Austria

Construction Congress 2016 in Vienna

The Austrian Society for Construction Technology (öbv) stages the Construction Congress every two years for clients, the building and building materials industry as well as engineering offices. More than 2000 participants from over ten countries attended the latest event on April 28 and 29 in Vienna. For the first time Building Information Modelling for integrated Planning was dealt with and the cooperative project management associated with it examined at length. Of the more than 50 lectures on research and development, project development and construction practice presented, the following...

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