08 April 2019
08 April 2019
Holland Composites has been selected to speak at the 2019 Composites in Construction Conference this year in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Holland Composites’ exposure in engineering and constructions in high-end architecture completed around the globe, contributed towards Holland Composites recognition as a composite construction expert.
Composites in Construction 2019 is organised by NetComposites and the event in Amsterdam will be held on 10-11 April, where it will bring together composites & construction industry experts from Europe and around the world. The event will focus on expanding and exploring the success stories, advantages and obstacles of using composites in construction applications.
Pieterjan Dwarshuis, Founder of Holland Composites, will be speaking at the event on the topic ‘Composites Applications in High End Architecture’. The session will cover how Holland Composites adds value through the implementation of best-practice composite engineering and creation, prior and during the design and building development of high-end architectural projects. Dwarshuis will speak on the pros and cons of composites as a building material. Numerous high-end architectural projects will be presented showing that the impossible can be made possible with composites.
“The building industry is still very traditional while the world is becoming ‘circular and innovative’. Modern and lightweight building materials like composites are pushing the boundaries to the next level. We love to be part of that while delivering the highest standards in the composites construction industry.”
Holland Composites is a Dutch company that produces advanced composite products for a diverse and international customer base. At Holland Composites we produce composite products according to the customer requirements. Design, engineering and construction all take place under one roof.
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