The annual platform for the future of Building

The building industry is on the verge of a new era. The different partners in the construction chain are seeking ways to share knowledge, develop concepts and work together. All the links in the chain will come together during Building Holland 2014, which will run from 6 to 8 May in Amsterdam RAI. Are you ready for the future of Building?

The new look of Building Holland is a co-production of the Dutch knowledge platform on sustainable construction (kennisplatform Duurzaam Gebouwd) and Amsterdam RAI. This leading event focuses on knowledge and network sharing, allowing those who commission work from the construction industry to familiarise themselves with the latest innovations.

This new annual platform for decision makers in the construction and real estate sectors is characterised by a unique co-making concept. In addition to actively thinking together about current topics and fielding top keynote speakers, exhibitors are jointly responsible for the event’s success via a unique invitation formula.

Building Holland gives clients of the construction industry the chance to fully acquaint themselves with the future of Building.

Building new opportunities together
A platform for decision-makers in the construction industry:
  • Construction design: architects, engineers, constructors, consultants, etc.
  • Contract construction: construction companies, contractors, etc.
  • End users/clients: corporations, project developers, building owners, administrators, etc.

 

Building Holland is a co-creation from and for:

  • Construction design: architects, engineers, constructors, consultants, etc.
  • Contract construction: construction companies, contractors, supply industry, etc.
  • End users/clients: corporations, project developers, building owners, administrators, etc.
  • Other stakeholders: energy companies, ESCOs, financial institutions, governments, etc.

 

Facts & Figures

  • 6 to 8 May 2014 at Amsterdam RAI
  • 100 to 120 partners
  • 5000 visitors
  • One main stage with keynote speakers from the Netherlands and abroad
  • Two knowledge theatres in cooperation with partners and research institutions
  • Access by invitation
  • Entrance costs without invitation: € 95 (including catering and use of a railway return ticket for €9,00)