Kalpesh Kinariwala, Head of Pantheon Real Estate, confirmed that he is a leader in the global construction market using 3D technology in the UAE and Dubai.
Kinariwala said: “Emirate has actively promoted 3D printing in construction, with the goal of having 25 percent of buildings built using the technology by 2030 become a regional and international hub for 3D printing technology.”
He pointed out that the demand for 3D home construction is increasing around the world, driven by the benefits offered by technology. Until 2028, according to recent research.
Kinariwala added, “We are in talks with three companies in the US and Europe to get G + 10 floor construction proposals. Modern laws such as the business aspect” and those wishing to engage in 3D are the first to register with the municipality, improving the efficiency of Dubai construction projects, and the competitiveness of the local industry. Increasing, reducing waste and attracting leading companies in the United States as part of its larger project, adopting advanced technologies to promote and promote economic growth.
The growing technology of 3D technology in the design and construction of a wide range of construction projects is primarily due to the accuracy and quality it offers, as well as the cost-effectiveness it provides. In addition, 3D printing can help solve housing shortages, provide relief to disaster victims, and alleviate construction labor shortages in some developing countries.
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