Programme highlights include:

  • Panel discussion: Investigating how the coordination between developers, main contractors, architects and MEP contractors can be optimised - 21 February 2012
  • Executive exchange: Meet, network and exchange business cards with your peers – 22 February 2012
  • Panel discussion: Ensuring that the technologies deployed in the buildings help optimise the energy usage without increasing the cost or complexity of the MEP infrastructure – 22 February 2012

Building strong, flexible, energy-efficient, costeffective electromechanical infrastructure

Turkey is in the midst of injecting energy efficiency regulations into the construction industry in every aspect possible. Considering that Turkey’s energy relies on external factors ( i.e. 90% petrol, 97% natural gas, 20 % coal is imported), and that buildings consume 36% of the total energy available in the country, the rationale for improving the electromechanical structure of the buildings becomes more clear.

Here are some facts and figures with regards to the construction industry in Turkey:

Turkish economy growth 11% in 2011 Q1 (2.3% in the US and -0.7% in Japan)
Growth in construction industry 14.8%
Urbanisation in Turkey 52% in 1990 - 74.9% in 2008
Total # of accommodation Planned between 2012-2017: 3 million (0.5 mil by government)
Total #of buildings with LEED Cert. 21
Total # of shopping malls 244 in 2009 - 278 in 2011
Total # of hospitals Built between 2002 – 2010: 129 01/2011 – 07/2011:
  • 12 Hospitals – construction started
  • 19 Hospitals – bidding completed
  • 17 Hospitals – bid in process
  • 14 Hospitals – feasibility analysis stage

With growing interest in building energy-efficient buildings with cost-effective, leading-edge technologies, experts agree that this is the right time to discuss Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) in Turkey in order to:

  • Discuss the new technologies in electromechanical sector
  • Analyse the current issues encountered and existing, cost-effective solutions
  • Ensure that electrical works in new buildings comply with new energy regulations
  • Identify what can be done to retrofit the existing buildings to increase energy performance
  • promote less water use, less energy use and less solid waste during the construction of buildings and thereafter

Key Benefits of Attending

  • Build relationships with the stakeholders to explore new MEP solutions and how they are utilised in new projects
  • Learn more about the upcoming energy regulations and government plans to start planning your MEP works for the next project accordingly
  • Gain a greater understanding of the new energy-saving technologies to advance your MEP design and engineering
  • Discover how concepts such as co-generation, energy-sharing, retrofitting are applied in building a strong MEP infrastructure
  • Improve the MEP operation and maintenance of Turkey's residential, commercial and hospitality projects
  • Explore how small-scale energy-efficient MEP technologies can make a big difference in building’s energy consumption
  • Understand how you can SAVE MONEY and SAVE ENERGY by choosing reasonably-priced but sound and effective technologies for your electromechanical engineering

Who Should Attend?

MEP stakeholders throughout the value chain will be attending, including:

  • Representatives from government ministries
  • Heads of: Engineering, Mechanical, Maintenance, Utilities and Construction
  • Directors of: Electricity Projects, Mechanical Projects, Technical Affairs
  • Operations Directors
  • MEP Contractors / Consultants / Engineers
  • MEP Project Managers / Technical Managers
  • Asset Affairs / Building Affairs
  • Architects
  • Consultants
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