Sydney Build Expo 2024 | A Must-attend Event for Architects and Designers

As the largest construction and design show in Australia, Sydney Build offers unparalleled networking opportunities and entertainment, with over 300 accredited presentations, 500+ speakers, and 400+ exhibitors.



One of the highlights of the Sydney Build Expo is the dedicated Architecture & Design Stage, where architects, designers and builders can showcase their latest projects and innovations. Sydney Build Expo 2024 is set to be bigger and better than ever before, with a diverse range of topics covering the latest trends and developments in the architecture industry. The Architecture & Design Stage covers a wide range of topics, including urban landscape developments, green designs and planning. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest sustainable design practices and how to implement them in their projects.

Sydney Build offers a variety of conference stages, including the Future of Construction Main Stage, Digital Construction Stage, Sustainability Stage, Construction Skills & Wellbeing Stage, Diversity, Inclusion & Reconciliation Stage, and the newest stage – HVAC – Heat, Energy, Air & Water. This new stage offers insights into the latest technologies and practices in HVAC design and management, keeping the exhibition fresh with new content every year.

Due to the high demand for architecture-focused content, the upcoming Sydney Build event also includes a new workshop series focused on Architecture & Design, Digital Construction, and HVAC areas. Attendees can gain hands-on experience and practical skills in addition to learning from industry experts.

Sydney Build provide a lively networking environment with a range of entertainment options. The events ultimate platform aims to help professionals make long-lasting business connections, with an agenda that caters to everyone’s busy schedules. To facilitate networking opportunities, the event hosts numerous networking hub events, including:

  • Architect’s Hub
  • Women in Construction Networking Party
  • Diversity in Construction Networking Party
  • Meet the Construction Idols

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with industry leaders, expand your professional network and learn about the latest trends and developments. Register for free tickets and join us at the Sydney Build Expo in 2024.

Sydney Build will take place at ICC Sydney, Australia, from May 1-2, 2024.

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