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BIBM is the international trade association of the concrete and precast industry and strives to defend the interests of the industry and promote international cooperation.
With the aim of increasing the impact and perception of the industry in the public as well as in politics, numerous trade associations of the precast concrete industry - regional and nationwide organizations - bundled their already existing, long-standing cooperation on cross-state and cross-disciplinary topics.
The FBF represents the Baden-Württemberg manufacturers of prefabricated, cement-bound components. As a business and employers' association, it supports and advises its member companies in the fields of economics, law, collective bargaining and social policy, and technology, among others.
The construction industry creates living space | connects people | secures pipeline networks | provides climate protection | offers jobs | trains people | is competent and efficient. Around 1,700 members are organized in the Baden-Württemberg brownfield association - small and medium-sized construction companies as well as large construction-industry companies. With a good 43,000 employees in the areas of building construction, civil engineering, road construction and expansion, they create lasting value for future generations.
Composites United e.V. (CU) is an association of companies and research institutions covering the entire value chain of high-performance fiber composites in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. CU Bau is the leading European network for the industrial application of fiber-reinforced materials in construction.
Five working groups are currently active in CU Bau: "Fiber composites for new construction and refurbishment", "Processes, procedures and digitalization", "Design, planning, dimensioning and construction", "Sustainability, health and circular economy" and "Education, public relations and cooperation with authorities".
Deutsche Bauchemie represents the interests of manufacturers of construction chemical products based in Germany. The association supports its member companies in all matters within the area of competence specified by the industry framework.
The International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib) formed by 43 national member groups and approximately 1,000 individual or corporate members, aims to develop at an international level the study of scientific and practical matters capable of advancing the technical, economic, aesthetic and environmental performance of concrete construction.
The Federation of the German Construction Industry (HDB) is the umbrella organization of the construction industry in Germany. BAUINDUSTRIE is the voice of construction vis-à-vis politics, administration and society and campaigns for the overall interests of the industry.
The DAfStb has the central task of promoting concrete construction as a safe, durable, economical and environmentally friendly construction method. It is the platform on which all activities of concrete and reinforced concrete construction in the field of research as well as regulation converge.
The DBV is an association for the promotion and further development of the scientific and technical fundamentals of concrete construction and civil engineering. Its tasks include the processing of rules and regulations and collaboration on national and international regulations, the dissemination of experience and knowledge through events and publications, and the promotion of research.
The future of construction is unthinkable without innovations. As a partner for application-oriented contract research, IAB's aim is to create synergies between business and science and to develop forward-looking solutions. Because the best way to realize innovations is to help shape them.
For more than seven decades, BFT has been the recognized industry magazine for manufacturers of concrete products and precast elements as well as for companies active in precast construction. It is aimed primarily at executives in this important industrial sector, and is distributed worldwide.