EDA confirms convention programme

28 March 2018

The European Demolition Association (EDA) has announced the programme for its 2018 Convention, which takes place in Vienna, Austria, in June. It is as follows:

Thursday, June 7

Workshop 1: Demolition estimating, how to prepare the most qualified bid

Workshop 2: Project management: set up, implementation and closing the job

Eda web

The EDA Convention takes place in Vienna in June

Workshop 3: Training for demolition workers, from apprentices to managers

Workshop 4: Towards an international demolition training and accreditation scheme

EDA General Assembly


Friday, June 8

Opening by the EDA president, William Sinclair

Introduction by the chairman of the conference, Andreas Pocha

Business intelligence about the European DDR (demolition, decontamination and recycling) activities

City-wide monitoring of demolished buildings and material quantities based on satellite images and GIS models

Case story: Extreme demolition in the heart of Munich

European Construction Sector Observatory: Trends of the construction industry in Europe

IAEA considerations on decommissioning (decontamination, dismantling and demolition) of nuclear facilities

Case story: Special projects decommissioning nuclear facilities with diamond tools

Identification of materials (including hazardous substances) prior to demolition. The new Austrian regulation

Funding for investment in Circular Economy, an opportunity for demolition and recycling companies

Safety on demolition operations, practical materials and better communication

Case story: Decontamination and demolition of petrochemical plants in South Africa

Bringing the industry together, the experience of the French Demolition Association

Case story: Engineering analysis and demolition modelling for the GA Dome, Atlanta (USA)

Case story: The demolition of the GA Dome, Atlanta (USA).

For more details, please visit www.europeandemolition.org

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