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Alumex signs on as strategic partner to Architect 2019 for 10th consecutive year


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Alumex Managing Director Pramuk Dediwela receiving the MOU from SLIA President D.H. Wijewardane

Helping to build a stable future fuelled by creativity and innovation, Sri Lanka’s foremost aluminium extrusion manufacturer, Alumex PLC, announced its continuing role as Strategic Partner to the country’s largest construction and architecture exhibition, Architect 2019 for the 10th consecutive year. 

Organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects, the exhibition is considered to be the largest and most influential events in the field of construction, architecture and design, drawing widespread participation from over 280 leading firms in the field and attendance in excess of 65,000 visitors. 

“All of us at Alumex are very pleased to continue building on the long-standing relationship which we enjoy as Strategic Partner to A19. This year marks a full decade of support for this event which serves as an invaluable platform for showcasing the latest industry advancements as well as emerging trends and opportunities in the fields of construction, architecture and design.  “Over the past decade, we have remained deeply committed to supporting A19 in order build awareness on best practices while providing a space for insights into local responses to new designs, products and services,” Alumex Managing Director Pramuk Dediwela stated.

Taking place from 21-24 February at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall in Colombo, the work and trade exhibition be hosted following a grand inauguration event taking place on 20 February and a National Conference of architects on 21 February. 

A subsidiary of iconic diversified conglomerate, Hayleys PLC, Alumex is a fully integrated manufacturer of aluminium profiles in Sri Lanka since 1986. The company develops and manufactures Aluminium extrusions for an extensive range of applications for fabrication of doors, windows, shop fronts, curtain walls and other specialised commercial aluminium systems.


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