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Conference Highlights Challenges for Composites for Construction

24 February 2006

The UK’s Network Group for Composites in Construction (NGCC) will hold its Annual Forum early next month, highlighting some of the challenges and solutions to using composites in construction.

The event, on 8 March 2006 at BRE in Watford, will include presentations on architectural challenges, new building regulations, the latest composites research and the UK’s National Composites Network. Attendees will also be able to visit BRE's Innovation Park showing houses built with Modern Methods of Construction.

NGCC has undergone major changes during the last 12 months and presentations will be given at this event to explain how the group will be organised in the future in order to better meet the needs of both the construction and composites industries.

The event is free but delegates need to pre-register through the link below.





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