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The International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ICoRCE) (formerly Annual Construction Research Conference & Exhibition-ACoRCE) is an initiative by the National Construction Authority, Kenya. The Research Conference provides a platform to disseminate research findings. This has greatly enabled knowledge exchange, supported coinage of solutions to addressing challenges in the construction industry and encouraged growth of the industry.
The 4th International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ICORCE), to take place on Wednesday 4th to Friday 6th November 2020, at Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC), Nairobi.
The main theme for ICoRCE-2020 is: “Transformations for a sustainable and well-coordinated construction industry towards the realization of the Big 4 Agenda.”
Sub themes; –
Ongoing call of papers.
The expected ICoRCE 2020 events
The Research Conference
Industry Business Forum
The Big 4 agenda Village
Construction Excellence Awards.
Upcoming ICoRCE events
Conference Trade launch
To take Place in April 2020.
The purpose of the event is to foster a partnership with NCA for the upcoming 4th International Construction Research Conference ICoRCE-2020 whose main theme is to: “Transformations for a sustainable and well-coordinated construction industry towards the realization of the Big 4 Agenda.”
The 3rd International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition (ICoRCE 2018) was co-located with the Big 5 Construct East Africa, as a key partner. The conference took place from 7th to 9th November 2018 at Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi. Under the theme ‘Harnessing the Potential of the Legal and Institutional Framework for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the Construction Industry.’
More than 800 delegates attended the 3-day conference from 4 continents in the globe. The delegates included quantity surveyors, engineers, policy makers, lawyers, architects, contractors, students and sustainability professionals.
The aim of ICoRCE 2018 was to promote exchange of best practices in harnessing of the potential of the legal framework as a vector of sustainable prosperity through the construction sector.
Leading and senior industry players addressed plenary sessions and made insightful presentations. Discussions focused on building failures in Kenya, enforcement of construction laws in Kenya, the big 4 agenda and construction management where opportunities in synergy between National and County Governments were explored.
Construction Project Financing, Environmental Sustainability and Safe Construction Sites formed part of the 3-day forum. Further visits to mega construction projects were arranged.
ICoRCE 2018 had new events; the Government Pavilion and the Construction Industry Business Forum. The Government pavilion featured 10 Government institutions affiliated with the construction industry under one roof while the Business Forum offered an opportunity to explore alternative financing solutions for projects in Africa as well as opportunities for local and foreign investors in the Big 4 Agenda.
Key Achievement of the 2018 ICORCE
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Currently the call of papers is ongoing