IAB Weimar

IAB Science Days successfully continued

“How can we build in a highly efficient and resource-conserving way simultaneously?” – This and many other challenges in relation to competitiveness, cost-effectiveness and sustainability were the topics of the IAB Science Days held on 11 and 12 November 2015 in Weimar.

The IFF Congress and the Pipeline Construction Congress as sections of the IAB Science Days presented innovations relating to the fields of building materials, simulations, proc-esses and equipment, concrete products and precast elements as well as gas, water, wastewater, local and district heating.

The event started with the...

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