Dubai Municipality sign memorandum of understanding with Doka, marking a major step towards the emirate’s industrial 3D printing targets.
With the emphasis on academia dominating the career paths of many graduates, we take a look at the importance of vocational training and its significance in 21st century.
Doka to promote #ShapeOurWorld career campaign at WorldSkills 2017, including full sponsorship of this year’s Concrete Construction Competition.
Global trends such as urbanisation and the population growth are important triggers for innovations in the construction industry. We need to develop greater efficiency in construction processes in order to meet the challenges as regards infrastructure, especially in mega-cities. Infrastructure projects for the world of tomorrow are being implemented today using the expertise of Doka.
Doka Ventures, a subsidiary of Austria's Umdasch Group, is joining forces with inventor of deployable 3D construction printing Behrokh Khoshnevis. His company will start delivering the first series-ready robotic 3D construction printers early next year. These robots reduce the time it takes to construct buildings to mere hours or days. This will help meet the rising global demand for socially acceptable accommodation and infrastructure. The company is already generating revenue by offering technology and solutions to major entities such as NASA.
Doka’s award-winning device that measures in-situ compressive strength gain receives technical approval from Dubai Municipality.
Austrian-based formwork multinational, Doka formally opens its ‘Doka Campus’ at the world’s largest trade show for construction and mining in the Bavarian city of Munich.
Formwork firm Doka confirms its position as platinum sponsor at this year’s Quality Assurance for Sustainable Construction Materials Conference
Formwork specialists Doka set to sponsor concrete sustainability conference in Dubai
In 2005 Qatar has started a new city development project. Located on the coast and in the northern part of Doha, will soon to become a new city with waterways and man-made islands and modern structures. Formwork engineering experts are needed to connect the islands: Doka was hired to supply pre-assembled formwork materials for two pedestrian bridges spanning 90 and 100 m channels separating the islands. Doing so will save the builder time and money.