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About the Exhibition:

CONSTRUCTION EXPO 2019 will be the hub for all major players locally and internationally. It will provide a common platform for all industries that link with construction and will give the participants a chance to show case their products & services which cover all spheres related to the industry. It will be the meeting point for the Domestic and International products & technology suppliers to explore the potential in the Construction Industry in the South Asia Region.

Recent developments in the construction sector in the Asian region demonstrate trends such as larger private sector participation in large scale infrastructure projects and increased foreign participation in monetary, technology and manpower in domestic construction projects. The construction industry becomes powerful in an environment that has become much more global, more liberalized, more open and more competitive in any country.

The trends have helped the financial and technical superiority of the developed countries towards the advancement of the developing countries. In today’s construction industry in Sri Lanka, with the global support from developed countries experiencing this globalization and deregulation of markets required by economic, technological and managerial development.

As a support to the development of the Sri Lankan construction industry, CIOB together with LECS organize “Construction Expo” for the 8th consecutive year at BMICH. Many major Sri Lankan construction industry suppliers will showcase their green accredited products at the exhibition joining CIOB’s motto towards a “Greener Built Sri Lanka”.

Economy of Sri Lanka

Changing face of the economy: With an average real GDP growth of around 4.5 percent for the last three years, Sri Lanka is now very much on the track to achieve sustainable growth of around 8% and maintain macroeconomic stability under its IMF programme launched in 2016.

'Vision 2025' - Roadmap to Prosperity: An endeavour of the incumbent government to make Sri Lanka a rich economy by 2025. For the first time in Sri Lanka, need for a well-thought-out economic reform agenda with a mid-to-long term view is recognized rather than short term measures to support growth. The incumbent government is committed to implement the deep structural reforms needed to transform the economy into a highly competitive knowledge-based economic hub. A clear roadmap accompanied by strong intention of the government is expected to make the much-needed changes in Sri Lankan economic structure.

Construction sector in Sri Lanka has been on the growth path: Construction sector is usually seen as one of the biggest beneficiaries in the process of economic development in any nation and Sri Lanka is no exception here. The contribution of the sector to GDP has increased from 6.6 percent in 2011 to 9.6 percent in 2014. After a moderate slowdown in 2015, the sector was back on the growth path with 9.3 percent growth during the second quarter of 2017. Construction sector is all set to see a growth run that may continue for the next 15 to 20 years as per the industry leaders. Needless to say, demand for equipments and machineries used extensively in construction will increase substantially along with the boost in construction.

On Going Projects in Sri Lanka:

There are several massive projects which can generate a huge number of opportunities for the suppliers & exporters related to construction industry.

  • Science & Technology City
  • Horana Industrial Township
  • Mirigama Industrial Township
  • Logistic Corridor
  • Aero City Project
  • Avissawella Plantation City
  • Forest City Baduraliya
  • Tourism Corridor
  • 09 Projects by UDA
  • Water Supply Projects
  • Waste Water/ Sewage Treatment Plant Projects
  • Energy Sector Projects

31 January – 02 February 2019

International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB), Dhaka

Contact details of the EEPC INDIA Offices

CIN : U51900WB1955NPL022644

  • Mr. Suranjan Gupta

    Executive Director

    EEPC India, H.O. (Cell):
    ‘Vandhna’, 4th Floor, 11, Tolstoy Marg,
    New Delhi 110001

  • Mr. Adhip Mitra

    Addl. Executive Director & Secretary

    EEPC India, Head Office:
    ‘Vanijya Bhawan’, 1st Floor
    International Trade Facilitation Centre, 1/1, Wood Street,
    Kolkata 700016

  • Ms. Anima Pandey

    Regional Director (ER) & Director (Membership)

    Vanijya Bhawan (2nd Floor), International Trade Facilitation Centre 1/1, Wood Street,
    Kolkata – 700 016

  • Mr. Rakesh Suraj

    Regional Director (NR)

    Flat No.10, P, Q, N, 10th Floor,
    DCM Building, 16 Barakhamba Road
    New Delhi - 110 001

  • Mr. C. H. Nadiger

    Regional Director (SR)

    Greams Dugar (3rd Floor), 149, Greams Road,
    Chennai – 600 006

  • Dr. Rajat Srivastava

    Regional Director (WR) & Director (Marketing & Sales)

    B-202 & 220, Aurus Chambers, Annex "B" (2nd Floor), Behind Mahindra Tower S.S. Amrutwar Marg, Worli
    Mumbai – 400 013

  • Mr. J. V. Raja Gopal Rao

    Sr. Deputy Director

    Embassy Square, 103, First Floor, No.148, Infantry Road,
    Bengaluru – 560 001

  • Mr. V. C. Ravish

    Sr. Executive Officer

    Soham Mansion (1st Floor), No. 5-4-187/3 & 4/4, M. G. Road,
    Secunderabad – 500 003

  • Mr. Opinder Singh

    Deputy Director

    Plot Comm. 1, Focal Point
    Jalandhar – 144 012

  • Mr. Sudhakaran C.K. Nair

    Deputy Director

    TF- 313/A (3rd Floor), ATMA House Ashram Road,
    Ahmedabad – 380 009