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Special Show climate.proof.build

Sustainable and climate-resilient building products for public and commercial buildings

Type of event
Industrial fair

13.01.2025 - 17.01.2025

Hall B3
to BAU 2025

The persistently high CO2 emissions continue to "heat up" the climate and the subsequent extreme weather events cause great damage to life and property – the scientific facts speak for themselves. However, political decisions, the behaviour of many consumers and the successful PR campaigns of the "fossil fuel economy" are delaying the necessary changes.

Companies and the public sector should therefore set an example, i.e. companies should develop "climate-safe" building products that are then publicly subsidised and used in an exemplary manner. This is also required by the economic dimension of sustainability. Today's investments in buildings save costs and reduce risks over a utilisation period of 30 years or more. Anyone who plans and builds according to current standards today will end up with an outdated building that does not provide adequate protection against flooding and overheating.

"Climate-safe" building products conserve resources over their entire life cycle, are CO2 neutral, recyclable, free of pollutants and climate-resilient. ift Rosenheim has therefore developed the "climate.proof.build" assessment system in order to assess the diverse product requirements such as climate protection, climate adaptation and sustainability in a neutral, well-founded and clear manner. This provides builders, investors and planners with reliable information and decision-making criteria for searching for and purchasing suitable building products without "green washing".

to the concept incl. registration form for co-exhibitors

The following exhibits are being sought for the ift special show:

  1. Reduction of CO2 and GHG emissions + improvement in the energy efficiency of building products during manufacture, utilisation and reuse,
  2. Protection and resilience against climate extremes such as overheating, flooding, tornadoes and hailstorms,
  3. Use of renewable raw materials and/or a high proportion of
    recycled materials,
  4. Technologies to simplify energy-efficient refurbishment
    (serial refurbishment, assembly systems, modular construction),
  5. Products with optimised maintenance, care and disposal
    and therefore resource-saving,
  6. Adaptive solar shading systems that reduce the energy consumption of air conditioning units and protect against heat waves,
  7. Decentralised ventilation systems for night-time cooling and natural fresh air supply with minimum energy consumption,
  8. Digital control systems for building elements for CO2 minimisation, optimised living comfort and more safety,
  9. Green roofs and technologies to improve air quality and microclimate,
  10. Surfaces that do not heat up so much when exposed to solar radiation and thus protect the components from damage.

Connection to the key themes of BAU 2025

  1. Transformations (rededication of existing buildings)
    Development of modular building elements that can be easily adapted to new utilisation concepts (e.g. assembly frame for easy replacement of windows).
  2. Resource efficiency (sustainability, circular economy, CO 2 neutrality)
    Development of sustainable construction products with low resource consumption in production + use as well as a "climate-proof-build" assessment system for the neutral selection and decision of suitable products.
  3. Resilient + climate-friendly construction (climate adaptation, climate protection, health)
    Promotion of building products with better protection against heavy rain, heatwaves, hailstorms + tornadoes as well as a "climate-proof construction" rating system for the simple and independent selection of suitable products.
  4. Modular + serial construction (materials, manufacturing processes, digitalisation)
    Modular construction elements that are easier to maintain, repair, recycle and adapt to changing conditions of use. This means that modern building elements are sustainable, retain their value and are therefore more cost-effective in the long term.
  5. Economical construction (simpler construction)
    Provision of neutral information (energy consumption, maintenance, servicing, etc.) that enables cost transparency over the entire life cycle. Development of simpler procedures for assembly, maintenance and dismantling through modular designs and detailed product information that is available over the entire lifetime of building products.
View of an exhibition stand with many people
The ift Rosenheim special exhibition at BAU 2023

Stand concept + presentation

The exhibition stand uses fully functional exhibits to show which materials, constructions and technologies can be used to make buildings more sustainable and provide better protection against climate extremes.

The "climate.proof.build" assessment system is demonstrated using the exhibits presented and the necessary test procedures (hurricane test, test procedure for flood tightness, etc.).

The exhibits are supplemented by PC terminals on which detailed information and calculation/simulation tools as well as digital services can be presented and tested. (automatic EPD creation, CO2 calculator, Ökobaudat, control systems, digital services from co-exhibitors).

A media and association meeting place enables a direct and simple exchange.

Daily testing of the resistance of products to vandalism.

Numerous meeting opportunities at the exhibition stand invite visitors to exchange ideas with experts from ift Rosenheim and the co-exhibitors.

Are you interested in becoming a co-exhibitor?

At the special exhibition organized by ift Rosenheim and the BAU trade fair, you will have the opportunity to present your innovative products in an exciting environment at the BAU 2025.

Participation options

A participation (exhibit) B participation
Participation with exhibit and all services of the B participation. Presentation without exhibit. Mention as "manufacturer" in the documentation paper, ift website, logo on exhibition stand, etc.
Participation fee € 7,950.00 per exhibit/service. Participation fee € 1,950.00 per exhibit/service.

Further information on the participation options, prices, the included service and communication package as well as the registration form can be found under "Downloads".

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Jürgen Benitz-Wildenburg

Head of PR & technical Communication

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