Residential buildings made of precast concrete elements still do not enjoy a good reputation in some Central European countries, because the people there are only familiar with the old and visually anything but attractive blocks of flats - the so-called prefabricated slab buildings. Times have changed, however. On the whole, precast concrete elements are increasingly gaining acceptance again in Central Europe, because they now have much more to offer than grey functional concrete slabs that all look identical. Today, precast concrete elements offer very attractive design possibilities, in addition to which they represent faster and more cost-effective construction. For public sector contracts in particular, the importance of precast concrete elements is growing rapidly in Central Europe too. From 13 to 15 February 2019 the ICCX Central Europe will once again provide information on the latest developments in the precast concrete industry. In the coming year it is taking place for the first time at the conference hotel Double Tree by Hilton Hotel & Conference in the centre of Warsaw.