Kick-Off for Buildings and Infrastructure | More than 25 Study Partners

25 November 2016 Allgemein, News, Veranstaltungen AZL Admin

On November 21st, the Kick-Off Meeting for the Joint Market and Technology Study on New Potentials for Composite Technologies in Buildings and Infrastructure took place in Aachen.

More than 40 participants representing more than 20 companies were updated on the objectives, procedure and structure of the study as well as learned on the first outcome from the questionnaire. In vital discussions first input for the study content was given by the participants.

The 1st report meeting will take place on March 22nd, 2017 in Aachen and will be exclusively for participants of the study.

AZL Partner Companies who already joined the study, have an overview on all presentations and documents during the study at our AZL Partner Section.

External participating companies will receive these information by e-mail.

Get an overview on all AZL activities related to Buildings & Infrastructure here.


We look forward to this promising study.


The 6-months study starting in November is designed as a joint market study involving players along the value chain of the markets of composites as well as Buildings & Infrastructure. This approach allows participants to benefit from the knowledge of all study partners and experts who are involved in the project. Study participants will be a direct part of the study and will be able to influence the progress according to their specific demands. The study is the first step to initiate long term cooperation between players from the composite industry and Buildings & Infrastructure.

This approach has been successfully implemented within a branch independent joint study with 34 participating international companies along the entire value chain.

Interested companies can benefit from the insights into the structures of these highly diversified markets and the specific technological challenges regarding construction, materials, applications and production technologies. More