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Prefabricated house builders rebel against professional associations

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Prefabricated house builders rebel against professional associations

It is already foreseeable: a wave of lawsuits is heading towards the social courts. The professional associations are unlikely to give in voluntarily or offer compromises. But neither did the prefabricated house activists. BDF managing director Georg Lange, who is also supposed to lead the IGAH, sounds electrified when he describes the planning of the uprising over the past few months: “The professional association certainly didn’t believe that we would pull it off.” Only around 60 According to the BDF and DHV, the 210 prefabricated house companies that pay contributions to BG Bau are members of their associations. “We had no idea who the other 150 were,” says Lange. However, we were apparently partially successful in finding them and winning them over to the IGAH. “The concern is closing ranks,” says Lange happily.

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