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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I register for a ticket?
Scroll to the top of the page, click “Register Ticket” or Click Here
Where is Sydney Build Expo 2020 taking place?
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)
14 Darling Dr, Sydney
What are the event timings?
Thurs 19th March 2020 9:00am – 6:00pm
Fri 20th March 2020 9:00am – 5:00pm (presentations finish at 4:00pm)
Is there an entrance fee?
General tickets to Sydney Build is free. This includes access to all conferences, summits, panel discussions and exhibitions.
What type of tickets are there?
General Attendee – Free
VIP Ticket - $199.00
Australian Construction Awards Evening - $450.00
Can I register on the day?
Yes but we’d strongly encourage you to register online beforehand to avoid queues and delays.
Can I register colleagues too?
Yes, absolutely! If you know the details of your colleague(s) you can add them to your registration at the bottom on the first page.
How do I change my ticket details?
Visit https://tickets.lup.com.au/sydney-build-2020 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I book a booth to exhibit?
To find out more information relating to exhibiting at Sydney Build 2020, scroll to the top of the page and click “Exhibitor Enquiry” or click here.
Can children attend the expo?
Persons under the ages of 18 are not permitted to attend the exhibition due to the nature of some exhibits on display.
Can students enter?
We do encourage education and learning at the events. Although the event is aimed at a B2B audience we do allow university and college students to attend the event. Students may attend only if they are over 18 years of age.
Can I take photographs at the event?
Yes, we encourage you to take photos and videos and be proactive on social media if you like the event. The event hashtag is #SydneyBuild.
Will photos of attendees be taken at the event?
Yes, we will have designated official photographers who will be capturing Sydney Build over the two day period. These photos will be used for marketing materials. By attending the event you are giving us permission to be able to use these photos in future brochures and promotional material.
Can international visitors attend?
Yes, but pleased be advised that you are responsible for obtaining all the required documentation to enter Australia. The organiser is only able to help exhibitors and international speakers with invitation letters. We are not able to provide letters for attendees from overseas.
Does Sydney Build support any Visa Applications?
Please note the organisers do not provide any invitational letters to international visitors.
Is parking available?
The ICC Sydney operates two 24 hour car parking stations with a total of 826 parking spaces. Full parking conditions and other suggested transportation information is available via https://www.iccsydney.com.au/visit-icc-sydney/getting-to-icc-sydney
Is WiFi available?
WiFi will be available onsite, further details will be provided at the venue.
Is there food & beverage at the venue?
Yes - Sydney Build will have a designated cafe area where you can purchase a range of food and drinks. Many other local restaurants and bars are located a short walk away from the ICC.
What is the LinkedIn lounge?
The networking lounge is the first ever initiative of its kind and enables attendees to network and to make new contacts ‘offline’ at a live event, whilst simultaneously building their ‘online’ network using LinkedIn. For more info visit https://www.sydneybuildexpo.com/networking-lounge
How do I get access to the LinkedIn lounge?
Access to the LinkedIn lounge comes with your Sydney Build ticket. Register at the top of this page.
What is the St Patrick's Irish Bar?
With St Patrick’s Day around the corner we’re throwing an Irish themed party in our Irish Pub sponsored by WURTH. Get yourself a Steak & Ale pie and wash it down with a Guiness. The Irish Pub can be found here on the floor plan https://sydneybuildexpo.expofp.com/?the-wurth-irish-bar
What is CIVENEX?
CIVENEX is co-located with the Sydney Build Expo and organised by the IPWEA NSW. The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia NSW Division is the professional membership organisation that provides services and advocacy for those involved in delivering public works and engineering services to the community. IPWEA has been established as a charity with the purpose of advancing the public works sector in Australia particularly in NSW.
How do I get a ticket to CIVENEX?
Access to CIVENEX comes with your Sydney Build ticket. Register at the top of this page.
What is the Transport & Roads Expo?
The first large-scale exhibition of its kind to unite all the key players and stakeholders in the public transport and roads industries in NSW. The event is co-hosted with the Sydney Build Expo and CIVENEX.
How do I get a ticket to the Transport & Roads Expo?
Access to the Transport & Roads Expo comes with your Sydney Build ticket. Register at the top of this page.
Who are the advisory board and what do they do?
The advisory board are made up of industry leading Builders, Contractors, Architects, Developers, Surveyors, Government, Charities and Experts who work within the built environment sector. The board help steer, focus and guide the content of the Sydney Build Exhibition and partner events that are run alongside it. For more info visit https://www.sydneybuildexpo.com/the-advisory-committee
What are the Australian Construction awards (ACA)?
The Australian Construction Awards recognises the achievements, developments and innovation within Australia’s booming construction industry and features a wide range of categories for solution providers, contractors, architects, developers and local authorities. All awards are free to enter and are impartially judged by a panel of leading industry experts from across Sydney, NSW and Australia. For more info visit https://www.australianconstructionawards.com/
Where is the ACA?
The ACA will be help at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
How do I get a ticket to the ACA?
Tickets can be purchased online https://www.australianconstructionawards.com/book-tickets
When is the deadline to enter?
Deadline for nominations are 23rd November 2019.
When is the shortlist announced for the ACA?
The shortlist will be announced on the 31st January 2020.
When are the winners accounted for the ACA?
The winners will be announced at the Awards evening dinner on the 19th March 2020.
Can I attend the event on both days?
Absolutely. Your one ticket will give you access to both days of the event.
Can I reserve a seat at one of the speaking sessions?
No but there is plenty of seating and standing space around each conference. We’d recommend you get there 15 mins early to get a good view.