And ultimately, this is today an important aspect, is easy to dispose of wood after the end of the use of a building or to exploit. All this contributes that the interest in building grows steadily with wood. Who today carries itself with the thought, even to build, or who professionally deals with the topics of construction and energy efficiency, which will be noted that there is a fast technological development in the timber construction. Also the regulations in the field of energy requirements now imposed on building, evolve constantly. An example of this is the energy saving Regulation (EnEV), which will be amended now almost a year and which will come into force October 1, 2009 in new version.
A great way to find out about all “to inform constructive and energetic issues of timber construction, green building Congress offers: building with wood”, which will take place on September 25, 2009 during the fair RENEXPO. Experts from science and industry will shed light on numerous topics related to building at this Congress with wood. More information is housed here: RioCan . Current research in timber construction, policies of environmental and climate protection as well as the importance of timber construction for the regional economy are reported in three subjects. In addition, current construction projects are presented, which convincingly demonstrate the multiple advantages of innovative dealing with wood. So, for example, Axel Jentsch, Managing Director will speak German society for wood research (DGfH), Munich on the pattern construction directive in the multi-storey timber construction for building classes 4 and 5. Architect Frank Lattke will demonstrate how by using the TES EnergyFacade”, a prefabricated timber building system, optimum results obtained in modernising energy in buildings can be. The RENEXPO is the international trade fair for renewable energy and energy efficiency in construction and renovation.
You celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and will take place from September 24 to 27 in the exhibition centre of Augsburg. Also in the framework of the exhibition, it revolves around the theme of wood construction: so there is part of the exhibition focus on interGreenBuilding for the first time a special exhibition on the subject of sustainable building with wood. The special show is supported by partners such as the timber industry Fund, C.A.R.M.E.N. e.V., the cluster initiative of forestry and wood in Bavaria, the network of wooden construction in the economic area of Augsburg and the Bavarian Forest Owners Association The fair is Thursday through Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 P.m. open. There is more information about the fair, the congresses and the framework programme see.