KONSTRUKSI INDONESIA AND THE BIG 5 CONSTRUCT INDONESIA
8 – 10 November 2017, Jakarta Convention Center
Indonesia Infrastructure Week, incorporating Konstruksi Indonesia and The Big 5 Construct Indonesia, brings together the country’s leading infrastructure/construction/building exhibitions, conferences, CPD-certified educational workshops and seminars under one roof, with the aim of supporting sustainable development across all facets of Indonesia’s national infrastructure development agenda.
Hosting over 12,000 industry – government buyers and decision makers, the event is the largest building and construction event in Indonesia and delivers an unparalleled opportunity for buyers and service-providers to meet and drive new business, as well as cultivating new partnerships between the public and private sector between Indonesian project-holders and the huge visitor numbers attending from around Asia and round the world.
This exhibition will showcase the latest equipment and technology for the construction industry at an important time in Indonesia’s development. The US$398 billion mega projects allocated for the country’s infrastructure development up to 2019 are expected to produce immediate benefits for South-east Asia’s largest economy. The Konstruksi Indonesia show is co-located with The Big 5 Construct Indonesia, which features international and local exhibitors from a wide range of building and construction sectors. The combined exhibition events take place in association with Indonesia Infrastructure Week.
ORGANIZERS OF INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK
DMG EVENTS MIDDLE EAST, ASIA & AFRICA
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JAKARTA CONVENTION CENTER
Established in 1992 (25 August 1992), we have more than twenty two years’ experience of hosting events for some of the world’s biggest movers and shakers. Our premises were originally designed to accommodate 62 heads of state and their delegations for the 10th Non-Aligned Movement Summit in 1992.
Since then, we have kept abreast of events and communications technology developments, delivering seamless start-to-finish service.
The Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center spans around 120,000 m2. During the last 20 years, we have held more than 8,000 events.
Located beside one of Jakarta’s central thoroughfares, the Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center has easy access to the Soekarno Hatta international airport, the Jakarta central business district, the
Presidential palace and central and municipal administrative buildings.
Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center, Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto, Jakarta 10270, P.O. Box 4916, Jakarta 10049, Indonesia, Website: www.jcc.co.id .
EXHIBITING AT INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK
Konstruksi Indonesia and The Big 5 Construct Indonesia join forces once again to create the perfect platform for companies to access the local market and connect with serious buyers in a professional B2B environment. With $395 Billion in 2017 investment for the construction and infrastructure sector, opportunities in Indonesia continue to grow. Benefit from Konstruksi Indonesia and The Big 5
Construct Indonesia platform by exhibiting to gain local access and meet new buyers from across the region. Indonesia’s government has extensive plans for infrastructure and construction with state budgets expenditure exceeding 164 billion.
The exhibitors’ main countries of origin are: Belgium, Canada, China, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA.
The participation at Konstruksi Indonesia and The Big 5 Construct Indonesia 2017 is the main tool for entering the Indonesia and the South East Asian markets.
Konstruksi Indonesia and The Big 5 Construct Indonesia attracts architects, engineers, consultants, contractors and more from Indonesia, the wider Asian region and internationally. The event enables construction professionals from across the industry to do business and network in a professional environment.
2016 POST SHOW REPORT
Visitors by nature of business
Main reasons for visiting
1. Marble, Stone & Ceramics
Natural and Artificial Stone, Marble and Ceramics, Granite, Ceramic Tiles and Mosaics, Architectural Exterior and Interior Surface Materials, Abrasives, Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings, Stone Processing Tools and Machinery, Quarrying Services.
2. MEP Services
Electrical systems, Elevators and Escalators, HVAC- R, Plumbing and Water Technology, Security and Fire Protection, Smart Building and Automation, Solar Energy.
3. Construction Tools & Building Materials
Aluminium, Metal and Steel, Concrete and Cement, Construction Chemicals and Admixtures, Hardware and Construction Tools, Precast and Prestressed Products.
