17 January 2017
17 January 2017
The panel has been announced for CompIC 2017 and will consist of Network Rail, Rijkswaterstaat, Optima Projects and Connectra Global, which takes place on 31st January and 1st February in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The panel session, chaired by Joe Carruthers, Managing Director at NetComposites, will assemble on day one of the conference and will take questions from the audience arising from the themes of the day. It will also hold discussions around how to increase the use of composites in construction.
The panel consists of David Kendal, Optima Projects, Andrew Mafeld, Connectra Global, Jos Vorstenbosch, Rijkswaterstaat and Eddie Haddad, Network Rail, who will provide opinions from across the supply chain.
Carruthers said, “We’re really looking forward to what we expect to be an informative and lively session. CompIC has proven to be a fantastic conference in the past and so we fully expect audience participation to be at a high.”
The full programme for the conference is available at compositesin.construction/programme.
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