Structural Design of Industrial Buildings 2017

08th – 09th March, 2017
Brussels, Belgium

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Emerging Approaches Towards A Prosperous European Industrial Construction Sector

Towards A New Industrial Construction Design For Europe

“Global Construction 2030 – which forecasts that the volume of construction output will grow by 85% to $15.5 trillion worldwide by 2030.”

“Steel is the most versatile industrial material in the world. The overall EU steel consumption in 2015 was grown by 1.5% with the rise of almost 5% in total imports over the year. The EU steel consumption will grow between 1.9% and 2.7% in 2016”

 

About the Event

As environmental issues continue to change with increasing urban development, the requirements which  industrial buildings must meet in terms of sustainability and cost effectiveness becomes ever more demanding.

The efficient structural design of industrial facilities requires engineers to understand the issues that can affect stability, safety, and serviceability.

To prevent serviceability failures that affect productivity of industrial facilities, construction and steel structure engineers need to look for systematic and cutting-edge solutions which offer longevity and scalability.

As efficiency codes have come into effect in recent years, new construction technologies and methods have emerged. Construction engineers are on the cutting edge of the newest methods of construction intended to improve efficiency, performance and reduce construction waste.

According to the UN’s latest forecast dating July 2015, world population will reach 8.5 billion in 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050..This will be accompanied by rapid urbanisation. As the need for buildings and infrastructure continues to grow worldwide, reducing consumption of natural resources and associated emissions is crucial for future sustainability.

Steel is extensively used in the construction of industrial building of larger spans where concrete construction is not feasible. The important elements of industrial buildings are purlins, rafters, roof truss, wind bracing and columns

Structural designers, civil  and structural engineers want to enhance structural design solution to Industrial buildings. Every industrial structure has own requirement of the structure. Long unobstructed span, large headway, heavy weight of machine, minimum vibration, gantry requirement, natural sunlight, heating and cooling etc., are ideal requirement of industrial structures.

The basic Objective in structural analysis and design is to produce a structure capable of resisting all applied loads without failure during its intended life. calculating design loads and determine dynamic  loading,  including  crane, equipment and seismic factors structure analysis, design, drafting and inspection and high quality & economical solution to the  projects.

Before planning of any industrial building, the data is collected about -type of structure, site conditions, loading conditions, type of environmental exposure, earthquake zone and wind zone.

In the design of industrial buildings, load conditions and geometrical factors will dictate the degree of complication and hence the economy. The designer should possess good knowledge about the industrial process or purpose for which the building is intended. In this way, an optimum balance between safety, function and economy can be achieved. The main dimensions of an industrial building are usually determined from a combination of functional and design considerations.

As stated in a report that currently, about 35% of the EU’s buildings are above 50 years old. They are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the EU.

Building Information Models (BIM) are increasingly being used by Structural engineers across the globe to develop industrial building projects.

Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference: The Conference will highlight the different forms and range of Application of Industrial Buildings designed in Europe and the future of the structural engineering, aiming to discuss the current practices and challenges, and identifying the way forward to bridge the gap.

The Conference will discuss the issues in Seismic Performance and Behavior in Assessment of Industrial Buildings.

The Conference will focus on the major Trends for a modern industrial construction of buildings across Europe.For the developing countries, adoption of innovative construction techniques and various versatile steel structures is paramount for an advancement of their economies. The Conference will also provide the attendees an understanding of the recent developments and innovations in Structural Design of Industrial Buildings with respect to European Perspective.

This conference is all about industries, infrastructure, buildings; those are made from an organized combination of structural steel that can carry loads and provide adequate rigidity and also required flexibility. The scope of this conference is to facilitate knowledge transfer between industrial personnel and scientific researchers on the topics related to construction and expand the boundaries of civil engineering.

The Conference will also discuss the obligations that are missing at EU level, National level, and at Regional to meet the goals of the EPBD and its Significant role for encouraging the uptake of highly energy efficient glass to Nearly Zero-Energy by 2020.

Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference: will also provide understanding about the 3D Model of Historical Industrial Building Design of Europe. It will also highlight about how European Industry deals with Cyber security policy in order to provide a secure environment to workers.

The Conference will give us an insight into what will be the Outlook on Construction Industry in the Unified European Market.

