From 4 – 8 November 2019, Le Mondial du Bâtiment returns to Paris-Nord Villepinte, with INTERCLIMA, IDÉOBAIN and BATIMAT coming together for the leading international event for the architecture, building and construction industries.
It is a one stop shop for all industry players to get a 360º view on the newest products in the sector and help them rise up to the challenges of today and tomorrow.
With less than 4 months before the start of Le Mondial du Bâtiment, preparations are well underway with a strong representation from the industry led by many market leaders who confirmed their presence for each of the three shows.
Once again this year, the show will present the world’s largest range of solutions and innovations for building and renovating projects. It is a one-stop shop to discover what the industry has to offer.
With this in mind, Le Mondial du Bâtiment will build upon what made the 2017 edition such a success: optimising the synergies between the 6 interconnected business areas represented at the show and adding two new sectors: Construction Tech® and Offsite.
Hall 5B will be home to Tools, Site Equipment and – for the first time – commercial vehicles, including outdoor areas for demonstrations.
Set up right between Halls 5A and 6, the new Construction Tech® sector will present digital solutions for buildings and will host the largest gathering of sector-specific start-ups.
Finally, in Hall 6 visitors will find the “Building Structure and Envelope solutions” area together with all the sector’s main trade organisations. For the first time in France, BATIMAT has given the popular Offsite area its own dedicated sector.
Thanks to the considerable support from trade federations and organisations, Le Mondial du Bâtiment 2019 will be a unique source of information to help decode the new challenges faced by the industry.
The show will have the largest programme of trade events and highlights ever seen in Europe. Featuring alongside the exhibitors’ presentations and the show regulars, there will be a number of unmissable features at all three shows:
Finally, Le Mondial du Bâtiment has designed new tools to ease visitors’ life at the event, and help them make the most of the show:
Guillaume Loizeaud, Director of Le Mondial du Bâtiment, commented: “The 2019 edition of Le Mondial du Bâtiment 2019, to be held in November, is the culmination of a challenge we set ourselves two years ago: to support industry players on a daily basis with new dedicated tools such as Batiradio, the online radio station for the construction industry; the Regard sur l’Architecture concept; joint organisation with over 20 trade organisations, the Construction Tech® sector to help professionals decode the construction industry and cities of tomorrow and get to grips with Offsite, AI and Carbon which are set to revolutionise the industry.
“The 2019 edition marks an unprecedented joint effort by the sector to organise multiple show highlights to provide visitors at all three trade shows with an even better experience tailored to their needs.”
International Press Communications Manager
Reed Expositions France
Carine Bogusz / [email protected]
UK Press Office for Batimat
Elise Eeckeman / [email protected]
Tel 0208 216 3109
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