• Getting involved in the fib

    Getting involved in the fib

  • Getting involved in the fib

    Getting involved in the fib

You are very welcome to join the fib’s activities in any of the following ways.


As soon as they login, the fib members can access their profile and manage their account easily direclty from the fib network


fib members receive a variety of benefits that keeps them up-to-date on the latest technical developments related to structural concrete. All fib members receive a subscription to the quarterly Structural Concrete Journal, discounts on symposium registration fees, the fib Directory, and access to the members-only section of the fib website. In addition, depending on their membership category, they receive fib’s technical bulletins (approximately four to five bulletins per year) and/or substantial discounts on their purchase.

Task Groups and Working Parties

One of the fib’s main activities is the publication of technical bulletins: state-of-the-art reports, recommendations, guides and model codes. Ten fib Commissions and several Special Activity Groups (SAG), including several Task Groups, develop and draft these bulletins, which form the cornerstone of fib’s work and are a major contribution to the international knowledge base on structural concrete. Members come from both research and industry, ensuring a balance between theoretical knowledge and relevant practical experience. New members are always welcome.

Commission members should be members of the fib; members of task groups are encouraged but not required to become fib members.

For the list of current commissions, task groups and their working programmes, visit the commissions page.


fib postal address

Ch. du Barrage, Station 18
CH-1015 Lausanne


p : +41 21 693 27 47
f : +41 21 693 62 45
e : info@fib-international.org
w : www.fib-international.org

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