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SME Specific MeasuresCompetitive and Sustainable Growth

Exploratory Award

Proposal number EXAW-1999-00855

AcronymEMINCPM

Proposal titleENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FOR REFURBISHMENT INTEGRATED WITH

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT

AbstractThe construction sector is the most dominating one as to environmental impact. The  

largest potential for improving Eco-efficiency lies within refurbishment of buildings. This

project will focus on the preservation of any building under renewal, and the use, reuse or

recycling of parts of the building. Next the focus will  be on reduced consumption of new

materials and less products or waste for deposit. The project target is to develop an

integrated pack of tools that enable the SME main contractor to manage , to co-ordinate

and influence upon the refurbishment process in a documented Eco-efficient way. The

pack will include a structured process model with operational procedures, technical

guidelines  assisting optimisation and forms for control, documentation and on line

Intranet  communication between all agents along the supply chain. The target is a

reduction of waste from the refurbished existing building to deposit by 25-75% and from

the new material brought to the site with 20-30%.

Key ActionGROW-5.   RTD activities of a generic nature : Materials and their technologies for

production and transformation and new and improved materials and production technologies

in the steel field

Start date6/07/2000End date6/07/2001

Intended Step 2 projectCooperative Research (CRAFT)Duration Exploratory Phase6 months

SME CoordinatorManaging Director Rolf-Thore JOHANSENCompany sizeS4

MODERNE BYGGFORNYELSE A/S

Brochmannsgate 9

0470 - OSLO

Norway

Phone: 4722025110

Fax: 4722025115

Email: rolf-th@byggfornyelse.no

Internet: http://www.byggfornyelse.no

SME Proposer(s)

ELINDO A/SDenmarkS4

Profile of partners for joining the project

Business areas45 - Construction

51 - Wholesale trade and commission trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles

60 - Land transport; transport via pipelines

37 - Recycling

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Last update18/6/2001

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