08 September 2017, Bangalore : The recently built Hall 4 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) has been granted Gold evaluations by both Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) under its New Building rating framework and US Green Building Council (USGBC) under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating level.
IGBC rating program covers approach’s to cover differing climatic zones and evolving ways of life. LEED accreditation is an official acknowledgment that a task agrees to the prerequisites recommended inside the LEED rating frameworks as made and kept up by USGBC. It is a globally acknowledged benchmark for plan, development and operation of green structures.
Remarking on accepting the renowned Gold rating grants for its green building, Mr. Jamshyd Godrej, Chairman – Exhibitions, IMTMA noted, “BIEC has accomplished a few turning points in its 10 year trip of giving a world class exhibition framework for exhibition coordinators. Getting the Gold confirmations from IGBC and in addition USGBC accentuates BIEC’s sense of duty regarding advancing a feasible situation for exhibition coordinators and also guests.”
Agreeing with Mr. Godrej’s view, Mr. V. Anbu, Director General and CEO, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association expressed, “BIEC had effectively influenced its stamp as far as supportability, to water effectiveness, vitality and climate, materials and assets, indoor ecological quality, development in plan, et cetera. Gold confirmation is yet another quill in the top of BIEC as a chief exhibition office that advances creative outline and maintainability.”
Finished in January 2017, BIEC’s Hall 4 is India’s biggest column less exhibition lobby. It quantifies 17,500 square meters and delivers a plenty of advantages for exhibitors and guests alike. It is recently fabricated, current and outfitted with the most recent enhancements as found in any world class exhibition venue. Corridor 4 accompanies a huge traverse of 75m column less grid outline structure and length of 235m. Twelve extra passage and leave doors for payload development on all sides of the lobby encourages speedier development of freight trucks and lessens the set-up time for exhibition coordinators. Lobby 4 has six guest sections and leave entryways for simple access.