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Under the motto “Digital. Green. For you”, the Construction Industry Day 2022 with participants from business and politics was a long-awaited prelude to a successful reunion in Presence. Around 700 participants listened to the words of the Federal Minister of Construction, Klara Geywitz, and other exciting speakers on topics such as sustainable construction, digitalisation in the construction industry, the shortage of skilled workers and infrastructural expansion.

The venue was the “Weltwirtschaft” in the House of World Cultures in Berlin. The house is located directly on the banks of the Spree in the immediate vicinity of the Federal Chancellery. The restaurant, auditorium and other areas of the building have been lavishly renovated in recent years under the direction of Eller + Eller Architekten in keeping with the requirements of a listed building.

f.l.t.r Peter Hübner, President of the German Construction Industry Peter Hübner, Klara Geywitz, Federal Minister of Construction, Moderator Constantin Schreiber (ARD-Tagesschau)

f.l.t.r. Dr. Matthias Jacob, Vice President of the Construction Industry, Dr. Christine Lemaitre, Executive Director of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), Dr. Jan-Marco Luczak, Spokesperson of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group for Housing, Urban Development, Construction and Municipalities, Dr. Julia Verlinden, Deputy Chairperson of the Bündnis 90/Die Grünen Parliamentary Group, Moderator Constantin Schreiber (ARD-Tagesschau)

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