IDA Building Physics works to further the knowledge of constructional physics in all stages of construction - from research to execution.
We bridge the gap between several trade groups within construction and we focus on climate control, and moisture and damp problems.
The big question is: which mechanisms cause damage and how can they be avoided.
We deal with scientific and technical development so that connections concerning constructional physics are described and documented, and potential problems relating to the field of constructional physics are avoided or reduced.
IDA Building Physics was formed in 2001 and has approx. 300 members consisting of engineers, architects and building technicians.
Through after-work meetings, study groups and etc. our members exchange experiences which lead to greater focus on preventing or reducing damage in buildings.