After a very positive response from the Moroccan market in the past two editions, we’ve rebranded from The Big 5 Construct North Africa to The Big 5 Construct Morocco. The event targets a more localized approach and we look forward to being back with a fresh new look to continue supporting the Moroccan construction industry. Taking place 20 – 22 June 2019 at Office Des Changes (CICEC), we are working closely with the market to enhance the visiting experience for our audience and more specifically increasing the value added benefits and opportunities for more business deals onsite.
The Moroccan construction market continues to grow with construction and infrastructure projects steering ahead making up approximately 9.2% of total government spending. Favorable market drivers are influencing the demand for foreign investment. Download the sales brochure for more information.Download Sales Brochure
⦁ Morocco’s sustainability week
⦁ Live product demonstrations
⦁ More Wood, HVAC-R, and interior products
⦁ Localised marketing opportunities
⦁ Find a Moroccan distributor
⦁ Collect leads onsite
As the economic capital of Morocco prepares to host the 3rd edition of the Smart Expo, from 18 to 20 April 2018, many experts express their confidence in the local authorities, after the launch of 70 projects to digitalise services in the city of Casablanca.
OEMs and other manufacturers are finding opportunity in Morocco, and the Moroccan Investment Development Agency (AMDI, Hall 3 3510) is attending the Farnborough Airshow to highlight the region's advantages.
Bank of Africa Tower in Rabat will be 250 metres high when construction is complete in 2022
Since the 2010s, the construction sector in Morocco is growing. It can be considered one of the most dynamic segments of the country and contributes significantly to the strengthening of the national economy.
Being the only North African country without any sizeable oil and gas reserves, Morocco has long been an energy importer. But with an eye on energy independence, the country is moving on to adopt renewable energy as it invests in multiple power projects.