The 39th edition of Cevisama is to feature a stand dedicated to sustainable solutions for construction and renovation, with specialist companies exhibiting. The stand will also include a space where presentations will be given on subjects such as bioconstruction, sustainable economy, architecture and design and efficient materials, amongst others.
The leading fair for the ceramic tile, bathroom and natural stone sector takes place at Feria Valencia from 27th February to 3rd March.
Valencia, 10th February 2023.- Cevisama, the leading fair for the ceramic tile, bathroom and natural stone sector, is taking a further step towards sustainability by introducing a new section, Cevisama Build. The fair’s most eco-centred space will occupy an entire hall, located on level 3 (N.3 P.1). Close on 10,000 m2 dedicated to sustainable solutions, efficient materials and information about more environmentally friendly options.
The move comes in response to the high level of demand Cevisama has detected in relation to this type of construction, which also affects renovations and the Contract sector. Cevisama Build is set to be a green-centred space aiming to create awareness of the latest advances developed by the industry’s leading players in this area.
From 27th February to 3rd March, operators in the sustainable construction sector, including Danosa, Fila-Surface, Chova, GECOL, Smartenergy, Sto and Guru will be taking part in Cevisama Build, as will distributors of tools and materials such as Bellota Herramientas, Arttros, Schulüter-Systemns, Tomecanic, Rubi Tools, Peygran and Litokol Spa. A commercial showcase that will complement the exhibition part of the fair and attract a fresh profile of visitor such as developers and construction companies
Presentations on eco-sustainability and new lines of business
For three days, from 28th February to 3rd March, the most environmentally focused section of Cevisama 2023 will be the stage for a broad programme of presentations by experts and top level companies. The topics to be covered include hot issues such as sustainability, energy efficiency and environmentally friendly materials.
On Tuesday 28th February the presentations will centre on ceramic and sustainability in construction, and speakers will also talk about the present and future of AI and the sustainable connection that exists between the city, architecture and engineering. True life case studies will also be referenced such as ceramic in the Passivhaus and the GECOL TERM SATE system.
On Wednesday 1st March the main theme of every discussion session will be BIM, Sustainability and the Circular Economy. Over the course of the day, attendees will hear from industry professionals and companies about the possibilities that BIM offers in relation to the circular economy, its benefits in the design phase and the cost of taking up and using this methodology.
The Cevisama Build programme concludes on Thursday 2nd March with six presentations that will highlight the importance of sustainable materials. The new techniques for reducing costs, how ceramic materials can help, control and management tools and wood as a sustainable material for bathrooms are just some of the other subjects to be addressed on this last day.
Two further sustainability-linked initiatives are being housed in this hall: an exhibit consisting of 17 cubes featuring each of the Sustainable Development Goals, and water fountains set up by Tuawa that have been designed to reduce waste during the fair.
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