Technical Forum 2009:
„Construction unites“

“Construction unites” – this was the motto of the Technical Forum 2009 (Fig.). Lafarge Zement organizes this customer event every three years and combines lectures from politics, economy and research with an evening of entertainment. 250 guests accepted the invitation of Lafarge Zement and came to the Congress Center in Leipzig on 05.11.2009. “Construction unites” – this was also the motto of the meetings and discussions during the breaks when the participants took the opportunity to exchange views and to visit the exhibition in the foyer. To sum it up – it was a successful customer event that will certainly be continued in three years.


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