Environment

BUILDINGS AS MATERIAL BANKS A PATHWAY FOR A CIRCULAR FUTURE

05/02/2019 (All day) to 07/02/2019 (All day)
Brussels Environment (IBGE-BIM)
Site de Tour & Taxis Avenue du Port
86C/3000 Brussels
Belgium

After three and half years of hard work and progress made, the BAMB Consortium invites you to join them in a three-part final event in Brussels. Over the course of 3 days, the event includes an industry day, a site visit and a two day research conference. This exciting finale to the H2020 BAMB project is an opportunity to celebrate what's been achieved and lay the pathway for a circular building sector in the future!

After three and half years of hard work and progress made, the BAMB Consortium invites you to join them in a three-part final event in Brussels. Over the course of 3 days, the event includes an industry day, a site visit and a two day research conference. 

The industry day will take place at Brussels Environment on February 5th and is dedicated to sharing BAMB tools & results with all innovation enthusiasts, stakeholders and industry players, celebrating cutting-edge practices through interactive sessions. 

On the morning of the 6th of February, the site visit is an opportunity to see the BAMB approach in action at the BAMB pilot Circular Retrofit Lab on the VUB campus, which investigates and demonstrates how Reversible Building Design can prevent demolition waste when refurbishing heritage buildings. 

Taking place on the afternoon of the 6th and all day on the 7th of February, the BAMB research days are part of the prestigious SBE19 Conference Series for researchers & industry experts on the topics of advanced innovative technologies & methodologies for the built environment (a registration fee applies for the research days).

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