Iran’s only multi-national construction trade exhibition providing direct access to carefully selected buyers with immense needs for modern solutions and technology



Harnessing the growing international interest in Iran’s construction industry as one of its biggest and most lucrative sectors, Project Iran is the country’s only multi-national construction trade exhibition providing direct access to carefully selected buyers with immense needs for modern solutions and technology.

Guaranteeing access to Iran’s multibillion dollar construction market, Project Iran will welcome thousands of international leading manufacturers, exporters, and industry leaders, who will share their common vision to shape what is becoming the next regional economic  giant



Iran construction sector: The new Iranian Building Code is creating completely new dynamics in the Iranian construction market through its new building requirements: transfer of technology, energy efficiency, sustainability, modern construction material and technology, and many others. These needs for modernization promise immense lucrative opportunities for new investors and companies. While the government continues to tackle the low income housing shortage and infrastructure development projects, private investments are expected to turn to more lucrative markets such as high-rise offices, shopping malls, hotels, as well as hospitality and tourism related developments.



Why exhibit?




  • Acquire hands-on knowledge about the Iranian construction market and the challenges and opportunities it presents

  •  Meet new prospective buyers and suppliers and showcase your latest products

  • Network with the country's top construction companies and decision-makers

  •  The number of ongoing mega-projects means that many multinational firms have the chance to establish a presence in the country

  •  Iran’s strategic geographic location allows it to cater to the entire region

  • Rising private investment provides opportunities for large foreign contractors to increase their involvement in the country

  •  Iran remains a 'construction safe heaven' amid both wider political and financial tension in the region

Venue

Tehran International Permanent Fairground

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