The 8th international exhibition
“UZSTROYEXPO – CONSTRUCTION. HEATING AND VENTILATION SYSTEMS. WATER SUPPLY. WATER PURIFICATION. SANITARY.”

Exhibition is organized for the purpose of the attraction of the leading international and domestic companies, which work in the field of production and deliveries to the production of construction designation. Participation in the exhibition - these are the advanced method of the demonstration of new materials, technologies and equipment, excellent possibility for establishing of business connections, strengthening of the positions of companies on the market of Uzbekistan and entire Central-Asian region.

Holding the exhibition takes on special relevance in view of the planned projects for the construction of industrial complexes in various industries.

Official support:

  • State Committee  of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Architecture and Construction
  • JSC «Uzstroymateriali»
  • JSC «Uzmahsusmontazhkurilish»
  • «Uzbekenergo» JSC
  • Uzbek agency «Uzkommunhizmat»

Venue

National Exhibition Complex “UzExpoCenter”, Pavilion №1

Project Manager:

Olga Tikhacheva

Tel.: + 998 71 238 59 87

Fax: + 998 71 238 59 87

Mob.: + 998 93 381 07 81

E-mail: sales3@ieg.uz; power@ieguzexpo.com

Territory of Bekabad city (Tashkent region) will grow from 2,900 to 3,440 hectares, according to the draft general plan of the city til 2035.

The draft plan was presented by the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev during his visit to Bekabad.

According to the draft plan, the city’s population is expected to increase from the current 90,000 to 110,000 people.

Uzbek leader shared his proposals on further improving the general plan. In particular, he proposed to expand work on landscaping and improvement, construction of new houses and shopping centers.

New multi-storey and private houses will be built in the city. Around the houses parks will be created and social facilities will be built.

It is also planned to repair the city’s central hospital. The hospital will receive medical equipment for US$1 million.

President of Uzbekistan proposed to build a high-speed train between Tashkent and Bekabad. He noted that necessary infrastructure will be created along the road of the electric train.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev gave instructions on improving the systems of supply of drinking water and heating to the population of Bekabad.

Source: UzDaily.com

Uzbekistan directed .16 trillion soums in the first half of 2017 or 19.4% of total used investments in the reporting period, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said.

Total amount of investments in fixed assets in Uzbekistan in January-June 2017 made up 26.6 trillion soums (in the dollar equivalent of US$7.5 billion), which is 8.3% more than in the same period in 2016.

In January-June 2017, 41,800 houses or 43,600 apartments with a total area of 6.218 million square meters were put into operation (+4.2% to the level of January-June 2016), including 4.452 million square meters in rural areas. (+1.4%).

About 1,013.5 km of water pipes (846.4 km in rural areas) and 126.3 km of gas (75.6 km in rural areas) networks were put into operation in public utilities.

Some 91.9 billion soums of investments were used for new construction and capital reconstruction of hospitals, outpatient clinics and rural medical posts, which accounted for 35.2% of investments invested in health care.

About 99.6 billion soums of investments were spent on construction and reconstruction of higher educational institutions, lyceums and professional colleges, which is 22.1% of investments, by type of activity education.

Within the framework of implemented measures to further improve quality of educational process, 181.6 billion soums of investments were invested in construction and reconstruction of general and specialized schools, or 40.2% of investments invested in education.

About 106.9 billion soums were used for construction of water supply networks, including 85.7 billion soums - at expense of the republican budget (80.2% of the total volume), 0.4 billion soums - due to foreign investments and credits (0.4%), 15.6 billion soums - at expense of the population (14.5%), 5.2 billion soums - at expense of the enterprise and other sources of financing (4.9%).

Some 3.4 billion soums were used for construction of gas networks, including 3.2 billion soums at expense of population’s funds (94.1% of the total volume), 0.2 billion soums - at expense of the enterprise and organization (5.9%).

Construction activity

In January-June of 2017, construction works were carried out for 16.31 trillion soums, which is 8.7% more compared to the same period in 2016.

Construction organizations of non-state forms of ownership completed construction works at 15.687 trillion soums, which made up 96.2% of the total volume of construction works.

During the reporting period, the share of non-state sector of economy in total volume of construction works in Uzbekistan was 96.2%, including in Ferghana region - 97.9% or by 0.5 percentage points more compared to the same period last year , Kashkadarya region - 96.1% (1.8 percentage points), Bukhara region - 96.0% (1.1 percentage points), Syrdarya region - 95.9% (5.1 percentage points) and Tashkent region - 95.5% (2.7 percentage points).

At the same time, the volume of construction works decreased in Namangan region - 95.6% (by 0.7 percentage points), Surkhandarya region - 94.7% (0.4 percentage points) and Jizzakh region – 93.2% (by 1.0 percentage points).

Of the total construction work, 78.6% accounted for new construction, reconstruction, expansion and technical re-equipment of enterprises, as well as for capital repairs, maintenance and other contract works - 21.4%.

