The C3 BUILD Congress, held at the Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center from November 15-17 as part of the China High-Tech Fair, concluded successfully under the theme "Transcending Boundaries, Sustainable Coexistence." The congress, emphasizing sustainability, highlighted exhibitions and prominent industry conferences centered around four key areas: low-carbon transformation, smart development, urban regeneration, innovative development, and a specific focus on the construction of "super headquarters" in the Greater Bay Area of China.

C3 Build Congress

The global master architects, including Academician Cui Kai from the China Architecture Design & Research Institute, Zaha Hadid, Snohetta, gmp, HENN architect, SOM, and others, converged at the event. Aalborg White and Shanghai Tongchuang collaborated to exhibit in the low-carbon joint exhibition area, featuring the next-generation UHPC EXCEL based on low carbon binder technology FUTURECEM and the production process of UHPC, along with building facade solutions. Architects, project developers, construction and facade companies visited our booth to gain insights into material performance, best practices and project inquires, resulting in a productive three-day showcase.

AALBORG EXCEL™ UHPC premix, leveraging low carbon binder technology FUTURECEM®, offers advantageous pozzolanic reactions without environmental impact constraints. The fully documented product allows on-site tailorization for precasters, optimizing production cost and efficiency. With self-leveling and fast-flowing properties, it allows combinations with pigments and fibers, achieving very smooth surface finishes for intricate geometrics. This grants architects unrestricted design flexibility for building facades.

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On the 16th, Tang Lei, Senior Sales Marketing Manager at Aalborg Portland Anqing, and Ke Xue, Deputy General Manager at Shanghai Tongchuang Group, participated in an interview organized by the congress. They highlighted the features of EXCEL UHPC and demonstrated the unique production and installation process of the perforated large scale UHPC panels in a live steaming.