Bureau international du béton manufacturé (BIBM)
Federation of the European Precast Concrete Industry
Internationales Büro der Beton- und Fertigteil-Industrie
Internationaal Bureau van de Betonwarenindustrie
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1954-10-15 Brussels Belgium
Founded 15 Oct 1954, Brussels (Belgium), at 1st International Congress for Precast Concrete. New statutes 1993. Original name in English: European Federation for Precast Concrete (BIBM). Previously also known in English as International Bureau for Precast Concrete. Registered 9 Feb 1965, under Belgian law of 25 Oct 1919 (modified 6 Dec 1954).
Encourage circulation of information, experience and know-how at a supra-national level to find global solutions to issues affecting precast concrete and its image; cooperate closely on technical and environmental issues.
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