25 - 28 April 2018 / Tehran Permanent Fairground


Unlocking a Wealth of Potential in the World’s Last Untapped Markets

Harnessing the growing international interest in Iran’s construction industry as one of its biggest and most lucrative sectors, Project Iran is the country’s only multi-national construction trade exhibition providing direct access to carefully selected buyers with immense needs for modern solutions and technology.

Guaranteeing access to Iran’s multibillion dollar construction market, Project Iran will welcome thousands of international leading manufacturers, exporters, and industry leaders who will share their common vision to shape what is becoming the next regional economic giant.

Construction Sector

Needs for Modernization Promise Lucrative Opportunities

  • A Phase of New Investments and Higher Demand

    The lifting of economic sanctions on Iran is set to unlock USD 200 Billion worth of investments and increase import growth by more than USD 20 Billion.

  • Water projects

    Iran aims to finance its unfinished water projects (valued at USD 42.8 Billion) through foreign investment and loans from the World Bank and the Islamic Development Bank.

  • Tourism

    Iran has negotiated an investment package worth USD 25 Billion to revitalize its tourism which has been under the shadow of its petroleum industry.

Construction Market

Needs for Modernization Promise Lucrative Opportunities

Construction Market

154 $ Billion Construction Market Worth
12 % Estimated Annual Growth Rate of the Housing Sector
6.1 % Expected Average Annual Growth during the next 5 years
700 Thousand Housing units supplied


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Exhibits Profiles

See More The Profiles at Project Iran cover all Segments of the Construction Sector

Building Material & Equipment...

Aluminum Frames & Structures, Architectural Finishing Products, Ceramic Tiles, Concrete Products & Precast Structures, Construction Systems & Technologies...

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Stone & Stone Technology...

Cleaning & Restoration Products, Granite Blocks, Tiles & Slabs, Grinding Machinery, Marble Blocks, Tiles & Slabs, Marble Finished Products, Mosaic Multifunction...

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Energy & Lighting...

Biofuels, Cables and Wiring, Distribution Networks, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Supplies, High Voltage Transmission, Wind Energy, Photovoltaic Solar...

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Central Units, Components & Spare Parts, District Cooling Technology, Ducting Systems, Engineering Cooling, Industrial Fans, Instrumentation & Controls, Large...

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Travel To Iran

Traveling to Iran: All You Need to Know
  • Travel To Iran

Most foreign nationals need a visa to access Iran except for passport-holders from: Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Egypt, Georgia, Malaysia, Lebanon, Russia, Syria, Turkey, and Venezuela. The two main steps for the visa application are the following. First, you need the approval of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tehran that will issue a visa code. Second, you file an application form to the embassy that will then issue your visa.

Money and Currency

Credit cards are not yet usable in Iran; all payments should be done in cash. The Iranian official currency is Rial (IRR) but the common unit for the public is the Toman (1 Toman = 10 Rial). Currency exchange counters and special banks branches are available at the Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), and around Tehran city.

Dress Code

Men are requested to avoid wearing short shorts and extremely short sleeves and tight shirts in public. Women are expected to cover their head and hair with a scarf, while wearing long-sleeve shirts to cover their hands and loose clothing that covers the body. Foreign women are not however expected to wear a burka or anything that fully covers.


Iranians are very keen on engaging with foreigners although foreign languages are not commonly spoken. Exhibitors are advised to hire a translator. If you are unable to do so and require a translator, kindly inform us ahead of time to provide one for you. Translators will be provided on a daily charge basis and the cost will vary according to the selected language(s).

For further details, contact us at: info@gecfairs.com

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