6th - 7th Feb 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Composites in Construction Conference
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2017 Attendees Included:

  • Poly Products NL
  • C6(n) Technology
  • Indupol Composite Solutions
  • Frico Group
  • TORAY Carbon Fibers Europe
  • J Murphy
  • Conbility
  • Acciona
  • Network Rail
  • Infra Composites
  • Mott MacDonald
  • EPTA
  • Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency
  • Rijkswaterstaat
  • Institute of Civil Engineers - Netherlands
  • Covestro Deutschland
  • University of Lyon
  • Tony Gee & Partners
  • University of Castilla-La Mancha
  • Feilden & Mawson
  • Construction Composites
  • Gurit Composite Engineering
  • Rail Alliance
  • i3 consulting
  • Construction Composites
  • Multiplast
  • Lifespan
  • R-Tech Services
  • Technical Fibre Products
  • Scott Bader
  • CompoSIDE
  • STRUCTeam
  • Sicomin
  • NORD Composites
  • Witteveen+bos
  • Lemercier-Bona Architects
  • UNStudio
  • Atkins Global
  • Armacell
  • Royal HaskoningDHV
  • Solico
  • Exel Composites
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Kentucky
  • Startlink Systems
  • Optima Projects
  • Connectra Global
  • TU Eindhoven
  • Strand7
  • Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists
  • Bridge Design & Engineering
  • Pak Gro Solutions
  • Scott Bader
  • DIAB

Composites in Construction

Reinforcing the future of the modern built environment.

CompIC 2019 will continue to expand and explore the success stories, advantages and obstacles of using composites in construction applications.

Join the debate and discover common interests in developing fibre reinforced polymer composites as the material of choice for an increasing number of construction and infrastructure projects.

The next European CompIC conference and exhibition will take place in Amsterdam, 6-7 February 2019.

This conference attracts an audience of professional end-users, architects, asset owners, composite manufacturers, material suppliers, consultancies, designers, researchers and academics.

The call for papers is now open and you can register now to secure your place at CompIC 2019 and hear about the latest developments in fibre reinforced composite construction materials.

CompIC 2019


Our exhibition package provides the opportunity to market your brand with a range of benefits, both at the event and online. Exhibiting raises awareness of your organisation to industry decision-makers and includes one delegate place.

Conference dinner

Join us for an evening of fine food, wine and entertainment whilst continuing to network with delegates in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Cost per head is £65 (plus VAT).

Call for papers

Abstracts are now being sought from potential speakers with a closing date of 27 July 2018. Selected speakers qualify for a special speaker rate. Click on the icon above and submit an abstract up to 250 words online.



  • Save £100 from the standard delegate rate
  • Two days of great content
  • Fantastic networking opportunity

Delegate Earlybird Rate Expires:
20th December 2018


  • Reduced student rate


  • Reduced speaker rate upon accepted abstract
  • All the benefits of a full delegate



Registration, Networking and Exhibition


Welcome & Group Exercise

Joe Carruthers - NetComposites


Keynote: The Future of Building – The Growing Use of Composites in Construction and Architecture

Andrew Mafeld - Connectra Global


Design & Analysis: Bridge Paradis – Design of a 42m FRP Footbridge for Norway

Liesbeth Tromp - Royal HaskoningDHV


Design & Analysis: The Pre-study as a Decision Tool When Considering FRP for Large Architectural Structures of Novel Design

Nicolas Siohan - Gurit Composite Engineering


Break, Networking and Exhibition


Design & Analysis: Simulation Tools for Improving the Design Process

Erik Panos Kostson - Strand7 UK


Design & Analysis: Development of UK Design Guidance for FRP Bridges

Neil Farmer - Tony Gee & Partners


Lunch, Networking and Exhibition


Keynote: Free-form Geometry in FRP Structural Roof

David Kendall - Optima Projects


Projects: NANOLEAP: A European Tool to Promote a Network of Pilot Lines Addressed to the Introduction of Nanocomposites in Building Construction and Civil Infrastructure

Jose-Luis Valverde - University of Castilla-La Mancha


Projects: OSIRYS – Biocomposite Façades and Interior Partitions for New Builds and Restoration

Rob Henderson - UNStudio


Projects: A Digital Platform and Environment for Exploiting Novel Technologies and Products in the Rail Sector – Delivering Radical Footbridge Designs

Eddie Blackett - Rail Alliance


Break, Networking and Exhibition


Osirys Project Workshop – Parallel Session


Case Study: Design, Fabrication and Mounting of Composite Domes on Top of Orthodox Cathedral in Paris

Guillaume Kemlin - Multiplast and Stefan Reuterlöv - Armacell Benelux


Case Study: Bio-based Composite Moveable Bridge

Wouter Claassen - Witteveen+Bos


Group Exercise Feedback Session

Joe Carruthers - NetComposites


Panel Session: What are the Barriers Faced when Using Composites in Construction?

Eddie Haddad - Network Rail, Jos Vorstenbosch - Rijkswaterstaat Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Andrew Mafeld - Connectra Global and David Kendall - Optima Projects




Conference Dinner


Registration, Networking and Exhibition


Materials & Structures: Spacelink PGRP Trusses – Joints Without Steel Bolts

Mark Singleton - Startlink Systems and John Hutchinson - Feilden+Mawson


Materials & Structures: CBC3/50 Springkells Overbridge – A Resin Infused Farm Accommodation Bridge over Rail

James Henderson - Atkins Global


Materials & Structures: Affordable Composite Infrastructure

Martin Halpin - Construction Composites


Break, Networking and Exhibition


Testing: The Structural Performance of GRFP Sandwich Panels Subjected to Combined Thermal Cycling and Load

Isabelle Paparo - University of Cambridge


Testing: A Serviceability Analysis of the Impact of Pedestrian Induced Excitation on Fibre Reinforced Polymer Bridge Performance

Rohan McElroy - icubed Consulting


Lunch, Exhibition and Networking


Applications: High Performance Fire, Smoke and Toxic Fume Resin and Gelcoat Systems- Successes in the Building & Construction Industry

Sergio Velosa - Scott Bader


Applications: Composites in Connected Future Cities

Mikko Lassila - Exel Composites


Case Study: Sedlescombe Footbridge – Whole Life Cost Comparison and Environmental Benefits

John Drewett - Lifespan Structures


Break, Networking and Exhibition


Case Study: Development of the Composite Façade for the New Eurojust Building, Den Hague

Eric van Uden - Solico


Case Study: Hotel Montana Façade, Paris and Composite Concept Interiors in Corsica

Cyril Becuwe - NORD Composites and Elisabeth Lemercier - Lemercier-Bona Architects


Case Study: Experience with Composites in 30+ Bridges in Kentucky

Issam Harik - University of Kentucky





  • Save £100 from the standard delegate rate
  • Two days of great content
  • Fantastic networking opportunity

Delegate Earlybird Rate Expires:
20th December 2018


  • Reduced student rate


  • Reduced speaker rate upon accepted abstract
  • All the benefits of a full delegate


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