Precast Study Trip 2019
Trimble would like to welcome precast detailers and producers from around the world to an annual study trip into European precast industry.
The seventh consecutive excursion takes us to Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands where nation’s leading precast companies offer you a practical insight into their BIM-based processes, productivity gains through precast product standardization and automated production. We will also introduce you to a variety of precast products and technical details used in Europe.
Join us for a 4-day study trip on second week of September 2019 to get new ideas and to network and build new relationships with the precast professionals around the world.
The language of the event is English. The study trip is free of charge, but participants cover their own flight and accommodation costs.
The study trip offers:
- Thorough presentations about design and detailing processes using BIM and collaboration software tools between project parties
- Factory tours showcasing different processes and different products/production lines
- Introduction to benefits of BIM based processes, product standardization and automated precast production systems by experienced precast professionals
- A chance for dialogue with top precast producers and design managers as well as with other trip participants
These are some of our confirmed visit hosts. We will update the list closer to the date.
Loe Betongelementer AS is one of Norway's leading suppliers of prefabricated concrete elements. With production both in Hokksund and in Skien, there is a short distance to central areas in Eastern and Southern Norway. Loe Betongelementer AS produces prefabricated concrete elements and steel structures for residential, industrial, business and office buildings as well as bridges. Loe Betongelementer has used Tekla Structures since 2004 in their operations.
Read more about how Loe Betongelementer integrates Tekla Structures to their workflow.
Spenncon was established in 1961 as Forspent Betong in Hønefoss, Norway. Today, Spenncon has four factories in central regions in Norway, sales of about NOK 1.0 billion and more than 500 employees. The four factories are located in Hønefoss, Hjørungavåg, Verdal and in Sandnes. They produce structural precast elements, for example hollow-core slabs.
Spenncon AS is owned by Consolis SAS. Consolis is the world's leading supplier of prefabricated concrete elements. With over 100 years of experience and 10,000 employees in locations in 28 countries, Consolis has a strong market position and a total turnover of about EUR 1.8 billion.
Byldis (formerly Hurks) has around 360 employees and has been awarded hundreds of millions in sales in recent years with the construction projects of residential towers in London.
Byldis is specialised in complex precast with untypical shapes and surfaces. At the factory, they produce both architectural and structural precast, such as wall panels, beams and columns. The elements are for buildings, such as landmark public or commercial projects but also infrastructure projects such as bridges. Complete façade elements are produced in Veldhoven and shipped to site.
They use production machinery and software from Progress group alongside Tekla Structures.
Snijders Ingenieursgroep is an independent engineering office located in Veldhoven (near Eindhoven) and Valencia (Spain). They are specialists in the field of engineering precast concrete constructions.
Cordeel Group NV is an independent family-owned business with 1,600 employees and an annual turnover of 650 million euros. With roots in Belgium, the company has grown to become a major European player. Builders by heart, they are fully committed to personal attention, long-term relationships, quality and service. Cordeel Group NV draws on broad base of expertise to serve clients across all aspects of the construction process, from design to delivery and maintenance.
As a full service provider with own production facilities for prefab concrete, reinforcement steel, metalworking and carpentry, Cordeel handles the entire construction process from idea to maintenance.
Study trip takes place on 9th - 12th September (please plan to arrive on 8th September).
More detailed information will be published later.
Arrive in Oslo, Norway on Sunday September 8th.
Presentation and factory tour (Norway)
Flight to Brussels
Presentation and factory tour (Belgium or the Netherlands)
Study trip ends
Over 95% of attendees would recommend Precast Study Trip to a colleague.