VILANDCO – May news: Cooperation and educational activities

VILANDCO co-organizes a series of Green Building and Energy Efficient Building workshops – INSEE Vietnam

Accompanying INSEE, VILANDCO is pleased to participate in organizing a series of workshops on Green Building and Energy Efficiency in construction for students at several universities in Vietnam: Hanoi Architectural University (HAU), Construction Technical College No 1 (CTC1), Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HUTECH), Thu Dau Mot University (TDMU), Mien Tay Construction University, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT), University of Architecture Ho Chi Minh City (UAH) and Ho Chi Minh City College Of Construction (HCC).

Coming to the program, the VILANDCO team shared information and knowledge about green buildings and energy-efficient buildings, with INSEE Vietnam representatives introducing implementation and sharing information about the INSEE Prize Competition. 2024 comes to students as well as answers questions about this playground so you can confidently register to attend.

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REBUMAT Symposium: German-Vietnamese cooperative project on resource-efficient building using sustainable building materials

The symposium is within the cooperation program between partners of Vietnam and the Federal Republic of Germany, to analyze and evaluate the development of sustainable construction materials (bio-based materials, recycled materials, …) in Vietnamese conditions, as well as supporting managers and officials working in the fields of planning, urban management, and construction management on how to combine aspects of Natural Resources to promote the industry. Construction in Vietnam develops sustainably.

In the symposium, Mr. Nguyen Trung Kien, Director of VILANDCO, spoke and shared practical experiences on the application of Green Materials in Vietnam as well as opportunities and challenges in implementing requirements related to materials of green building assessment and certification systems.

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