11th annual Construct Exhibition from 19 – 21 August

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Sri Lanka’s largest and most renowned exhibition catering to the construction industry is set to be held for the 11th consecutive year from 19 - 21 August 2011 at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Centre. Since the event’s inception it has grown by leaps and bounds showcasing the most innovative technology and services around the world under a common platform.

Lanka Exhibitions and Conference Services (LECS) an award winning service provider who have joined hands in organising this event are considered as a front runner in the Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition (MICE) Industry. The industry which has in itself a niche in providing the most professional and competent services to Local and International participants has played a pivotal role in promoting the essence of Trade Exhibitions and Conferences within the country and the region. The competence and sustenance of LECS was underpinned when they were adjudged winner in the Professional Exhibition Organising category for three consecutive years at the Presidential Award in 2008, 2009 & Travel and Tourism Awards 2010. They were also inducted to the hall of fame as a result of their continuous dominance in the industry.

LECS has cut a distinct and unique brand image around the exhibition and conference industry by organising and owning many trade fairs that are most sought after by the general public. They have been instrumental in showcasing and providing a common platform for the first time in the North and East of the country which was ravaged by the civil war. Their branches set in Maldives and India are considered an opening to local traders, participants and the general public to key markets around the region. LECS comprises a team of professionals who have hands on experience in the organising and handling of events and are renowned for their professionalism dedication in providing nothing but the best.

LECS Director Imran Hasssan reiterated their commitment to excellence “our aim is to provide the best possible platform to share ideas, technologies and new developments under one roof. At “Construct” our main aim is to give all stakeholders the best possible mileage, visitors will see a plethora of innovations, they will also have the opportunity to witness all aspects of the construction industry and the best brand names in the region under one roof”.

Construct 2011 will attract many key players in the construction industry who include but are not limited to architects, designers, manufacturers of equipment, providers of raw material, engineers, construction equipment manufacturers and service providers, property managers, planners, and quantity surveyors etc. The event is seen as the cornerstone for all local and international players in the industry to exhibit their capabilities and showcase modern trends and technologies and sharing of information. As in the case of all trade fairs it will provide a platform to create sales leads, building of brand awareness, creating of a network within players of the industry, and give a full understanding of the target market that the participants wish to educate and serve.

With the emphasis laid upon construction both by the government and private sector and the redevelopment that is been carried out around the country via mega development projects, Construct 2011 will attract the best in the country and the region and will provide all participants with a clear, cohesive and concise understanding of the happenings of the industry. If it’s the dream house you want to build or the Major highway that you want to know how its built, Construct 2011 is the place for you to be.

The event organised in partnership by the NCASL and LECS the Islands leading Professional Exhibition and Conference organizer with a global presence, will attract leading construction companies in the Island. The event within the span of 11 years has evolved into being one of the most sought after fairs in its niche in the South Asian region.