FBF/Güteschutz

Event series “Quality in building planning” in southern Germany

The event series “Quality in building planning,” which comprises a total of 16 seminars, will begin once again in southern Germany. It will address consulting engineers and structural engineers active in production plants for structural elements. The seminars will focus on design based on current standards, with presentation of example cases. Based on Eurocodes EC 2, EC 3, EC 5 (and/or EC 6), advanced seminars will take up the following topics: design and structural detailing of precast elements, design and construction of prestressed concrete structures, design and construction of...

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