“Building insteel as a circular added value" ist the subject of the event of the Business Club Luxembourg and ArcelorMittal: On this occasion, gmp partner Nikolaus Goetze will hold a lecture. On 18 May, in the Honorary Consulate of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, he examines the importance of steel as material used in architecture through examples of gmp projetcs. The event starts at 5.30 pm and is organized by IHK and the Chamber of Architects of Düsseldorf.
18 May 2017, 5.30-9 pm
6 pm Welcoming speech
6.20 pm Expert Lectures
7.45 pm Networking Cocktail
Honorary Consulate of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Heinrich-Heine-Allee 12, 40213 Düsseldorf
Energy efficiency, sustainability, and reusability are only a few characteristics of steel as material for the building industry. Its “Circular added value” is main topic of the event of Business Club Luxembourg and ArcelorMittal on Thursday, 18 May, in Düsseldorf. On this occasion, gmp partner Dipl.-Ing. Architect Nikolaus Goetze will hold an expert lecture. Under the title “Building in steel – back to the roots!” he will present a selection of gmp projects.
The event, which is organized in cooperation with IHK and the Chamber of Architects Düsseldorf, will be anchored by Martin Wocher, Editor at “Handelsblatt”. Admission is at 5.30 pm; from 7.45 pm onwards all participants will have the opportunity for individual exchange at the “Networking Cocktail”.