The Conference will create a perfect platform for global networking as it brings together renowned experts, speakers, researchers, business persons from all areas of Civil Engineering, Architectural, Structural Engineering, Mechanics and other related areas, steel associations, steel traders, building and construction professionals, Developers, Contractors, Interior Design, Consultancy, Building Material manufacturers across the globe to understand about the advances in the field of Construction and Steel Structures which are one of the crucial factors in the economic prowess of the developed countries.

 The Conference will confabulate the Current Challenges facing the Structural Engineering Industry of Europe.

 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Introduction to Steel Role in Designing in Europe: Steel Buildings in Europe/ Steel in European Construction market.
  • Overview of the European Construction Market
  • Forms and Range of Application of Industrial Buildings designed in Europe

  • Major Trends of Construction of Industrial Buildings across Europe/ Current situation for modern industrial construction or design of buildings

  • Apprehend 3D Model of Historical Industrial Building Design of Europe: Analysis and Interpretation with AutoCAD Architecture

  • Design of an Industrial Building: Perspective of European and Russian Construction Norms

  • An Approach for Steel Framed Industrial Buildings in Europe

  • Sustainability Driven Trends and Innovation in Smart usage of Glass in respect to Structural Design of European Industrial Buildings

  • What are the Major Considerations or Key Design factors involved before detailed designing of an Industrial Building in Europe?
  • Current Challenges Facing the Structural Engineering Industry of Europe

  • Outlook on Construction Industry in the Unified European Market
 
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Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference is an excellent opportunity to enhance business  relations in a positive learning environment. Through this event, you will be in a position to raise your corporate profile and showcase your products and services to the people associated with the Construction of industrial buildings and design.

 
 

KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

The Future of European construction sector and its market outlook

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Constructing the Europe of Tomorrow

In today’s world, development and innovation translate nation’s strength, so does the construction of industrial building sector. Construction is likely to be one of the most dynamic industrial sectors in the next fifteen years and is utterly crucial to the evolution of prosperous societies around the world.

When it comes to Europe, whilst it won’t recover to reach pre-crisis levels until 2025, the UK is a stand-out growth market, overtaking Germany to become the largest in Europe and the world’s sixth largest construction market by 2030.

The real estate experts have increasingly reported signs of market recovery in most of the local european construction markets.The European construction sector recorded 129 deals in 2015, slightly up from the 127 deals recorded in 2014.

As far as european construction sector is considered, it has played pivotal role in the overall development of european architecture of industrial building and there is more to be expected from it in future. The construction sector is of high economic relevance in the EU. It counted 3.1 million enterprises in the 27 member states in 2007 that together generated a combined value added of EUR 562 billion (EUROSTAT 2010).

Another important achievement of  construction sector in europe is that it has become employment generator,with 14.8 million people employed it is also the largest industrial employer in the EU, providing 30% of the industrial employment.

According to Euroconstruct, the European market as a whole is forecast to grow at 2% per annum from 2014 to 2016, the beginning of what is expected to be a protracted recovery. Even if the projections of construction work growth are fulfilled, output and capacity utilisation in the European construction sector as a whole will remain at a relatively low-level.

Across Europe, residential construction will drive much of the anticipated growth (average 3.2% growth, 2014-2016), with civil engineering (1.9%) and non-residential construction (1.5%) growing less quickly.

In 2016, growth has finally returned to the European construction sector. This should even accelerate further in 2017. Great disparities between Northern and Southern Europe remain a big challenge for the industry, but at least the gap will not get wider anymore. Civil engineering is forecast to be the sub-sector with highest growth.

Future of  European construction  and market outlook will be discussed in detail at Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference, 8-9th March 2017,Brussels, Belgium.

Key Highlights

  • Introduction to Steel Role in Designing in Europe: Steel Buildings in Europe/ Steel in European Construction market.
  • Overview of the European Construction Market
  • Forms and Range of Application of Industrial Buildings designed in Europe
  • Major Trends of Construction of Industrial Buildings across Europe/ Current situation for modern industrial construction or design of buildings
  • Apprehend 3D Model of Historical Industrial Building Design of Europe: Analysis and Interpretation with AutoCAD Architecture
  • Design of an Industrial Building: Perspective of European and Russian Construction Norms
  • An Approach for Steel Framed Industrial Buildings in Europe
  • Sustainability Driven Trends and Innovation in Smart usage of Glass in respect to Structural Design of European Industrial Buildings
  • What are the Major Considerations or Key Design factors involved before detailed designing of an Industrial Building in Europe?
  • Current Challenges Facing the Structural Engineering Industry of Europe
  • Outlook on Construction Industry in the Unified European Market

KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

The Future of European construction sector and its market outlook

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Constructing the Europe of Tomorrow

In today’s world, development and innovation translate nation’s strength, so does the construction of industrial building sector. Construction is likely to be one of the most dynamic industrial sectors in the next fifteen years and is utterly crucial to the evolution of prosperous societies around the world.