Source: UzDaily.com

According to JSC Uzstroymateriali, Great Wall Ceramics with Chinese investors is implementing a project to organize the production of ceramic tiles the territory of the Angren free economic zone with an annual capacity of 3.5 million square meters. The plant will be commissioned in April 2018.

The plant will produce import-substituting, competitive and high-quality finishing ceramic tiles.

In Jizzakh region, Mega Invest is implementing a project to organize production of modern energy-efficient fittings and heat-insulating materials based on basalt fiber.

The capacities will be based on European technologies. The cost of the project is US$52 million, of which US$15 million are foreign investments.

Iranian enterprise EMG is realizing a project to organize production of ceramic tiles in Yukori Chirchik district of Tashkent region with an annual capacity of 2.1 million square meters. The plant will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2017. Total cost of the project is US$11 million, of which US$8.0 million is foreign investment.

In order to meet domestic needs, the President of Uzbekistan adopted a resolution “On the program for further development of construction materials industry for 2016-2020” on 28 September 2016, according to which 80 investment projects with a total cost of US$1.2 billion will be implemented in Uzbekistan.

Implementation of the programme will help to increase in the volume of production of wall materials due to the creation of new and modernization of existing enterprises, as well as introduction of modern energy-saving technologies, which reduce the cost of finished products and costs.

Negotiations are held with representatives of firms and companies from China, Russia, Korea, Turkey and other countries on creation of joint ventures in Uzbekistan to produce modern types of building materials.

 

Source: UzDaily.com

Uzbekistan implements several projects to develop production of construction materials.

According to JSC Uzstroymateriali, Great Wall Ceramics with Chinese investors is implementing a project to organize the production of ceramic tiles the territory of the Angren free economic zone with an annual capacity of 3.5 million square meters. The plant will be commissioned in April 2018.

The plant will produce import-substituting, competitive and high-quality finishing ceramic tiles.

In Jizzakh region, Mega Invest is implementing a project to organize production of modern energy-efficient fittings and heat-insulating materials based on basalt fiber.

The capacities will be based on European technologies. The cost of the project is US$52 million, of which US$15 million are foreign investments.

Iranian enterprise EMG is realizing a project to organize production of ceramic tiles in Yukori Chirchik district of Tashkent region with an annual capacity of 2.1 million square meters. The plant will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2017. Total cost of the project is US$11 million, of which US$8.0 million is foreign investment.

In order to meet domestic needs, the President of Uzbekistan adopted a resolution “On the program for further development of construction materials industry for 2016-2020” on 28 September 2016, according to which 80 investment projects with a total cost of US$1.2 billion will be implemented in Uzbekistan.

Implementation of the programme will help to increase in the volume of production of wall materials due to the creation of new and modernization of existing enterprises, as well as introduction of modern energy-saving technologies, which reduce the cost of finished products and costs.

Negotiations are held with representatives of firms and companies from China, Russia, Korea, Turkey and other countries on creation of joint ventures in Uzbekistan to produce modern types of building materials.

Source: UzDaily.com

A business center “Tashkent City” will be constructed in the capital city of Uzbekistan. ToshkentbosplanLITI published the concept of the business center.

The new center will be built in the center of the capital near the Pakhtakor metro station. The area of the center is 70 hectares.

The cost of the project exceeds US$1 billion. Within the framework of the project, an industrial park, eight business centers, a shopping mall, restaurants and a cultural center, as well as residential apartments will be built.

It should mention that Shavkat Mirziyoyev voiced the idea of creation of the business center in Tashkent during his presidential election campaign.

The construction of the business center should begin in 2018.

Source: UzDaily.com

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited several objects in Sergeli district of Tashkent city on 10 July 2017.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspected the construction of seven-storey houses, which are constructed in Sergeli-6 block of Sergeli district in Tashkent city.

Here, 66 seven-storey houses are being built, which will be commissioned in August 2017. In the result, over 2,500 families will be provided with new houses.

The houses are being built using modern building materials of domestic production. In addition to houses, it is planned to build schools, pre-school educational institutions, recreation areas, polyclinics, playgrounds, car parks and other objects of infrastructure.

The President of Uzbekistan visited one of the houses under construction, got acquainted with conditions created in it.

Uzbek President said a modern system on housing provision of the population has been formed in our country. This important system is designed to realize the long-awaited dreams of people. We could not achieve such results not responding to people’s requests in time.

Mirziyoyev noted that it is necessary to once again critically review activities that are being held in the sphere, expand the created amenities for people’s lives, pay serious attention to every aspect of this issue.

Attention was paid to issues of strengthening the material and technical base and human resources of construction organizations, planting trees and flowers in the territory, developing culture of urban development. Instructions were given on expanding the outlook and increasing responsibility of new settlers, creating workplaces for women and youth.

Presentation of long-term plans on comprehensive development of Sergeli district was held.

Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspected a site of construction of the metro line in Sergeli district of Tashkent.

The metro line will be laid above the ground over the overpasses. Within the project, it is planned to construct six stations along the Sergeli line, which will begin from “Olmazor” station of Chilanzar line.

