With its focus on "digital construction site Part 2”, the 64th edition of NordBau accompanies all those responsible for construction on the way to the networked construction site.
(Neumünster) From the 11th to 15th September 2019, the 64th edition of NordBau invites you to the Holstenhallen Exhibition Center in Neumünster in Schleswig-Holstein. The largest compact exhibition for construction in Northern Europe is the platform for civil engineers, builders, architects and craftsmen.
The "digital construction site Part 2" - step by step into a networked future!
Digitalization presents all those responsible for construction, construction sites, mechanical engineering and the planning office with major challenges. The level of knowledge about digital planning and design varies greatly from one construction and machine managers to the other. For this reason, NordBau, in close cooperation with the VDBUM - Association of the Construction, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering e.V., focused on the "digital construction site" and presented it very vividly and comprehensively at last year’s NordBau. The great interest of the visitors in this complex topic area shows how important it is to explain the digital work processes to those involved in construction and to identify possibilities for the future. For this reason, this successful concept will be continued at the 64th edition of NordBau with the "digital construction site Part 2". Dieter Schnittjer, Managing Director of the VDBUM, says: "A very decisive factor in the comprehensive topic of digitization is, that not everything that is digitally possible has to be implemented. In the future, we will use digital work processes as the normality in our operations on the construction site. But every company will decide for itself which processes are important for their working environment. It is like buying accessories or new technology in construction machines, talking to professionals who advise you. This also applies to the digital equipment. With the theme "digital construction site Part 2", we want to show that digitization is tangible and feasible for all businesses, if we break down the entire process into sub-requirements and everyone chooses what their daily work requires."