Fédération internationale de la précontrainte (FIP)
1952-08-29 Cambridge UK
29 Aug 1952, Cambridge (UK). Subtitle: International Organization for the Development of Structural Concrete. Also referred to in English as International Federation of Prestressed Concrete and International Federation of Prestressed Concrete and Related Materials and Techniques, and in French as Groupement FIP. Ceased to exist, 1998, when merged with H-XD0628 - Euro-International Committee for Concrete to form C-XC0104 - Fédération internationale du béton (FIB).
Promote Groups for the worldwide advancement and development of concrete, prestressing and related materials and techniques; act as a link between associations, committees and federation groups in the field; exchange opinions on scientific and technical developments and innovations; promote research, development work and investigations; keep members informed of latest developments in the field.
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