07 November 2017
07 November 2017
NetComposites is delighted to announce that Scott Bader Middle East Limited, part of the multinational chemicals company, will be the major sponsor at the forthcoming CompIC ME conference in Dubai on the 14th and 15th February 2018. Now in its second running, CompIC ME aims to educate delegates on the current and future use of composites in construction and explores the most topical discussion points within the industry.
CompIC ME has become a leading construction industry event in the Middle East and attracts professional end-users, architects, composite manufacturers, material suppliers, engineers, designers and contractors from all over the globe.
Building design, fire safety compliance, 3D printed structures, serial production and the promotion of sustainability within the construction industry will be prioritised on the agenda along with other key industry challenges and observations.
Scott Bader Middle East Limited has been established in the region for more than 20 years and their UAE manufacturing site has supplied many of the most high profile composite construction projects in the region. Having been involved in landmark buildings such as the 7-star Burj Al Arab Hotel and the Mecca Clock Tower, KSA, the company has more recently worked on projects such as the stunning Dubai Opera House and Al Barari residential scheme, supplying thousands of tonnes of fire retardant resins and gelcoats to the construction sector.
Scott Bader Middle East Limited will present case studies on a number of projects and exciting collaborations throughout the 2 day conference.
Other confirmed presenters include:
Companies can continue to register their participation until the conference. Please visit http://mecompositesin.construction/ for more information.
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