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Join Us at the 2016 CTBUH International Conference

This year's conference will be held in Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong

With the building community becoming more interconnected around the world, Construction Specialties (CS) is proud to be a sponsor of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s (CTBUH) 2016 International Conference. This landmark event connects designers, developers and all disciplines in between, to discuss trends on future cities and tall buildings.

"CTBUH conferences are THE tall building conferences to attend, for both learning of the latest design & technical advances in sustainable cities, and for business networking. We strongly encourage your attendance at this year's event…"

You are invited to join us October 17th and 18th to see the latest building product innovations from Construction Specialties and learn about the latest design and technical advances in sustainable cities. You don’t have to be registered for the CTBUH conference to visit our booth, on the same level as the conference. Click here to see the venue plan and CS booth location.

For specifics on the topics to be covered and those presenting, click here. To RSVP for this complimentary event or more information, email Bryan Liang at BLiang@c-sgroup.com.

 

Event details:

  • Monday, October 17th and Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 (8:00 – 17:45)
  • Grand Hyatt ShenZhen, 1881 Baoan Nan Road, Luohu District,Shenzhen, China
  • Construction Specialties Booth Number 24 (Click here to view map)

From CTBUH.org:

There is perhaps nowhere on the planet that demonstrates the impact of urbanization as markedly as the cities of China’s Pearl River Delta – which surpassed Tokyo as the world’s largest single continual urban conurbation of 42 million in 2010, and is set to grow to potentially 120 million inhabitants by 2050. The results of the rapid and unprecedented urbanization in this region has produced an entirely new urban substance, one that has provided an unequalled opportunity to explore the impacts of tall buildings set within a network of ultra-connected, modern infrastructure.