MINSK, 7 April (BelTA) – Minsk is playing host to the Belarusian Construction Week 2021, BelTA has learned.
When developing the concept of the exhibition, its organizers took into account all current trends to get the event an extended format. This interactive approach will help find appropriate solutions and get the maximum benefit both for visitors and participants.
Developers, suppliers, manufacturers and other representatives of companies will have a great opportunity to use the exhibition to establish cooperation with their counterparts. Specialists from different areas of the construction industry will get a chance to conclude lucrative deals and find partners. Visitors and exhibitors will be able to learn about new offers, current trends, innovations in legislation and other issues related to the construction market, and participate in B2B programs and seminars. Workshops and presentations will be used by professionals to share experience and know-how in business.
In 2021, the Belarusian Construction Week exhibition has been expanded by new areas. In addition to the traditional concept of the exhibition, typical for construction exhibitions in Belarus, new sections will be presented for the first time. For example, the important event for everyone who is engaged in out-of-town building and landscaping will be the Wooden and Out-of-Town Building. Landscape. Modern Stove Building, a specialized salon for the technologies, materials, design and services in individual building. The exhibition will feature projects and technologies to build cottages using logs, bars and frame wooden structures, finishing materials and equipment for wooden houses and their integral parts - baths and saunas, and also means of protection of wooden houses.
Manufacturers and sellers of materials, equipment and technologies for landscaping, flowers and plants, garden furniture, decorative elements, as well as design studios and salons, as well as landscape companies will present their products. Competitions for florists, conferences, seminars and workshops on landscape design and floristry will be held as part of the exhibition.
Day of Stove-Maker will be held for the third time. Specialists will hold a series of events that will be interesting not only for professional stove-makers but for everyone who plans to build a stove in a private house. Belarusian and Russian stove-makers will tell the visitors about the modern approaches in stove building.
The exposition area will also host the Belkommuntekh. Modern City 2021 exhibition. It will feature engineering systems, utility equipment, landscaping of settlements.
The exhibition will be running through 9 April at the Football Arena in Minsk.