Some US$170.1 million were issued to implement the project in 2017-2020. The length of the line will be 7.1 km. The line will be able to provide services for over 14 million passengers a year.

It was noted that it is necessary to pay attention to the effective use of various types of equipment when building a metro, geological research is also of great importance.

President said the need for greening the street with several rows of trees and flowers, which will pass along the line of the aboveground metro.

Uzbek head also received information on the progress of construction activities in Yunusabad line of Tashkent Metro. These days, activities are underway on pouring the foundation of “Turkiston” station of this line, the construction of which is scheduled to be completed in 2017-2019.

The design of new metro stations, construction materials that will be used in their decoration, as well as sketches of interior design were demonstrated.

Mirziyoyev emphasized that stations should be wide and bright. It is necessary to conduct a competition among young designers.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with the project on construction of an overpass in Kipchok street of Sergeli district

It is planned to build a bridge with a length of 1011 and a width of 28 meters at the intersection of Kipchok street with the railway. In this regard, Kipchok street is being expanded.

As a result of construction of the overpass, the street will connect Tashkent ring road with a new bypass road in Sergeli district, convenience will be created for the traffic movement.

A new special equipment designed for landscaping was demonstrated here to the Uzbek President.

Source: UzDaily.com

CB&I has been awarded a technology contract by Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex LLC (SGCC) for a grassroots ethylene complex to be built in southern Uzbekistan.

The scope of work includes the license and basic engineering of an ethylene unit, which will use four proprietary SRT heaters, a Hexene-1 unit and a polypropylene unit. The Hexene-1 unit will use CB&I’s Comonomer Production Technology for the production of Hexene-1 from low-cost C4s, and the polypropylene unit will use CB&I’s Novolen® gas-phase polypropylene technology for the production of full range polypropylene products.

"CB&I looks forward to providing multiple technologies to SGCC’s complex," said Daniel M. McCarthy, CB&I’s Executive Vice President of Technology. "This is the second ethylene unit supplied to the complex, which reinforces our presence in Central Asia and illustrates how our breadth of technologies can be packaged to deliver a complete solution to our customers through a single point of contact."

Uzbekistan made the strategic decision to use a synthetic naphtha product from its Gas-to-Liquids plant located in the Kashkadarya region for the production of olefins, which can then be used for the production of high-value polymer products.

 

CB&I has been awarded a technology contract by Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex LLC (SGCC) for a grassroots ethylene complex to be built in southern Uzbekistan.

The scope of work includes the license and basic engineering of an ethylene unit, which will use four proprietary SRT heaters, a Hexene-1 unit and a polypropylene unit. The Hexene-1 unit will use CB&I’s Comonomer Production Technology for the production of Hexene-1 from low-cost C4s, and the polypropylene unit will use CB&I’s Novolen® gas-phase polypropylene technology for the production of full range polypropylene products.

"CB&I looks forward to providing multiple technologies to SGCC’s complex," said Daniel M. McCarthy, CB&I’s Executive Vice President of Technology. "This is the second ethylene unit supplied to the complex, which reinforces our presence in Central Asia and illustrates how our breadth of technologies can be packaged to deliver a complete solution to our customers through a single point of contact."

Uzbekistan made the strategic decision to use a synthetic naphtha product from its Gas-to-Liquids plant located in the Kashkadarya region for the production of olefins, which can then be used for the production of high-value polymer products.

Source: UzDaily.com

JSC  Akhangarancement began to produce new cement brand PC 400 KD 30 - portland cement grade 400 with composite additives up to 30%.

According to the press service of the company, new cement brand was developed to meet the increased demand of the region’s consumers for cements of general purpose.

Production of a new brand of cement PC 400 KD 30 has expanded the range of products produced by the enterprise Akhangarancement, now the plant has certificates for the production of 9 types of cement.

New cement brand has several advantages, including increased water and frost resistance.

Cement is intended for the manufacture of concrete and mortar for the erection of monolithic structures, buildings and structures for various purposes.

"The first batch of cement has already been released and consumers highly appreciated it. Over the next six months of this year, we plan to produce 195,000 tonnes of new cement, which will help the enterprise staff to increase cement production volumes in 2017 and achieve better results,” the company’s general director Gennady Kulikov said.

Source: UzDaily.com

Uzbekistan launched new enterprise on production of cement. Karakalpak Sement was commissioned in Qoraozak district of Karakalpakstan.

The enterprise will use local products in production process. The project cost is US$40 million. Overall capacity of the plant is 1.2 million tonnes of cement a year.

The project is implemented in three stages. The first stage with the cost of US$17 million was implemented. The second stage will be completed by the end of 2017, which will allow to double cement production. The third stage will be realized in 2018, which will help to produce additional 700,000 tonnes of cement..

In the first two phases, cement will be produced with the use of a new technology – a vertical furnace. The third phase envisages the introduction of an even more productive line.

Karakalpak Sement is planning to export the part of cement.

Source: UzDaily.com

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