Fachvereinigung Deutscher Betonfertigteilbau

Management team with its positive balance in Speyer

At this year’s annual general meeting of the Association of German Precast Construction (FDB) in Speyer, Germany, the FDB Management Team drew a positive balance for the year 2016 until now: all projects to date have been executed according to plan, and financial resources have been employed within the stipulated framework.

Formal approval was unanimously granted to the Executive Board and Management for the business year of 2015, and the budget for 2017 with new projects was unanimously passed. A moderate increase in the contribution of the sponsoring members, the first since September 2004,...

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