Singapore-based event management firm Centre for Management Technology (CMT) said it has rescheduled its Myanmar Construction Summit to March 11-12 March in Yangon.
The summit, supported by the Ministry of Construction, was originally scheduled on December 2-3 at Yangon’s Park Royal Hotel, which will still remain the venue.
The event was postponed following reschedule requests from authorities, CMT confirmed.
U Kyaw Lwin, union minister for construction, is expected to attend the event, which will delve into the rapid developments in the construction business in Myanmar, CMT said.
The event will bring together global and local heavyweights, specifically government agencies, land owners, developers and professionals, to analyse vital issues and share experiences in managing construction projects in Yangon, the organiser said.
CMT said the summit will examine critical concerns ranging from ‘putting together a successful construction project’ to opportunities and ‘obstacles in construction project planning and rollouts’.
The summit will also be attended by officials from the Ministry of Construction, Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC), Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC), key personnel from construction companies, facility management companies as well as building and civil engineers, M&E consultants, architects, quantity surveyors, building construction equipment suppliers, interior designers, landscape designers, financial services and property and real estate developers, CMT said.