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Throwback - FNZCCI B&I Committee Site Visit to FRAMECAD

FNZCCI member FRAMECAD hosted a fascinating visit of the FRAMECAD Campus, TechPark, and R&D Centre, giving an insight into their cutting-edge tech.

The FNZCCI was delighted to team up with their member FRAMECAD to organise a site visit of the FRAMECAD Campus, TechPark and R&D Centre.

FRAMECAD is leading the future of construction with the most advanced end-to-end cold-formed steel building solution. The innovative FRAMECAD solution is made up of equipment, design and engineering software, training, and support.

With over 35 years of experience and a legacy of continuous innovation, FRAMECAD technology from New Zealand has successfully expanded its footprint to more than 120 countries, revolutionizing the construction industry worldwide.

The morning kicked off with a warm welcome from FNZCCI Building & Industry Committee Co-Chair Frederik Cornu and FNZCCI Business Development Manager Jeanne Nicolas. Guests were treated to a tasty "petit déjeuner à la française" courtesy of our member COPAIN, before getting down to business and enjoying an insightful presentation from Julie Jeolas, FRAMECAD's Head of Global Sales Operations.

Lucky guests were treated to a comprehensive overview of FRAMECAD's cutting-edge technology as well as valuable insights into the industralization of construction and learning about the innovative solutions FRAMECAD brings to the field. Participants in the site visit got to experience first hand how these solutions facilitate rapid construction, enhance building quality and promote sustainability.

The morning concluded with a guided visit to the FRAMECAD factory, where the equipment is built, and the R&D Centre, with a demonstration of the equipment and showroom of the steel structure. 

A big merci, thank you, to FRAMECAD for hosting this unique opportunity!

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