Conference „Building authorities“ which took place in Jasná on September 6 and 7, 2016 and which was held with support of the Ministry of Transport, Building and Regional development of SR achieved its ends.
Target group of this conference were all employees of public and civil administration in the field of construction and building together with heads of construction administration as well as representatives of many building and engineering authorities from private sector.
This year’s conference goal was to focus public attention to issues related to building code. Speeches included in the programme pointed out the necessity of preparation of new building code. Many very important articles about authorised civil engineers and authorised architects were presented and discussed as well.
Chairman of the Slovak Chamber of Civil engineers, Mr Vladimír Benko, welcomed all the participants in his opening speech. He underlined the need of creation of new building code. He also stressed the necessity of qualification and continuing education of all civil engineers, authorized architects and engineers as well as of all professionals working in construction and building field. He introduced ingREes project as a very valuable tool for setting up qualification and continuing education scheme for middle and senior level professionals on energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources in buildings.
This year’s conference hosted more than 250 participants. We are happy to tell that many representatives of the Ministry of Transport, Building and Regional development of SR, the Ministry of Environment of SR, the Ministry of Interior of SR as well as representatives of the Slovak Chamber of Civil Engineers together with many building authorities and professionals interested showed their interest in issues mentioned above and took part in this conference.
This way we would like to thank all the participant and we truly hope next year’s conference will bring further interesting speeches, panel discussions and new solutions to many issues.