MWCC participates in Rebuild 2024


MWCC participates in Rebuild 2024

imagen MWCC participates in Rebuild 2024

Once again, MWCC has participated in Rebuild 2024. In this edition, MWCC has collaborated in the development of the round table entitled “Advanced Urbanism. Building a resilient city”. A debate forum moderated by Esther Soriano Hoyuelos, General Manager of Saint-Gobain, where the present and future of sustainable, social, economic and environmental urban planning was debated.

Since its first edition, REBUILD has served to publicise and expand a new model in our country: industrialised construction, an innovative offsite system that is already gaining ground in the most advanced countries, in which most of the elements necessary for building are created in a factory and then transported for assembly.

This year’s theme Accelerating Building Revolution. REBUILD 2024 will position Madrid as the epicentre of industrialisation and will turn the city into the new hub of the sector, which will be the backdrop for the new economic engine that is emerging around industrialised construction in Spain. The work of the industries involved in this activity and the promoters of industrialised projects will play a fundamental role in this, in response to the public plans that are already committed to these models, as is the case of the Plan Vive, in the capital.

More than 24,000 professionals with different profiles (architects, technical architects, engineers, installers, developers, quantity surveyors, interior designers and also investors) will meet in IFEMA’s two pavilions to discover the latest innovations from 587 exhibitor firms (80% of them dedicated to industrialisation), in lighting, interiors, kitchens, bathrooms, enclosures, floors and surfaces, façades, energy efficiency, air conditioning, home automation, digital or BIM solutions, and industrialised systems in 2D or 3D.

Within the framework of REBUILD, the National Congress on Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0 is being organised, the largest forum for knowledge and trends in the sector with a unique programme of conferences by 628 international experts in eight parallel auditoriums. Industrialisation, sustainability and digitalisation will be the three main themes of the event.