Meeting Kuwait’s demand for sustainable and affordable housing solutions
Approximately 100,000 people in Kuwait are awaiting housing to be supplied by the Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW)
In an era of low oil price, the Kuwaiti government has been forced to consider a number of reforms which includes the removal or reduction of subsidiaries on energy.
The enormity of this problem has prompted the PAHW to construct 5 new cities on the outskirts of the Kuwaiti capital. As such, at the Kuwait Housing & Residential Development Forum, consultants, contractors, architects and government ministries will gather to discuss best practice design and engineering strategies for the sustainable and cost-effective development of these 5 new cities.
Topics of discussions:
Get an update on the new energy conservation codes for residential development and best practice for their application
Learn how to implement energy simulation models for residential developments
Discover how to apply building automation methods for energy consumption predictions
Gain insights into the public private partnership models for infrastructure projects in Kuwait
Who you will meet?
- Government Authorities/Ministries
- Master Planners
- Urban Planners and Engineers
- Energy Consultants
- Building Contractors
- Project Managers
- Tendering Managers