CONECO and RACIOENERGIA fairs

The largest construction fair in Slovakia, CONECO, will be held at Bratislava's Incheba exhibition centre between March 23 and 27. The 31st such fair, it will provide a comprehensive offering of

The largest construction fair in Slovakia, CONECO, will be held at Bratislava's Incheba exhibition centre between March 23 and 27. The 31st such fair, it will provide a comprehensive offering of

innovative construction solutions, company product and service offers and the know-how of suppliers, investors, designers and architects – bringing together the strongest market representatives to look for ways out of the current recession in both the construction and the real-estate markets. The fair reflects the growing interest in the latest trends and innovations in construction, real estate, air conditioning and ventilation, as well as the increasingly topical issue of energy conservation in housing. This will also be the core topic of the 20th RACIOENERGIA fair held during the same period.



On March 23, ZSPS is organising a partner day for the CONECO fair during which members of the Slovak Cabinet, representatives of the Slovak and Czech associations of building entrepreneurs as well as the European Construction Industry Federation, and the National Union of Employers will jointly iscuss their view on construction in Slovakia in 2010.

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