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Changes to composition of KKTC

September 14, 2020

The KOMO Quality and Assessment Committee (Dutch abbreviation 'KKTC') is an independent committee and consists of experts from the building and infrastructure sector. The composition of KKTC members has changed. KOMO welcomes three new members while saying farewell to a departing member.

KOMO quality mark stands for guaranteed quality and reliability.
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New KOMO Assessment Guideline 5212-3, for listed historic building market

July 29, 2020

The new KOMO Assessment Guideline 5212-3, for the installation of 'zinc, copper and lead roof, facade and gutter structures on historic buildings and sites' is complete! Both the guidelines of the Dutch Department for the Preservation of Historic Buildings and Sites (RCE) and of the Recognised Foundation for the Conservation and Restoration Quality of Historic Buildings and Sites (Dutch ERM) were incorporated and approved during the development of this Assessment Guideline.

Monumental facades
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KOMO anticipates market developments and changing legislation

July 29, 2020
KOMO certificate will prove its value
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Building Quality Assurance Act: why KOMO certificate provides added value!

July 9, 2020

Article Bouwbelang June 2020
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Environment and Planning Act and the Building Quality Assurance Act (Wkb) postponed

April 28, 2020

Building Quality Assurance Act (Wkb) postponed
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