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Materials and technology trends in construction works

09:06 | 29/09/2022

(Construction) - On September 28, in Hanoi, with the consent of the leaders of the Ministry of Construction, the Construction Newspaper cooperated with the Department of Building Materials to organize a seminar on "Materials and technology trends in construction works”.

Materials and technology trends in construction works
Overview of the workshop.

The seminar was attended by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Minh Ha - Director of the State Department of Construction Quality Assessment; Mr. Pham Van Bac - Director of the Department of Building Materials; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Ngoc Anh - Director of Department of Science, Technology and Environment; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Trung Thanh - Director of Institute of Building Materials; Mrs. Do Nguyet Anh - Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department together with representatives of Departments and Institutes under the Ministry of Construction; representatives of Associations related to construction and architecture, Vietnam Real Estate Association with construction material experts, architects; representatives of enterprises producing building materials, design and construction companies and so on.

Materials and technology trends in construction works
Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung, Editor-in-Chief of Construction Newspaper delivered the opening speech.

With the theme "Materials and technology trends in construction works”, the seminar focused on analyzing the current situation of the building materials market and introducing the materials and technology trends applied in architecture and construction. This was also an opportunity for managers to get opinions from manufacturers and construction material businesses around the story of production and business, including inadequacies and obstacles in production and consumption of building materials in the current context.

Speaking at the seminar, Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung - Editor-in-Chief of Construction Newspaper said: Production and use of building materials played an important role, contributing to the overall development of the construction industry, creating a driving force for socio-economic development. In recent years, the construction material industry has developed strongly in quantity, quality and type, meeting the increasing demand for infrastructure construction, urban development and housing. The value of construction materials usually accounted for 60% - 70% of the construction cost structure, so the quality and cost of building materials greatly determined the quality and cost of construction.

The seminar was an opportunity for participants to analyze the current situation of the building materials market, analyze the comprehensive picture and introduce new material technology trends, applications in architecture and construction. At the same time, the managers also get opinions from manufacturers and businesses in building materials as well as the inadequacies and obstacles in the production and consumption of building materials in the current context. The challenges and opportunities can be identified to promptly issue policies and encourage the development for the building materials industry, contribute to creating value and revenue for the country.

The seminar was a premise for businesses, experts, and state management agencies in building materials to discuss and introduce new technologies and products of construction materials, creating attraction for the market. There were many presentations among the participants. The atmosphere of the seminar was very active with many hot issues and topics discussed.

At the end of the workshop, on behalf of the Organizing Committee, Director of the Department of Building Materials Pham Van Bac expressed his thanks to the delegates and experts who participated in the workshop and contributed to its success. The workshop will continue to be conveyed by the Construction Newspaper in publications in the coming time.

By Khanh Phuong

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