Book Review

DBV Conference 2013

Strengthen the Infrastructure – Secure the Future!

April 11 + 12, 2013 in Hamburg
Published by: German Society for Concrete and Construction Technology Inc. (DBV) 2013, Volume 23, 168 pp. with 250 Ill./Tab. and 198 Sources., 80. - euros.

Infrastructure needs the application of capital – essentially on a permanent basis, evident in new buildings and redevelopment measures; apart from the state, private clients for instance for structures for promoting new sources of power, are numbered among the investors. The various...

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