(Neumünster) The 64th edition of NordBau will take place from the 11th to the 15th of September at the Holstenhallen Neumünster. For over six decades, the largest compact construction exhibition in northern Europe has been the exchange platform and contact point for all construction managers and the construction industry in the entire Baltic Sea region!With its special exhibitions, "Sports facilities for the Future", "Designing Living Spaces + SmartHome" and "Digital Construction Site Part 2", NordBau will again this year be focusing on current developments. In addition, NordBau will for the first time allow visually impaired people to take a guided tour through the exhibition grounds.
Construction project brings people and cultures together. Strengthening the Baltic Sea Region
The launching of the 64th edition of NordBau will be dedicated to the currently largest and most expensive European infrastructure project - the Fehmarnbelt crossing! The pioneering 18-kilometer-long immersed tunnel does not only connect the northern European countries to the economic area of mainland Europe, but also strengthens the entire Baltic Sea region, creating bridges that will make people around the Baltic Sea to get culturally even closer together. The importance of this unique construction project is also highlighted by the large number of prominent figures who will attend the official opening of the 64th NordBau edition on September 11, 2019: Presenter Michael Grahl may in addition to the Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein, Daniel Günther, and the Mayor of the City Neumünster, Dr. Ing. Olaf Tauras, also be welcoming the ambassadors of the four northern countries: Anne Sipiläinen, Her Excellency the Ambassador of Finland; Petter Ølberg, His Excellency the Ambassador of Norway, Per Thöresson, His Excellency the Ambassador of Sweden and Friis Arne Petersen, His Excellency the Ambassador of Denmark. In addition, the NordBau will also be welcoming the CEO of HanseBelt Initiativkreis e.V. who is equally the Honorary Consul of Finland, Bernd Jorkisch, who will give his presentation on: "On to new horizons - we build a region of the future" wherein he will talk to all guests about the progress of the project, as well as its enormous challenges. "The realization of the Fehmarnbelt Crossing will enable a new European future axis between the cities of Hamburg and Copenhagen-Malmö, which will guarantee the North with diverse opportunities for positive economic and social development," says Bernd Jorkisch confidently.