When it comes to Europe, whilst it won’t recover to reach pre-crisis levels until 2025, the UK is a stand-out growth market, overtaking Germany to become the largest in Europe and the world’s sixth largest construction market by 2030.

The real estate experts have increasingly reported signs of market recovery in most of the local european construction markets.The European construction sector recorded 129 deals in 2015, slightly up from the 127 deals recorded in 2014.

As far as european construction sector is considered, it has played pivotal role in the overall development of european architecture of industrial building and there is more to be expected from it in future. The construction sector is of high economic relevance in the EU. It counted 3.1 million enterprises in the 27 member states in 2007 that together generated a combined value added of EUR 562 billion (EUROSTAT 2010).

Another important achievement of  construction sector in europe is that it has become employment generator,with 14.8 million people employed it is also the largest industrial employer in the EU, providing 30% of the industrial employment.

According to Euroconstruct, the European market as a whole is forecast to grow at 2% per annum from 2014 to 2016, the beginning of what is expected to be a protracted recovery. Even if the projections of construction work growth are fulfilled, output and capacity utilisation in the European construction sector as a whole will remain at a relatively low-level.

Across Europe, residential construction will drive much of the anticipated growth (average 3.2% growth, 2014-2016), with civil engineering (1.9%) and non-residential construction (1.5%) growing less quickly.

In 2016, growth has finally returned to the European construction sector. This should even accelerate further in 2017. Great disparities between Northern and Southern Europe remain a big challenge for the industry, but at least the gap will not get wider anymore. Civil engineering is forecast to be the sub-sector with highest growth.

Future of  European construction  and market outlook will be discussed in detail at Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference, 8-9th March 2017,Brussels, Belgium.

KEEPING UP WITH THE INDUSTRY’S VIEWS

The Future of European construction sector and its market outlook

Posted on: 24 January 2017

Constructing the Europe of Tomorrow

In today’s world, development and innovation translate nation’s strength, so does the construction of industrial building sector. Construction is likely to be one of the most dynamic industrial sectors in the next fifteen years and is utterly crucial to the evolution of prosperous societies around the world.

When it comes to Europe, whilst it won’t recover to reach pre-crisis levels until 2025, the UK is a stand-out growth market, overtaking Germany to become the largest in Europe and the world’s sixth largest construction market by 2030.

The real estate experts have increasingly reported signs of market recovery in most of the local european construction markets.The European construction sector recorded 129 deals in 2015, slightly up from the 127 deals recorded in 2014.

As far as european construction sector is considered, it has played pivotal role in the overall development of european architecture of industrial building and there is more to be expected from it in future. The construction sector is of high economic relevance in the EU. It counted 3.1 million enterprises in the 27 member states in 2007 that together generated a combined value added of EUR 562 billion (EUROSTAT 2010).

Another important achievement of  construction sector in europe is that it has become employment generator,with 14.8 million people employed it is also the largest industrial employer in the EU, providing 30% of the industrial employment.

According to Euroconstruct, the European market as a whole is forecast to grow at 2% per annum from 2014 to 2016, the beginning of what is expected to be a protracted recovery. Even if the projections of construction work growth are fulfilled, output and capacity utilisation in the European construction sector as a whole will remain at a relatively low-level.

Across Europe, residential construction will drive much of the anticipated growth (average 3.2% growth, 2014-2016), with civil engineering (1.9%) and non-residential construction (1.5%) growing less quickly.

In 2016, growth has finally returned to the European construction sector. This should even accelerate further in 2017. Great disparities between Northern and Southern Europe remain a big challenge for the industry, but at least the gap will not get wider anymore. Civil engineering is forecast to be the sub-sector with highest growth.

Future of  European construction  and market outlook will be discussed in detail at Structural Design Industrial Buildings Conference, 8-9th March 2017,Brussels, Belgium.

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