‘Early bird’ offer for ICEF delegates

By Chris Sleight22 May 2013

Bookings are now being accepted for November’s International Construction Economic Forum (ICEF) conference. Delegates that book now will receive a free digital copy of this year’s World Construction special report (worth € 120) as part of a special ‘early bird’ package.

ICEF will run form 20 – 22 November at the Hotel Okura in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The conference, networking event and awards dinner will focus on core themes of trends and forecasts in the global construction industry, project finance, successful project management and delivery, equipment technology and asset management.

The programme is designed to appeal to a broad range of executives and senior managers throughout the construction industry from disciplines such as contracting, equipment manufacture, materials production, equipment rental, finance, project management and consultancy.

The evening of 21 November will also see a gala dinner and the award of prizes in nine categories for outstanding performance in the construction industry. The most sought-after is expected to be the International Construction Project of the Year award, which will recognise a scheme worth US$ 100 million or more, of international significance.

Click here to book a ticket for ICEF and take advantage of the early bird offer.

Click here for more information about the ICWEF awards, including the downloadable entry form.

More details on the event can be found at www.khl.com/icef

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