National Seminar and Exhibition on
November 17th and 18th November 2022 at NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bengaluru India

Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), in its constant endeavor to serve the Civil Engineering fraternity, is conducting a Two day National Seminar and Exhibition, Recent Development in Design and Construction Technologies REDECON 2022 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THE FUTURE on 17th and 18th November 2022 at the Convention Hall, NIMHANS Campus, Hosur Road, Bangalore.

REDECON 2022 (Recent Development in Design and Construction Technologies) is one of its kind MUST ATTEND seminars for civil engineering professionals in Construction Industry. This Seminar addresses trending issues and disseminate necessary technical know-how to reduce the Carbon Footprint, achieve net-zero water and energy, Improve Air quality, reduce pollution, save natural resources including water, evolve strategies to mitigate Global Warming, Codal provisions, Climate Predictability Etc. All the technical sessions during the seminar will be dealt with case studies by experts. This seminar will also be an eye-opener for young engineers to analyze Sustainability as a business model.

According to Er Shrikant S Channal, Chairman & Er Ajithkumar S M, Secretary, BLC ACCE Bengaluru The main object of the ACCE (India) is to encourage and foster the latest technological advancements in the field of civil engineering and prepare them to carry out futuristic designs with an eye on assurance of quality, to give access to technical resources, to hold conferences, workshops, seminars and arrange lectures by distinguished engineers from India and abroad and to conduct study tour of projects. The purpose is dissemination of knowledge amongst the civil engineers in particular and the society at large.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. Ajit Sabnis Past President, ACCE (I), said The world we live today has changed and the human activities have propelled the planet into a disaster mode. The 17 Sustainability Development Goals that are adopted by 195 member economies under United Nations act as pointers to Sustainable Development. Construction Industry is responsible for about 40% of the total global Green- house Gas Emission and therefore, construction industry in general and Civil Engineers in specific have greater responsibility on their shoulders.

Mr. Rajesh Kannan feels that Construction Sector is one of the most resource-intensive and high-carbon sectors. The amount of natural resources used in buildings and transport infrastructure increased multifold 1900 and 2010 and approximately 70% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are caused by the construction sector. Following the linear growth model, both resource extraction and GHG emissions will continue to increase in the future as more infrastructures are built to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly urban population.

ACCE (I) – Bangalore Centre has been organizing Biennial event REDECON (Recent Development in Design and Construction Technologies) Conference and Exhibition in Bangalore viz., 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and now 2022. All of them have been well received by the civil engineering community. About 14 Eminent personalities will be deliberating on main themes related to Sustainable Development on all the days. We have received overwhelming response by experts from the field, research, faculty and students and we intend to reach more professionals through the mega event.

The Conference will be inaugurated by Dr Shalini Rajnish, IAS, ACS, GOK, Dept of Statistics & Programme implimentation. The event is also graced by Dr Selvakumar, IAS, PS, PWD, GOK.

For Further Details Contact:
Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (I), Bangalore
Tel: 91-080 26770365 / 366

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