Actiu promotes Ecoconstruction, Rehabilitation and Sustainable town planning at Novabuild 2012

March 2012 | News

Last 29 February, 1 and 2 March, Novabuild opened its doors to the Valencian Fair with the aim to analyse and discuss the transformation of the construction sector into a new a era, more sustainable and with new opportunities.

During the event, Novabuild hosted the fourth edition of the forum for Sustainable Building in the Valencian Community, organized by the Valencian Institute of Building (IVE) in collaboration with the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and the Environment of the Valencian Goverment. During these three days of conferences, National and International experts have debated about the Research and Development of sustainable construction, measures to reduce the energy consumption and renewable energy. Between these various sessions of the Forum, more than 600 attendees participated from universities, public administartion, professional and business associations and architectural and engineering companies.

Actiu, is always involved in promoting initiatives in favour of sustainability and  environmentally friendly in society and their own organization ( in the architecture of its buildings and through means of its more efficient products and productive processes) could not miss this great event. in this way , it was responsible for converting the space at IVE into a point of information about the present and future sustainable construction, providing the opportunity by the organizers to graphically present the project 'Actiu Technological Park' as a real eco-efficient project, sustainable, self-sufficient in resources and whose Corporate Headoffice has been recently awarded with LEED GOLD certification, by the Green Building Council USA (USGBC)

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