Not only will there be moments of discussion and reflection on extremely topical issues and scenarios, full of insights and suggestions, but also a great opportunity for professionals to update their skills through participation in seminars dedicated to professional training, which in some cases will provide certified credits
There are three thematic paths that cut across the 4 events, summing up the guiding principles of MIBA and its trade fairs: INNOVATION, technological and of materials; SUSTAINABILITY, because energy efficiency, low environmental impact and "ethical" manufacturing is no longer an option, but a new way of operating in the market, and finally NORMATIVE, because the certification of products, processes and professionalism is not only a legal obligation, but a guarantor of quality.
Innovation as an engine for technological development
The construction world expands and renews itself thanks to materials, systems and technological solutions for efficient, accessible and safe construction. The innovation path will show visitors all the novelties in terms of materials, technologies, and production processes for a future that, through new solutions and digitalisation, can guarantee increasingly high-performance buildings in line with the evolution of new lifestyles.
The impact on the environment
Being sustainable has a wide-ranging objective: reducing the overall impact on the environment of the markets represented in MIBA both during the construction process and the building's life cycle. The sustainability path will inform and raise awareness of best practices and technological solutions aimed at limiting resource consumption, ensuring energy efficiency and environmental protection, and educating on circular thinking and sustainable action.
Focus on regulations, bonuses and codes
The regulations governing the sectors represented by MIBA are constantly changing: bonuses, super-bonuses, audits, regulations, professional certifications and privacy regulations have repeatedly changed the laws opened to a mix of interpretations. The regulations path has been created to help and support the professionals who in the various areas - construction, installation and integration - wants to clarify the many rules governing the sector.
701 companies from 29 countries, valuable partnerships and more than 100 conventions, workshops and keynote addresses to provide the building industry ...Read more
Innovation, quality of life, sustainability and public-private partnership for the future of citiesRead more
MIBA opens on 15 November with the 2023 Building Innovation Forum, an international conference dedicated to the impact of innovation on the constructi ...Read more
The ME Awards, promoted by ME-MADE eventi and in its second edition, was created with the aim of promoting knowledge and excellence of the products, p ...Read more