Posted on August 25, 2023

The Timber Construction Conference will be held in Pretoria.

The Timber Construction Conference, to be held at Future Africa, University of Pretoria, on the 12th of September 2023, is themed “Growing Timber Connections” and tailored specifically for engineers and architects who play pivotal roles in shaping the future of construction. We aim to promote the widespread adoption of timber construction throughout South Africa, showcasing its numerous benefits and exploring its vast potential. The conference will bring together industry experts, government officials, and thought leaders to share their knowledge, insights, and experiences.
This event promises to be an enlightening and collaborative gathering. The conference will feature engaging presentations, panel discussions, and an exciting exhibition, providing a platform for networking, knowledge exchange, and exploring the latest innovations in timber construction.
Furthermore, the conference will culminate in announcing the Timber Construction Design Competition winners sponsored by York Timbers, recognising excellence and innovation in timber construction. Join us at the Timber Construction Conference to uncover the remarkable benefits of timber as a construction material, from its sustainability and versatility to its aesthetic appeal and energy efficiency. Together, let us shape the future of sustainable building practices in South Africa.

Event Information

Date: 12 September 2023
Time: 07:45 for 08:00 – 16:30
VENUE: Future Africa Main Auditorium
Future Africa Campus, University of Pretoria, South St, Koedoespoort 456-Jr, Pretoria, 0186

For more information please contact Dr Shcalk Grobbelaar ([email protected])

CPD and Event Cost

All Delegates: R950.00



Register for the conference

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