building and construction sector

European Construction Sector Observatory report identifies BUILD UP Skills as best practice   The final version of the analytical report on ‘Improving the human capital basis’ by the European Contruction Sector Observatory (ECSO) is out, with direct references to the BUILD UP Skills initiative highlighting some of the projects carried out under the second Pillar as well as Horizon 2020 Construction Skills projects.  
Post date: 29 sie 2017
Type: Aktualności

This Analytical Report, elaborated by the  European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO), aims to draw a snapshot of the current skills situation in the construction sector in the EU-28, in the context of Construction 2020, the strategic policy agenda for the construction sector in Europe, specifically focusing on skills under the Thematic Objective 2 “Improving the human-capital basis of the construc
Post date: 29 sie 2017
Type: Publication

This research from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) examines the views of professionals on the current state of procurement within the construction industry sector, with a particular focus on the UK industry. It focuses on the role of the client, current methods of procurement, the effects of the current and future spending cuts, the prevalence of practices such as suicide bidding, and what can be done to improve construction procurement practice.  
Post date: 28 sie 2017
Type: Publication

  The French Association for Civil Engineering (AFGC) is organising the 3rd International Symposium on Ultra-High Performance Fibre-Reinforced Concrete (UHPFRC) from 2 to 4 October 2017, with the theme "Designing and Building with UHPFRC:  New large-scale implementations, recent technical advances, experience and standards.  
Post date: 25 sie 2017
Type: Termin

Good beginning of the year for the UE construction activity. The first quarter of 2017 marked by growth in all subsectors.  
Post date: 24 sie 2017
Type: Aktualności

Making our homes greener and more energy efficient is crucial if Europe is to realise its environmental targets and ambitions. But securing financial fuel to retrofit existing properties is tough, with investors often wanting to inject their cash into projects that deliver relatively quick returns.   Just because your home was built in the 1950s or 60s doesn’t mean it can’t be green. Retrofitting – the process of modernising properties using the latest technologies – can save energy and reduce CO2 emissions.  
Post date: 7 sie 2017
Type: Aktualności

Holistic Innovative Solutions for an Efficient Recycling and Recovery of Valuable Raw Materials from Complex Construction and Demolition Waste (HISER)   The main objective in the HISER project is to develop and demonstrate novel cost-effective holistic solutions (technological and non-technological) for a higher recovery of raw materials from ever more complex construction and demolition waste (C&DW) by considering circular economy approaches throughout the building value chain (from End-of-Life Buildings to new Buildings).  
Post date: 7 sie 2017
Type: Odnośnik

Obiecujących badań społeczno-ekonomicznych w zakresie efektywności energetycznej w krajach UE     CZAPLA, projekt "Horyzont 2020", ma na celu promowanie, redukując czasy przestojów organy wielopoziomowego zarządzania w UE do opracowania i monitorowania polityki w dziedzinie efektywności energetycznej, budowlanej i transportowej branżach, na podstawie prognoz społeczno-gospodarczych badań w siedmiu krajach UE i jednego kraju-kandydaci.   Celami projektu są:  
Post date: 7 sie 2017
Type: Odnośnik

An accurate and swift identification of materials, quantities and building typologies before the demolition works is needed for an efficient waste management and recovery of raw materials from buildings. A BIM based tool developed in HISER is being validated for this purpose in several real buildings.  
Post date: 4 sie 2017
Type: Aktualności

Early July 2017, the European Commission brought together industry leaders, finance professionals, policy makers, SMEs and start-ups to discuss how the construction’s value chain could meet its ever-evolving challenges.   The 2017 Construction Conference: Let's build changes! assessed the main trends, strategies and roles of major actors, including the public sector.   Four break-out sessions were organised to tackle these challenges thematically:
Post date: 27 lip 2017
Type: Aktualności