Sustainable Built Environment Malta B2B will be held on 17th March, 2016 and is organised within the framework of Sustainable Built Environment Malta 2016 conference, an integral part of the 2016 international Sustainable Built Environment [SBE] conference series convened in Malta, under the auspices of the four international organizations: iiSBE, CIB, UNEP-SBCI and FIDIC.

Deadline for registration is Friday, 11 March, 2016.
Why participate?
  • get to meet some of the key players involved in the construction industry
  • get to know the latest information about trends and innovations covering the full cycle from concept to design and implementation
  • promote your services or products, technologies and know-how
  • find the suitable materials, suppliers, clients, and professional service-providers to fit your specific project needs
  • discuss new project ideas with potential partners
  • establish new contacts and partnerships that will help you achieve a more integrated approach to your new-build or rehabilitation projects
  • contribute to a more sustainable built environment
Who should participate?
Anyone involved in the construction industry, including:
  • contractors
  • architects
  • town planners
  • building services engineers
  • civil engineers
  • software developers of building assessment and monitoring tools
  • virtual modelling experts
  • manufacturers and suppliers of construction materials, building services, or finishes;
  • building or site owners seeking to refurbish, retrofit, or build from scratch;
  • organisations/ authorities involved in the design, monitoring or implementation of green building initiatives, or with a responsibility to safeguard the built environment in favour of a good quality of life

Registration for the B2B event is free of charge. Participants for the B2B that wish to participate at the SBE16 Conference need to register separately (fees apply):


The SBE16 conference will span over three full days starting on Wednesday 16th March and ending on Friday 18th March. The conference shall include three parallel sessions and poster sessions. The conference shall start at 9:00 of the 16th March and the closing session is expected to end at 17:00 of the 18th March.A Construction Industry and Green Building products exhibition will be organized along with the Conference. The aim of the exhibition is to demonstrate new materials and products, technologies and services. The exhibition shall include the main companies, representatives and distributors active in sustainable building. The exhibition will be located in the main atrium, close to the conference halls.
All entities, organisations and individuals interested in participating in the Sustainable Built Environment Malta 2016 exhibition and introducing themselves to the experts and business partners are invited to contact the Conference secretariat.
The UNESCO World Heritage Baroque city of Valletta, the Capital city of Malta shall host this event providing the perfect setting to meet and discuss trends, challenges and opportunities for a sustainable built environment.

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