【AT】Listen to who’s hammering there – com:bau 2022

com:bau will once again present itself as the largest construction fair in the four-country region in 2022 and bundles all topics related to architecture, construction trade, energy and real estate over three days.


The building plan of com:bau is changing and will be adapted from mid-March to the end of April 2022.


Based on numerous feedback from exhibitors and partners with regard to the current COVID situation, we have made the decision to postpone com:bau in the Dornbirn trade fair quarter on the 29th. April to 1st May 2022 to postpone.


High up?

Yes – with us. We will work on site again in 2022. Build on your future and present yourself at com:bau 2022 to the building-savvy audience from the wealthy four-country region. Personal exchange, individual sales talks, facial expressions, gestures and much more can be experienced when com:bau from the 29th April – 01. May 2022 moves back into the trade fair quarter in Dornbirn.


A professional implementation of the various subject areas, the targeted use of cross-media communication services and last but not least individual and personal support for exhibitors are the strengths of our project team and thus the guarantee for your successful trade fair appearance.

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