BuildTech Asia 2017: Reinventing Smart Building & Construction through Technology
Sep 07, 2017

Hosted by Building Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA), and held during the Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW), BuildTech Asia 2017 is now into its 7th edition and focuses on technologies that address the challenges of building and construction across different vertical industries. BuildTech Asia 2017 is 3-day trade event dedicated to make a difference to the future of the industry.

In the last staging, over 100 exhibiting brands showcased the latest productive and cutting edge technologies from construction machinery to quality finishes, building and architectural solutions. Robotics and Internet of Things (IoT) technology were also on display alongside 3D concrete printers, immersive Big Data and Virtual Reality applications. Some 7000 visitors from 32 countries had the opportunity to learn about the future of construction with the use of applied technology and building materials.

BuildTech Asia 2017 aims to help companies in their development and growth process as they cope with the demands of an evolving industry facing a tightening of foreign workers supply and a constant elevation of acceptable standards.

BuildTech Asia 2017 will be held at the Singapore EXPO. With its modern amenities, convenient access to public transportation and 2,500 parking spaces, the Singapore EXPO is the premier convention and exhibition centre in Asia. All the halls are interconnected, giving visitors convenient access to the different exhibition areas occupied by the events held concurrently with SCPW.

Date: 24 - 26 October 2017
Venue: Singapore EXPO Hall 3 & MAX Atria
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (24 - 25 October) | 10am - 5pm (26 October)

Admission is open to trade professionals only and there is no charge to visit the exhibition.

To visit the exhibition, pre-register online here. Pre-registration closes on 10th of October 2017. You may register at Singapore EXPO on show days (24 - 26 October 2017) with your business card.

Visitor badges are non-transferable due to security reasons. You may be asked by security personnel to present proof of identification before entry into the exhibition. Minors aged 16 years and below will not be allowed entry into exhibition halls.


All visitors must be in proper attire. Those in shorts, flip-flops / slippers will not be allowed entry into the exhibition and conference. The Organizer reserves the right to refuse admission to visitors who are not appropriately dressed or do not fulfill admission requirements.

For more information, please visit or contact:

Rabita Jamal (Ms)
Senior Manager, Trade Marketing
Trade Marketing
Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd
Singapore Press Holdings Limited
DID: 6319 1675

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