F.B.I. TASBUD International Group creates innovative solutions in construction sector

F.B.I. TASBUD International Group creates innovative solutions in construction sector

F.B.I. TASBUD International Group with only Polish capital and over 35 years of experience as a General Contractor is active in the country and abroad, offering the construction of buildings in the Design & Build, Build and Design system, implementing investments from both the private and public sectors.

Innovative solutions in construction are the motto of the Group, which is used by operating on global and demanding markets, such as Africa, Asia and Europe, and with a strong position in the Scandinavian countries, where a subsidiary joint stock company under Swedish law – TASBUD SVERIGE AB, operates within the Capital Group.

As a global entity, the Capital Group has, among others, a modern, pro-ecological factory of reinforced concrete and concrete modules and prefabricated elements, dedicated to the production of a wide range of prefabricated elements both for the Polish market and for foreign markets. Factory meets high Scandinavian standards.

“We have built our brand by ensuring the best quality of the facilities we build as a general contractor.The construction sector is constantly developing, which is why the Group focuses on growth and creating progressive, innovative solutions, thus setting new trends.

We have been active in the science and research sector for many years, we implement ambitious projects, including in the field of artificial intelligence in construction and modern prefabrication. We have developed many unique solutions, including an energy-saving construction system made of prefabricated reinforced concrete load-bearing elements, we actively cooperate with outstanding research units and technical universities in the country and abroad, and we have created a long-term and multi-threaded Consortium consisting of the Warsaw University of Technology and the Polish Academy of Sciences. Due to the effective work of the Consortium, our factory will implement production, which is an event on a global scale, surface and facade photocatalytic prefabricates of various porosity characterized by the ability to purify air, permeability of rainwater (depending on the element and purpose) with the possibility of its cleaning, noise reduction and even the ability to kill viruses and bacteria.” – underlines the Vice President of the Management Board of the F.B.I. TASBUD International Group Doctor of Engineering Andrzej M. Czapczuk.

The Scientific and Research Division of the F.B.I. TASBUD is a member of the Consortium, which also includes the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology and the Institute of Geophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Among other things, the consortium is currently implementing projects under programs run by the National Center for Research and Development. The uniqueness of the projects made it possible to obtain the largest funding at the university level.

„The protection of our planet and sustainable development are extremely important values for us.Prefabrication technologies developed by the Consortium are a breakthrough in the prefabrication sector and even the entire construction industry and undoubtedly have a positive impact on the environment. Entering into details, it is also worth emphasizing the enormous impact on the improvement of air quality, through the ability of prefabricates to self-clean (self-disinfecting, the ability to kill viruses and bacteria) and the reduction of air pollution from anthropogenic factors, such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, sulfur oxides and dust.Photocatalytic prefabricated elements also have the ability to purify rainwater from impurities.”– adds Director of Prefabrication Division in the F.B.I. TASBUD MSc Piotr Krakowski.

Implementation of the production of innovative photocatalytic prefabricated elements by the F.B.I. TASBUD International Group is undoubtedly the next stage in the development of Polish and global prefabricated construction.


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Last Updated on July 16, 2021 by Karolina Ampulska

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