrical lightning effect

“Over 78 percent of all the current government and private projects in the country involve PCA members, thus making Phil-construct a very significant and timely event.

Mount Pinatubo ashes were transformed into photo frame

In a span of few years , PCA has transformed Philconstruct to become the biggest and most impressive showcase for the industry. This is where the industry converges.

various frames ( the material used in this photo frame is quarried ash from Mount Pinatubo )

exhibitor of the photo frames

According to the exhibitor, they had a lot of clientele which includes former first lady Imelda Marcos , local celebrities . Their products are also being exported in Switzerland, France, United Sates, Japan , Italy and had even won various intentional awards for their designs and creativity.

scale model of  a Japanese construction firm engaged in bridge building