Construma is the largest construction industry exhibition, not only in Hungary but also one of the leading events in the Central and eastern Europe. On April Construma will celebrates its 34th edition, and we've interviewed the organisers to know the highlights and discover why we cannot miss this international Building Trade Exhibition.
The novelties of the next edition
Highlighted themes are:
CONSTRUMA - "Build in your roof!” interactive practical demonstration
CONSTRUMA - SMART CITY conference for government decision-makers
HOMEDesign – HUNGARIAN DESIGN stand and conference about the latest furniture trends
HUNGAROTHERM – International HVAC conference with 3 sections: geothermal energy,
solar energy and use of natural gas
RENEO – "Water is life” poster exhibition coming right from ISH FRankfurt
CONSTRUMAGARDEN - International business forum for ornamental gardeners
CONSTRUMAGARDEN – Garden building competition and show (unique event in the region)
3 reasons to visit Construma
In the exhibition bunch you can find the whole manufacturers’ supply concerning homebuilding and modernization. Between 15-19 April 2015 you will find here the biggest number of building material and building engineering manufacturers who do exhibit with their latest technological and product novelties. In the narrowly defined region CONSTRUMA exhibition bunch is the leading trade show concerning the number of exhibitors, audited net exhibition area and the audited visitor number.
This year we have the biannually organised HUNGAROTHERM International Trade Exhibition for Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning Technology and Sanitation
inside CONSTRUMA bunch which was organised last time in 2013.
Foreign trade visitors – with online preliminary registration through construma.hu site – can enter the exhibition free of charge.
Facts and figures from the last edition
No. of exhibitors: 513
Net exhibition area: 17.776 sqm
No. of visitors: 44.124
Countries (14): Austria, Croatia, Czech Republik, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Lituania, the Netherlands, Poland, Rumania, Spain, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary
During the first three trade days took place more than 40 trade programmes (conferences, workshops) were held.
Trade visitors: 70%
Visitors arriving outside of Budapest: 60%
Members of Chamber of Architectures: 3.555
Members of Chamber of Engineers: 1.907
Foreign visitors: 2% (from 32 countries)
Most foreign visitors arrived from Slovakia, Rumania, Serbia, Montenegro, Austria, Italy and Germany.
(Figures are audited by CENTREX)