Confab to Discuss High-Rise Buildings
Confab to Discuss High-Rise Buildings

Confab to Discuss High-Rise Buildings

Confab to Discuss High-Rise Buildings

Officials from the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), along with architects, experts and policymakers, are set to discuss high-rise buildings and their efficiency as a solution for urban habitat during the Third National Conference on High-Rise Buildings. Milad Tower’s Conference Center will host the three-day event that starts on January 17, CTBUH Iran said in a press release.  Sustainable urbanization, construction technology and energy efficiency of buildings would be other issues on the event’s agenda. The event also aims to address social, cultural and economic aspects of urbanization.


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