On behalf of IPHA and the 3 participating companies, thank you to the members that joined us for the fourth live IPHA webinar.
If you would like to contact any of our presenters to ask questions or discuss their ideas further, their details are as follows:
For those members that missed or were unable to attend the live webinar, there is an opportunity to watch a replay. Before we tell you how, here’s a reminder of the topics.
Cross Section on Demand of the Project | Prensoland
Enric Solsona, Area Manager at Prensoland, shared with us the details of an interesting project. It provided a rich example of how hollowcore compares to competing flooring techniques, and the benefits it can bring to the speed of construction.
Any Precast, Any Challenge – Better Productivity with Connected Workflows | Trimble
Tero Kautto, Global Business Development manager at Trimble, talked about how modern technologies offer connected and more efficient workflows to ensure uninterrupted project delivery, high quality and increased productivity.
4 Ways 2 Succeed | Combilift
Ulrick Staudal, Key Account Manager at Combilift, talked about four key aspects of lifting solutions: – Speed, Safety, Space and Savings, and how they can help you to succeed.
Don’t miss the next webinar…
The next IPHA webinar is now confirmed for April 9, 2021 at 10am (GMT) / 11am (CET). Please put the date in your diary.
We already have 3 new participants lined up – Sika, Spiroll and Van Der Blij.
They are sure to build on the success of our earlier webinars, with some interesting topics and new developments that will be of interest to our members.
Further information on this and your chance to register for the event will follow soon.
Watch a replay of the third webinar
The replay of the webinar is available to all IPHA members. To watch it, you’ll need to log in to members’ area on the website by clicking the button below.
Once there, you’ll find the video embedded via the IPHA YouTube channel. This is private and not listed publicly.
If you have trouble logging in, or do not have an account, you can request support via firstname.lastname@example.org.