Construction, Rehabilitation and Heritage Management: REHABEND 2024


7 May 2024 - 10 May 2024


Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijón (Laboral City of Culture)


8:30 am - 9:00 pm

10th Euro-American Congress: Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management

The Euro-American REHABEND 2024 Congress focuses on methods for analysing, planning and implementing construction and infrastructure rehabilitation measures as well as heritage maintenance and conservation strategies.

  • The congress on"Construction Pathology, Rehabilitation Technology and Heritage Management" will bring together experts from different countries who are working in this field.
  • Professionals, academics and specialists will share experiences and advances made in recent years in theoretical knowledge and practical cases in this field, with more than 250 technical contributions.

After nine editions of this event, Gijón will be the venue for REHABEND 2024.

TECNALIA’s participation

TECNALIA’s experts will take part in several presentations during the REHABEND 2024 congress. In these interventions, they will present their experiences and knowledge, as well as various practical cases in which we have worked at TECNALIA:

  • Refurbishment of the raw materials warehouse at the Cementos Lemona plant.
  • Restoration of the monument to the Virgen de La Antigua in Orduña (Bizkaia).
  • Low-cost BIM-based semantic models for building maintenance.
  • Development and implementation of sustainable construction standards in buildings in the Galapagos Islands.
  • Digitalised assessment to optimise preventive maintenance of industrial buildings.
  • Dronix: automated inspection of infrastructure using drones.
  • Assessment and management of existing infrastructure from a decision-making perspective.
  • Using BIM for structural inspection of bridges.
  • Low CO2 footprint and highly circular cementitious binders based on recycled concrete fines (RCF) and mineralised white steel slag (LF), used with a synergistic approach for building restoration.
  • Design of sustainable mortars to use in restoration work.
  • Cultural tourism in historic European cities: a review of negative effects and sustainable strategies.
  • Textile-reinforced mortar reinforcement of aged concrete: sustainable approaches and opportunities.
  • Performance evaluation of a modular and industrialisable façade incorporating renewable technologies in an integrated concept.
  • Wood grafts to repair beams in the Zabala Palace in Ordizia.
  • Structural refurbishment using wood-wood composite slabs at Itsaso Town Hall.

Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura (Laboral City of Culture)

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