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ICCBP 2018: International Conference in Seoul

The 12th International Conference on Concrete Block Pavement (ICCBP 2018) will take place from 16 to 19 October 2018 in Seoul, Korea. The event will be organized by the Association of Block Pavement and will be sponsored by the Metropolitan Government of Seoul and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation, South Korea.

In Korea, the block paved areas have grown continuously, and the concrete block industry also expands dramatically. Participation in the conference will provide a common platform for decision makers, managers, maintenance engineers, practitioners and researchers.

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