By Eman Hamed
Sam Robinson: “Technal®️” Egypt’s longstanding building partner is back in the Egyptian Market
“World of Technal®️” a seminar bringing together all stakeholders to showcase the latest sustainability technologies in modern building
Haby Yaqob: Egypt being among the most vulnerable countries regarding climate change, it’s role is pivotal in the global March to cut carbon emissions
French brand “Technal®️” launches the first certified recycled Aluminum windows, doors and façades with minimum 75% post consumer recycled content
French brand “Technal®️” – a subsidiary of Norwegian multinational giant “Hydro”- who is a pioneer supplier of Aluminum systems for doors, windows and building facades, will be holding it’s fifth regional seminar for the first time in Cairo under the title: “World of Technal”, the seminar will be themed around Sustainability and building Envelopes”. The event will be held next Tuesday in an upscale Cairo hotel along the river Nile.
Organizing the seminar in Cairo after successful rounds in Manama, Dubai, Muscat & Riyadh, we are proud to say that Technal is back in the Egyptian Market with full power” says Sam Robinson, Managing director for Middle East, India and SE Asia at Hydro building Systems. “Technal ®️ was among the pioneers partnering with Egyptian government and developers in the Egyptian construction journey, helping build facades to several iconic buildings in new Cairo, Administrative Capital, Giza & Alamain City” added Robinson.
“Egypt is among the most vulnerable countries when it comes to climate change, it’s role is pivotal in the global march to cut down carbon emissions by utilizing sustainable building materials” says Haby Yaqob, area sales manager for Egypt, Kuwait and the UAE at Technal. “This is what prompted Technal to hold this seminar in Cairo to showcase the latest sustainability technologies in the building envelopes industry” Yaqob concluded.
Technal is also expected to announce the launch of it’s latest products including the world’s first certified recycled Aluminum windows, doors and façades with minimum 75% post consumer recycled content which contributes greatly to the green building aspirations of Egypt’s new megacities.
The seminar brings together leading architects, designers, developers and builders from around the world together with government officials, NGOs, consultants and more. These include Zaha Hadid UK, Mohamed Talaat – MT Architects Egypt, Koltay Facades Dubai, Front New York and Egypt Green building council.
The seminar is supported by the The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Egypt, the American institute of Architects Egypt Chapter and society of facade engineers UK.