4th-8th NOVEMBER: FIANDRE IN BOTH PARIS AND RIYADH

21/10/2013
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BATIMAT is the place for solutions to sustainable renovation and construction: with 400,000 visitors and over 2000 exhibitors the 2013 event will focus on large scale awareness of all the principles and methods of obtaining highly energy efficient buildings, following new regulations that will come into force in a couple of years. It is an appointment not to be missed for Fiandre, which is present in the best possible way with a prestigious stand in Hall 5B, Aisle T70 that includes not only the most important new features, but also fine materials that Fiandre uses as its visiting card for a prestigious public.
The exhibition space focuses on current technological innovation: at 4.5 m2 per tile, Maximum Fiandre Extralite is still a unique material, a perfect synthesis of technological innovation, high aesthetic performance and an equally high environmentally friendly profile.

Now on its 23rd edition, Saudi Build is a very well-known event in the Middle East: with 26,000 visitors from 34 countries at the last edition, Saudi Build is an unmissable event that unites the world of design with that of planning and construction across the Arab peninsula.
It is therefore an essential event for Fiandre, which focuses on the debut of Maximum on a construction market that is known for its vitality.
Architects, engineers, contractors and developers are looking for unique solutions that include technological innovation, research and typical Italian aesthetics and Fiandre has not only welcomed these needs but also satisfied them to the full.

BATIMAT
Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre
4th-8th November
9 am – 6 pm
Hall 5B, Aisle T 70

SAUDI BUILD 2013
Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre RICEC
4th-7th November
4 pm – 10 pm
Hall 3 Stand 427 - 3

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