Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Construction Tech Indo (CTI) 2015 is a forum for senior construction technology experts to examine the best practice and showcase technology solutions to support Indonesia’s fast growing construction sector.

CTI'15, held at the Jakarta Convention Center on 4-6 November, will focus on how industry and government can collectively deliver the major construction overhaul necessary to make the sector innovative and competitive.

It will assist in enabling the construction industry to deliver on the priorities identified as being keys to Indonesia’s infrastructure development.

Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing together with state and private construction company and other construction industry sectors will have their opportunity to show priority projects in Indonesia.

The forum will also focus on construction projects, regulation in the construction industry, latest technology updates, toll road projects, financing construction, the one million houses program, building materials and machinery and heavy equipment.

CTI'15 will be held in conjunction with Indonesia Infrastructure Week 2015. This event will feature inspiring exhibitions, cutting edge conferences, national project planning presentations and investment market soundings in the infrastructure industry.

Some critical issues will be addressed and debated at CTI’15, they are government policy and regulation in support of the ASEAN Economic Community, the National Single Window for Investment (NSWI), developing sustainable strategies and minimising construction risk, incorporating advanced technologies, building public housing across Indonesia: the One Million Houses Program, and construction and building management.

The forum will be attended by some keynote speakers include Syarif Burhanuddin as the Director General of Housing Provision Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Tri Widjajanto as Chairman, Construction Services Development Board, and Hediyanto W. Husaini as Director General of Highways Ministry of Public Works & Housing.

Editor: Aditia Maruli Radja
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