Sika Trade Seminar: Impermeable and durable industrial buildings

Sika Deutschland GmbH is continuing the successful series of trade seminars called „Bau & Praxis“ (building & practice) intended for architects, planners and the trades carrying out the work. This year’s main focus is dedicated to sealing systems for industrial buildings as industrial building construction, after suffering from reluctance as a result of the crisis of the last few years, provides for vital impetus in the building and construction industry in many places again.

The investment backlog is slowly resolving. However, planners and contractors are often facing particular challenges...

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