Project Presentations

Campus Tower in HafenCity Hamburg - Germany
Construction of an arch bridge by lowering method - Japan
Dam Sarvsfossen - Norway
Hospital AZ Zeno in Knokke - Belgium
Amaliabridge Waddinxveen - The Netherlands
Herstal train station - Belgium
© MULTIPLE architecture & urbanism - photo: F. Dujardin
Hendrik Bulthuis Akwadukt Burgum - The Netherlands
Foundation of a glass arch bridge at TU Delft campus - The Netherlands
Approach bridge, Wuhu Yangtze River - China
The European Central Bank in Frankfurt - Germany
© Bollinger Grohmann
Viaduct over River Almonte - Spain
© Arenas & Asociados
The strongest UHPC bridge, Eindhoven - The Netherlands
E-line station Den Haag - The Netherlands
Hinged, double-decked tunnels in Antwerp - Belgium
Queen Máxima bridge, Alphen a/d Rijn - The Netherlands
Steel-concrete composite flat arch bridge - United Kingdom
© Commission Air
Foundation slab of the Shanghai Tower - China
Tunnel underneath highway A12 near Ede - The Netherlands
Maputo Katembe suspension bridge - Mozambique
The world’s largest sea lock in IJmuiden - The Netherlands
Bypass railway and road near the station of Mechelen - Belgium
Bridge Collision Protection Ramp in Kampen – The Netherlands
Prefab stands for soccer team KV Oostende - Belgium
Refurbishment of four lock bridges on the Albert Canal - Belgium
Infosys Multilevel Car Parking - India
Strengthening of a 100-year-old concrete arch bridge - Germany


In one of the parallel sessions during  the second day of the fib Symposium, Tuesday, June 13th, people from practice will present their challenging and outstanding projects. In total 28 projects from all over the world will be presented in this special session “Project Presentations”. Each presentation will last approximately 15 minutes including a 2-minute discussion.

Papers on these projects with interesting background information, technical details and impressive pictures will be collected in a special edition of the  Dutch Journal for concrete structural engineers ‘CEMENT’. For this occasion ‘CEMENT’ will be in English and will be available in the symposium bag as well as pdf on the symposium USB-stick.

In order to give people from practice and others, maybe not familiar with fib Symposia, the opportunity to attend these “Project Presentations” sessions, taste the atmosphere of a scientific symposium on concrete structures and meet with representatives from prominent companies during the exhibition, there is the possibility to register only for this day, Tuesday June 13th, 2017!