GREEN INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONFERENCE
The trend towards green buildings is growing in Vietnam, especially in the construction of industrial buildings. Recognizing the advantages of building green factories, many investors want to apply the green ideas in their factory investment plan. However, do Vietnamese construction companies (including design consultants, contractors, and material suppliers) meet the investors’ requirements for green building? What are the difficulties when approaching and implementing projects that address green standards? The Green Industrial Buildings Conference will help businesses better understand the issues involved in capturing trends and leading the market of green constructions.
In order to raise the awareness and to share experiences on green building design and construction to Vietnamese construction companies, “Conference on Green Industrial Buildings – Practical experiences, Difficulties and Opportunities” by HOUSELINK Joint Stock Company and the Vietnam Green Building Council will be held on 08/12/2017 at Novotel Hotel, Hanoi, with the presence of experienced speakers in Green Industrial Buildings:
- MArch. Vũ Hồng Phong – Vietnam Green Building Council (VGBC)
- MArch. Vũ Linh Quang – ARDOR Sustainable Design.
- MArch. Tim Middleton – Vilandco Green building Design and Consulting
- MA. Huỳnh Ngọc Đông – ATAD Steel Structure Corporation
Conference “Green Industrial Buildings” is a forum for green building experts and enterprises in the construction industry to share their knowledge, experiences, opportunities and challenges, and suitable solutions not only to meet the needs of the market and investors, but also to lead the market.
The Green Industrial Buildings Conference is expected to welcome more than 150 participants, including managers of the most prestigious construction companies in Vietnam, including: Designers, Contractors, Material Suppliers, related Investors and BOM from some Industrial Zones. Participants are members of HOUSELINK, partners of the Vietnam Green Building Council and other interested construction companies.