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With a still growing material welfare, the Danes call for still more building area per capita; but at the same time, the future Danish labour force will have comparatively less hands available in the building sector. This situation calls for a radical different way of acting in new building, as well as in maintenance and rebuilding, as the size, the age and the quality of the existing Danish building stock makes it a major part of to morrows man made environment of the country.

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Authors: ENGELMARK J, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen (DK)
Bibliographic Reference: A paper published in "Improvement of buildings' structural quality by new technologies": Proceedings of the international seminar, Lisbon, 19 and 20 April 2002. EUR 20728. pp.195-205. Euro: 35
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ISBN: ISBN: 92-894-5684-1
Record Number: 200327121 / Last updated on: 2003-11-21
Original language: en
Available languages: en