Octatube - Visit us on the International Bouwbeurs

The International Building Fair is held every two years as the place for the building sector in the Netherlands to come together.

Octatube would like to welcome you on our exhibition stand number 01C022.

The International Bouwbeurs takes place from Monday the 4th of February till Saturday the 9th of Februari 2013 in the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht. Simultaneously, it is possible to visit the Material Xperience.

Opening hours:

  • Monday the 4th till Friday the 8th of February: 9.30 to 17.30
  • Saturday the 9th of February: 9.30-16.00

We will present our newest projects (such as the Markthal) and different mock-ups and samples. You can get information on building systems such as structural glazing, glass fins, cable facades, shaped glass and complex steel structures and geometries.

In addtion, we shall have an official scoop with the presentation of a large project that is currently in the engineering phase. It is an international project designed by a world famous architect.

Curious? The banner below will guide you to a free submission as visitor.


Octatube invites you to stand 01C022.

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Date: 22 January 2013
Source: www.octatube.nl

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