4. Building Interiors & Finishes
Ceramic, Stone and Surfaces, Coatings, Sealants and Adhesives, Flooring, Ceiling, Walling and Other Interior Finishes, Kitchen, Bathroom and Sanitary, Lightings.
5. Construction Technology
Building Information Modeling (BIM), Software and IT Solutions, Tunelling Technology.
6. Construction Machineries, Equipment & Vehicles
Batching, Compressors –Generators, Cutting, Bending and Welding Machineries, Formwork and Scaffolding, Handling Machinery, Plant Machinery Vehicle, Road Construction, Surveying Equipment, Tunelling Equipment.
7. Building Envelope & Special Construction
Roofing, Cladding and Glazing Special Construction, Windows, Doors and Sun Protection Systems.
REASONS TO INVEST IN INDONESIA
BIM – Building Information Modeling
In the last decade, building information modelling, also referred to as ‘BIM,’ has revolutionized the approach taken to projects by architects, engineers and the wider construction industry. Probably the biggest contribution made by BIM is its ability to allow the various teams working on a project to perform collaborative activities.
THE TOP 10 CONSTRUCTION TRENDS
The government of Indonesia is advancing its construction sector with plans of spending $22 billion in 2016 alone and a total of $450 billion by 2020.
The country’s five-year plan has definitely pushed Indonesia to boost its construction sector. Spending billions in funds and investments, it has become the second most profitable construction market in Asia. Moreover, the country is also expected to meet a rising annual growth rate in the next five years, according to Timetric. Given the projects Indonesia has aimed to finish in the next few years, investors can surely expect heavy business opportunities.
Indonesia’s new airport – creating a transport hub
Indonesia has a population of more than 250 million people and is one of world’s fastest growing air travel markets. Jakarta, the country’s capital, officially opened a new airport terminal in August 2016. Domestic flights for the country’s national carrier, Garuda, began operating from the $560 million Soekarno-Hatta airport Terminal 3. The airport will then be able to handle a capacity of 62 million passengers a year once the renovated terminals are fully operational again in early 2018, compared to 54 million passengers last year, making it the 18th busiest in the world, according to the International Airports Council.
Transport Infrastructure Opportunities in the Indonesia Construction Market
In Indonesia, new airport construction is part of wider government plans to improve the transport infrastructure in the country. Roads, railways, the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and other infrastructure projects are providing huge opportunities for international construction materials suppliers, architects, engineers, designers and project managers, as well as investors.
Top Government Infrastructure Construction Projects in Indonesia
As an emerging country, Indonesia is keeping pace with the development of other economies by setting its focus on government infrastructure construction and development. With a target of GDP growth between 7-9%, the country is investing heavily in improving the quality and quantity of its infrastructure.
Indonesia’s Land, Sea and Air Construction Project Progress
The Indonesian government see improved infrastructure as the key to unlocking the country’s economic performance and potential. A solid and reliable logistics network is vital to achieve this and the priorities are land, sea and air infrastructure, as follows:
Land: Trans Sumatra Freeway
Targeted to be operational in 2019, this is a US$11.25 billion construction project for a 2,600 kilometer freeway to connect Serang in Banten to economically strategic cities in Sumatra: Banda Aceh, Medan, Pekanbaru, Jambi, Palembang, Tanjung Pinang, Lampung and Bengkulu. The process of making the land available for this project has been accelerated and construction is in progress.
Air: Kertajati Airport
Costing over US $220 million and built over 1,800 hectares of land, the construction of this international airport is targeted for completion in 2017.
Sea: Kuala Tanjung Seaport
Modeled on the port of Rotterdam, Kuala Tanjung Seaport is part of the government’s vision for a ‘sea freeway.’ Currently at over 40% of construction completion, the Kuala Tanjung Seaport will also be supported by land based infrastructure, such as access to the freeway, railroad and gas-fueled power supply.
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