For more information on the Novel Construction Initiative, please click here.
The Novel Construction Initiative Fall Plenary Session will take place in Geneva on Wednesday and Thursday, 25 - 26 October 2017. We welcome and encourage all to participate in furthering this collaborative industry initiative and to invite member and non-member companies to present their innovative developments.
To view the current agenda of the meeting including the Novel Initiatives to be presented, please click here.
The current working groups:
|Planning & Design||Criss Shipman (G.I.E.)|
|Earthworks & Crossings||Paul Andrews (Fluor)|
|Welding & NDT||Jan van der Ent (Applus RTD)|
|New Trends & Innovation||Mustafa Abusalah (CCC)|
|Coatings||Frits Doddema (Seal for Life)|
|Environment||Sue Sljivic (RSK)|
|Logistics||Bruno Pomaré (Spiecapag)|
|Pre-Commissioning||Vincenzo Calabria (Sicim)|
|Bending||Geert Dieperink (Maats)|
|Health & Safety||Alain Gauthiez (Spiecapag)|
We have contracted standard rooms at a rate of CHF 190.- per night including breakfast. An additional cost of CHF 35.- will be charged for double occupancy. To take advantage of this rate, please email the reservation form to email@example.com before Friday 22 September.
We suggest you make your hotel reservations with an arrival on Tuesday to allow a prompt start on Wednesday morning.
This year the Novel Plenary Session is organised in conjunction with the Health & Safety Workshop. To learn more about this event, please click here.
We strongly encourage participants to attend both events.
For the first time, IPLOCA will offer a webcast for part of the H&S Workshop and the Novel Plenary Session. We encouuruage all those who are unable to attend the event to take advantage of this offer.
Delegates Choosing this option will only need a computer and an internet connection. They will have the opportunity to watch presentations live online and to ask questions in writing through a web link. More information on this option will be provided closer to the date.
Presentations from the previous Plenary Session in April included: