CIB W062 symposium on water supply and drainage for buildings

23 August 2017

The Dutch society for building services TVVL hosts the 43rd international symposium of CIB W062 Water supply and drainage for buildings in Haarlem, the Netherlands on 23 – 25 August. The symposium is open to all experts, researchers and practitioners of the regulators and industries from all over the world.

Date: 23-25 August 2017
Location: Haarlem, the Netherlands
Organiser: CIB/TVVL The Netherlands

TVVL The Netherlands invites you to participate in the 43rd International Symposium of CIB W062 Water Supply and Drainage for Buildings.

The W062 Symposium 2017 is open to all experts, researchers and practitioners of the regulators and industries from all over the world who are interested in the development of building water supply and drainage.

Beyond smart cities
TVVL has chosen the meta theme ‘Beyond Smart Cities’ for 2016-2020, in 2017 the focus will be on water.

Worldwide many people are choosing to live in cities, for different reasons, living relatively close together on a small area of land. The city needs to be set up in a clever and compact way.

Not only as far as planning goes, but also regarding safety, nutrition, energy, water, waste stream, etc.

Stimulate research
The International council for research and innovation in building and construction (CIB) was established in 1953 as an association whose objectives were to stimulate and facilitate international cooperation and information exchange between governmental research institutes in the building and construction sector, with an emphasis on those institutes engaged in technical fields of research.

CIB has developed into a worldwide network of over 5000 experts from about 500 member organizations active in the research community, in industry or in education, who cooperate and exchange information in over 50 CIB commissions covering all fields in building and construction related research and innovation.

Within CIB, the W062 commission reports on research results, industrial developments and standardisation progress.

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