Autoclaved Aerated Concrete
Aerated concrete is a lightweight, porous building material, consisting of sand, lime, water and a small addition of aluminum powder. For years, it is the most widely used material wall in Poland.
Prefabrication of concrete are products made in the factory which are then, together with other elements, are part of a larger structure. It covers a wide range of assortments mass produced, from small to large blocks and prestressed elements in the ending.
Assembly of the Concrete Section
On 13 - 14 June 2019, the Assembly of the Concrete Section was held in Toruń. On the first day, participants visited selected rooms of the Cultural and Congress Center Jordanki and listened to detailed information on the construction of the facility.
Assembly of the ABK Section
On June 6, 2019, the Assembly of the ABK Section was held. The meeting consisted of two parts. In the first part, the members of the ABK Section discussed the current state of preparations for the 6th Conference "SPB 2019", the conference application MK Conference, the Media Builder offer and the issue related to the carbonation of ABK.
Seminar at the Cracow University of Technology
In the academic year 2018/2019, the Association of Concrete Producers continues its cooperation with the building departments of technical universities, including organization of seminars popularizing precast concrete and cellular concrete. The twenty-ninth meeting with this cycle took place on October 24, 2018 at the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Cracow University of Technology.
Assembly of both Sections of the SPS NOSPR Katowice
On 1 - 2 October 2018 in Katowice, the Secretary General of the SPB will be held, combined with the visit of NOSPR.
They were devoted to two parts. As part of the 2019 Section, I will become acquainted with the technical achievements of the SPB. This section also includes the conference "SPB 2019" and "Savings in the labor market".
The association is a partner of the competition for the development of a prefabricated housing system.
- Rising housing prices in Poland are the result of, among others to base the construction process on outdated technologies, the lack of a sufficient number of employees and unstable prices of building materials.
- The aim of the Mieszkanie Plus program is to reduce the cost of housing production on the market. Hence the need to radically increase the share of modern prefabrication, which will allow for the increase in the efficiency of implemented housing investments.
- A competition for the development of a prefabricated housing system has been launched as part of the Mieszkanie Plus program. The development of modern, repeatable technological solutions will allow the entire market to increase the scale of implemented investments and reduce their costs.
Seminar at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
On June 13, 2018, a seminar took place at the Faculty of Geodesy of Spatial Engineering and Construction at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. About 100 people attended. The seminar was officially opened by dr inż. Jacek Zabielski - Vice-Dean for Development and Cooperation of the Faculty of Geodesy of Spatial Engineering and Construction UWM and Józef Kostrzewski - Director Office of the Concrete Producers Association.