Berlin conference programme released

By Lindsay Gale10 January 2014

The Deutscher Abbruchverband has released the programme for its 2014 Berlin Demolition conference that will take place on 28 and 29 March at the Intercontinental Berlin hotel on Budapaster Strasse. Once again, the DA has arranged for simultaneous translation into French and English to be available for the event. D&Ri has been attending this event every year, and considers it to be one of the best information forums for the industry, as well as being among the best attended events for the industry worldwide – it is well worth taking the time to be there.

As is normally the case with this event, the conference features a packed programme, with a total of 19 technical papers scheduled to be presented over the course of the full day on the 28 March. A wide range of topics will be covered, from practical examples of modern demolition projects, such as the Ticona plant decommissioning, the Sinntal road bridge blowdown and the Sparkasse HQ renovation project, through to the latest in recycling technology, training and demolition regulations.

On the Saturday, the DA will offer trips to view ongoing demolition projects in the region around Berlin, with the day kicking off with a forum discussion. But of course, the previous evening will see the traditional outing to the ‘Old Pumphouse’ for an evening of Frei Bier and traditional Berlin fare, an effective lubricant for discussion.

The full programme is atteched to this story along with the registration form.

Download: Berlin Conference Programme 2014
Download: 2014 Registration Form

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