Entry to The Big 5 Construct Kenya exhibition is free of cost. Simply bring your badge number to collect your free pass. If you have not pre-registered before the show, you can register onsite using your business card.
Kenyatta International Conference Centre, please click the link to view the venue location - http://bit.ly/1WgIfrl
We encourage you to pre-register online as a visitor before coming to the show. Alternatively, you can register when you arrive at the exhibition venue by filling up visitor registration form using your business card.
Your registration will not be complete as the system does not accept generic email addresses such as [email protected] Please try again using a unique email address to receive your badge number for The Big 5 Construct Kenya.
Look for email in your junk email folder. If still unable to recover, please write to: [email protected] and we will resend your confirmation email to the email address used in the form.
You must register again with an address that you can access.
Yes, invite your industry colleagues or friends to visit The Big 5 Construct Kenya exhibition.
Yes, all professionals related to architecture, construction and infrastructure sector are welcome to visit the exhibition and relevant educational sessions. However, please ensure you carry your business card to complete the onsite registration form.
Counters at registration will be clearly marked for those who have already registered and who need to register. If you have your badge number, simply proceed to the pre-registered counter to print your badge and enter the show. If you have not registered, please collect a registration form from the new registration terminals and complete to print your badge.
We encourage you to bring a copy of the confirmation email or badge number at the show. Your badge number will enable quick print of your badge without any delays. If you do not have your badge number, our staff at the registration area will assist in finding you in our system and printing your badge.
Minors under 18 years of age are not admitted to the exhibition. This is a health and safety policy and it is strictly enforced.