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Thursday November 28th, 2019

3 questions to Emna Attouri, PhD student at Chaire Construction 4.0

Cast in situ, precast twin walls, precast slabs, modular construction, 3D printing… how do you choose? This, in essence, is the research project being carried out by Emna Attouri, a PhD student participating in the Chaire Construction 4.0 research

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