CRRB 2026

28th International Conference on Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Buildings

in Brno, Czech Republic

Date: November 2026

Place: Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Veveří 331/95, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic

The main theme of the WTA TAG conference is rehabilitation and reconstruction of buildings. It is especially dedicated to the new building materials and technologies in civil enginnering, it's design, preparation and properties. Designed materials are determined for energy cosumption savings, environmental improvement, preservation of cultural heritage. The design is in many cases focused on the use of secondary raw materials. Main objective is properties (physico-mechanical, physico-chemical) observation and improving, then resistance observation in different conditions (sulfuric, carbonate, corrosion processes). Designed materials (composites) can be polymer based, silicate based (e.g. cement, lime); with a lot of different fillers (anorganic and organic too).

The 26th Conference on the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Buildings will address the issue of building rehabilitation, a field which can be topically classified into the following areas of interest:

  1. Timber and Timber Protection
  2. Surface Technology
  3. Natural Stone and Artificial Stone
  4. Masonry
  5. Maintenance of Concrete Structures
  6. Physico-Chemical Basis
  7. Statics and Dynamics
  8. Timber-framed Masonry
  9. Fire Protection
  10. Steel and Glass

Selected papers recommended by the scientific committee can be further considered for the publication in prestigious journals.

Photos from the last conference venue in Brno 2024:

Photos from the conference venue in Brno 2022:

About the Conference

Conference will be held in November 2026 in Brno, Czech Republic.

The main theme of the conference, new progressive Building Materials and Technologies in Civil Enginnering.

Registration and Important Dates

Preliminary Programme

About the Conference

About Brno

The conference venue will be held in Brno, an administrative and cultural centre of the South Moravian Region. It is the second largest city in Czech Republic. It is full of historical Buildings and Historical Sights.