11 August 2015
11 August 2015
NetComposites is pleased to welcome Premier Composites Technologies (PCT) as a formal sponsor of its seventh biennial Advanced Composites in Construction (ACIC 2015) conference on 9th- 11th September 2015 at St John's College, University of Cambridge, UK.
Premier Composite Technologies (PCT) is one of the largest manufacturers of advanced composites in construction in the world. Based in Dubai, its architecture team has undertaken the construction of several projects covering a wide range of high profile complex composite structures.
“As one of the largest manufacturer of composites in Architecture, we are delighted to be a part of ACIC. We have worked on several high profile projects involving the use of FRP as a material of choice and are happy to share our experiences,” said Gabi Böhm, Principal Architect at Premier Composite Technologies.
The ACIC conference will explore the use of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials in new and existing all-FRP structures as well as strengthening, refurbishment and reinforcement applications in traditional infrastructure. Attracting an international audience, ACIC promotes an active exchange of scientific and technical information on the rapidly changing scene of advanced composites in construction.
For more information on the conference, full programme and to register for the event please visit www.acic-conference.com.
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