ATTENTION - Improving zero-waste processes in construction value chains

Project leader: t2i – trasferimento tecnologico e innovazione s.c. a r.l.

Project leader University of Innsbruck (Unit of Energy Efficient Building): Martin Hauer

Project assistants (EEB): Vincent van Karsbergen, Kurt Spornberger

 Project partners:ATTENTION - Logo

  • t2i – trasferimento tecnologico e innovazione s.c. a r.l.
  • Eurac Research
  • Camera di Commercio Industria artigianato agricoltura di Treviso Belluno
  • University of Innsbruck, Department of Structural Engineering and Material Sciences
  • ZAB Zukunftsagentur BAU GmbH

Funding agency: EU - The Interreg programm is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Funding program: Interreg

Total funding: 132.316,80 € (UIBK)

Project period: 01.01.2024 - 31.12.2025


The aim of the project is to increase circular processes in the construction sector by establishing a transborder permanent network of HUBs that provide circular services in architecture, technologies, and materials, thereby supporting SMEs in the construction value-chain. The project objectives include analyzing the construction sector to identify relevant needs and expectations and developing a model of transborder collaboration to set up the network of HUBs. The project will define a transborder catalogue of services to be offered to SMEs, and the piloting phase will test the network of HUBs in the Italy-
Austria area. The expected outputs are a network of HUBs, a transborder set of services and tools to support green innovation in the construction sector, and an agreement of cooperation for the durability of the network. The project contributes to broader strategies and policies by aligning with the green and digital transition, the EU's circular economy package, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The project will involve various stakeholders, including research institutions, SMEs, local and regional authorities, and other relevant organizations. A communication plan will ensure effective dissemination of project results.


We look forward to receiving input from the industry! Are you interested in further information or in participating in the project? Please contact Vincent van Karsbergen via email.

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