02 February 2016
02 February 2016
Diab will participate in CompIC (Composites in Construction) Middle East Conference, which will take place at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort in Dubai, UAE, 9-10 February 2016.
The exhibition is a follow-up to last year’s success of CompIC in Europe and an excellent networking opportunity for organisations and professionals working within the construction industry. Among confirmed speakers at this two-day-conference are DIAB’s Lars-Magnus Efraimsson, who will present the case of how composite construction helps save energy at the Madrid Bank of Bilbao Headquarters, and Todd Henry from the Composites Consulting Group (CCG), who will talk about designing and engineering considerations for composite materials within building construction.
For information about CompIC Middle East 2016, please visit http://mecompositesin.construction/
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