CONSTRUMA exhibition is holding on its leading position: it is the largest trade exhibition of the construction industry in Hungary and one of the leading exhibitions in the Central and Eastern European region.
The earlier structure of the exhibition has has been changed on demand of the market: a combined construction, building, engineering, municipal development exhibition was staged for exhibitors from all segments of the construction industry, with CONSTRUMA as the ‘flagship’ of the event.
CONSTRUMA exhibition group will follow the new concept in 2015 as well, and it will contains the following exhibitions, sub-exhibitions, product-groups:
· building industry, building materials
· doors, windows, gate technology, screening technology, glass industry (FRONTAL)
· roofing, tinning (DACH-TECH)
· walls and supporting systems, insulating systems (water, heat, sound) (INTER-ISOLA)
· building electricity, lighting technology (ELECTROLIGHT)
· garden planning, garden building (CONSTRUMA GARDEN)
- heating engineering,
- cooling engineering,
- air-handling, ventilation, air-conditioning engineering
- sanitary engineering
- pumps and water treatment equipment
- drainings ans sewage treatment
Further information: www.hungarotherm.hu
· renewable energies
· building automatization, intelligent building
· settlement energetics, building energetics
· municipal development, municipality operation
Further information: www.reneo.hu
· national and international trends in design
· interior design: furnitures, bathroom and wellness, kitchen technology
· lighting technology
· consumer electronics
· large household appliances
Further information: www.otthon-design.hu
Along with the themes forming a stable base for CONSTRUMA 2015 (FRONTAL, DACH-TECH, INTER-ISOLA), lighting and building electricity will again receive greater emphasis through the ELECTROLIGHT sub-exhibition. Along with the exhibition, we are also planning a large-scale professional programme uniting related professional organisations, which will make the visit even more attractive to professionals working in these industry sectors.
This year, in collaboration with the Association of Hungarian Building Insulators, Roofers and Tinsmith, we launched the Build in your loft! interactive presentation, which will continue to develop next year according to experience gained.
Developments of CONSTRUMA GARDEN, sub-exhibition that was launched three years ago, are in progress too. Our goal is that with larger demonstrations, richer programmes and wider communication than previously, we can make this topic even more popular.
HUNGAROTHERM building engineering trade show will join again the group of events in 2015, completing an introduction of the entire construction industry both for professional visitors and the construction-minded general public. A higher number of visitors than this year, around 50,000 persons, are expected to attend the exhibition events.
The combination of exhibitions has built upon synergetic effects between the different elements of the event: the presentation of home making and community development together can bring in visitors (including local governments, those engaged in the real estate business, experts of interior design and their customers) who are also part of the target group of the CONSTRUMA exhibition.
HUNGAROTHERM - Trade exhibition for building engineering
This biannual exhibition cober the whole branch of building engineering. The most important hungarian trade exhibition for building engineering, wheredeterminant comapnies of this industry present their novelties, developments.
The exhibition is accompanied by wide range of trade programme organised by the trade partners. Conferences bring the most actual topics to the exhibition.
RENEO - Trade exhibition for renewable energy sources
This international trade exhibition comprises a wide range of fields including renewable energy sources, energy generation, supply and storage, power plants, the background industry of the energy sector, building electricity, environmental protection, R&D, services and energy-efficient construction.
CONSTRUMA GARDEN - garden planning and garden construction
The exhibition is accompanied by a professional conference, focusing on renewable energy sources. As part of the exhibition a two-day conference on building engineering, comprised of several sections, will also take place again, as a settlement energetics conference too.
RENEO has been highly popular among profession also, from its first edition.
Garden culture is an important part of home design and home making, therefore this segment has also been added to the CONSTRUMA combination as a separate sub-exhibition. MAKEOSZ Garden Construction Contest and Show will take place along with the appearance of enterprises manufacturing and distributing products required for garden design and construction. This exhibition will also be accompanied by a special professional programme making the event particularly attractive to representatives of the profession and - during the weekend - for the general public.
FACTS AND FIGURES 2014 (AUDITED)
The group of exhibitions in 2014 was accompanied by more than 40 conferences, trade programmes, practical shows, and altogether 513 exhibitors from 14 countries presented their products and services on net 17.776 net sqm. The exhibitions was hosted 44.124 visitors, 70% of them was trade visitors.
OUR VISITORS (SURVEY)
- Target-oriented visitors: 13-15% of visitors (Public – trade)- made the decision to purchase on site, 44-46% planning shopping in the near future, based on what they have seen here.
- 50% of the visitors considers purchasing or renovating an apartment in the near future.
- 53% live in family house, 19% in owner-occupied blocks, 17% in block of flats, 11% in residential parks.
- 60% of visitors arrive from countyside.
- 56% of all visitors were males, 44% female.
- 43% of all visitors manage their own business, and 52% are in decision making positions in their companies.
- 95% plans to visit CONSTRUMA group in 2015 as well.
- 2% of the registered visitors arrived from abroad (most of them from: Slovakia, Rumania, Serbia, Montenegro, Austria, Italy and Germany)