AT - VERBAND ÖSTERREICHISCHER BETON - UND FERTIGTEILWERKE - VÖBBE - FEDERATION DE L'INDUSTRIE DU BETON - FEBEDK - DANISH CONCRETEDE -FACHVERBAND BETON- UND FERTIGTEILWERKE BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG E.V. (FBF) DE- VERBAND BETON- UND FERTIGTEILINDUSTRIE NORD E.VDE- BETONBAUTEILE BAYERN BAYERISCHEN INDUSTRIEVERBANDES STEINE UND ERDEN E.VDE - FACHVEREINIGUNG DEUTSCHER BETONFERTIGTEILBAU e.V. (FDB) ES - ANDECEFI - FINNISH CONCRETE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONFR - FEDERATION FRANCAISE DE L’INDUSTRIE DU BETON – FIBNL - BOND VAN FABRIKANTEN VAN BETONPRODUKTEN IN NEDERLAND - BFBNNO - BETONGELEMENTFORENINGENPL - POLISH CONCRETE PRODUCERS ASSOCIATIONPT - ASSOCIACAO NACIONAL DOS INDUSTRIAIS DE PREFABRICACAO EM BETAOSE - SVENSK BETONGTR - TURKISH PRECAST CONCRETE ASSOCIATIONUK - BRITISH PRECAST CONCRETE FEDERATION - BRITISH PRECAST
IE - IRISH PRECAST CONCRETE ASSOCIATION - IPCAEuropean Engineered Construction Systems Association (ECS)
8 Newlands Business Park, Naas Road, Clondalkin - IE-Dublin 22
T. +353-1-464.00.82 F. +352-1-464.00.87
Director: Gerry Farrell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The IPCA is an association of 11 member companies who together represent roughly 70% of Ireland's industrial, commercial and civil engineering precast output and circa 50% of the precast housing market. Founded in 1991, the association is a constituent of the Irish Concrete Federation.
The primary reason for the existence of the association, is to ensure that the precast sector has a strong and reputable voice, to collectively respond to the commercial and technical needs of those who specify and purchase precast concrete. The role of the IPCA is to represent the precast industry, to develop industry standards in relation to Training, Health & Safety, the Environment, Transport and to liaise with the relevant government bodies in relation to new legislation and all industry issues. When using IPCA member products, a specifier can be assured that the products are being produced to quality standards and that the producer is fully aware o f all relevant legislation.