In the context of GaLaBau 2018, International Trade Fair Urban Green and Open Spaces, bdla invited to a seminar on issues of construction technology and construction management in open space planning on Thursday, 13 September 2018.
Markus Illgas, bdla spokesman for construction technology and standards, together with four expert speakers guided the more than 150 participants of the bdla construction meeting through the "fabulous world of regulations" that afternoon.
At the advanced training event, which was held in cooperation with the Bundesverband Garten-, Landschafts- und Sportplatzbau BGL (Federal Association for Garden, Landscape and Sports Ground Construction), Wendelin Jehle (pictured), President of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für naturnahe Badegewässer e.V. (German Society for Natural Bathing Waters), Munich, was the first to provide information on the planning, construction and maintenance of swimming ponds and natural pools in accordance with the new FLL guidelines under the title "Wo der (Bade)Spaß aufhört" (Where the (bathing) fun stops).
Jochen Brehm, jochen brehm Sachverständigenbüro für Garten und Landschaft, Bestensee, titled his lecture on the anchoring of young trees and the effect of tree connections "Sits, fits, wobbles and has air".
Background and current status of the new working method "BIM" and the importance for the green sector were the subject of the presentation "Holy BIMbam!" by Prof. Andreas Thon, Hochschule GEISENHEIM University, head of the expert group "BIM in Landscape Architecture" at buildingSMART e. V. and of the FLL working group "BIM in Landscape Architecture".
The bdla Construction Meeting 2018 closed with a look at cost planning according to the (new) DIN 276 by Klaus-Dieter Aichele, landscape architect bdla, BIERBAUM.AICHELE.landschaftsarchitekten, Mainz.
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