Evolving to low-energy buildings at ARBS 2010

Friday, 19 February, 2010

The 2010 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services exhibition (ARBS 2010) has opened online registrations and will welcome visitors between 12-14 April at the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre, Darling Harbour.

The event is for professionals and trade visitors only. Each exhibition attracts a growing audience of those involved in the design and construction of sustainable, energy-efficient buildings and the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) products and services.

In addition, a program of over 40 seminars, conducted by local and international presenters, covers the why, where and how of designing and building efficient, high-performance buildings.

The exhibition will also host the inaugural ARBS Industry Awards, which will put the spotlight on the exceptional talent in the industry. Finalists will be listed on the ARBS website from 10 March and winners will be announced at a gala dinner during ARBS 2010 on 13 April.

Exhibition manager Sue Falcke said the exhibition, seminars and awards offered the opportunity for the industry to come together, to learn, to network and to recognise outstanding achievements.

“ARBS is the largest event for HVAC&R and building services professionals in the Southern Hemisphere. Held biennially, it’s the highlight of the industry calendar,” she said.

Visitors are encouraged to pre-register online for both the seminars and exhibition. Registration details and a full list of speakers and exhibitors are available at www.arbs.com.au.

About ARBS

Where: Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre

Opening times:

  • Monday 12 April - 10 am to 6 pm
  • Tuesday 13 April - 10 am to 6 pm
  • Wednesday 14 April - 9am to 4pm


  • Exhibition - free of charge, trade visitors only
  • Seminars - visit the website for individual seminar fees
  • Awards dinner - see details and prices online


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