On 7 December 2016 TÜV SÜD Korea is hosting an International Symposium on Safety, Sustainability & Quality of Construction. Participants will gain insights on Seismic Risk Assessment for Cities and Infrastructure, Natural Hazard Identification as well as Loss Prevention. Further topics are green buildings and how to improve cost effectiveness of properties. The one-day event takes place at the Conrad Hotel in Seoul. Admission is free.
The way buildings are constructed around the world is changing. Natural hazards, exacting customer expectations, and tighter regulations are redefining the construction industry. Architects and building planners are being challenged to design safer, more efficient and sustainable properties. At the same time, property owners and operators are struggling in the face of higher energy and maintenance costs. To discuss these challenges, latest developments and solutions, the TÜV SÜD Symposium brings together experts and professionals from the construction industry, infrastructure insurances, research institutes, universities, safety associations, property and plant owners. Je-Dae Ha, a KEPIC nuclear lead auditor, will be holding the key note speech, focusing on the necessity for sustainable and safe construction in Korea.
Date: 7 December 2016, 09:30 a.m. to 15:15 p.m. (Registration and Reception from 09:00)
Venue: Studio 4 (6F), Conrad Hotel, Seoul
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