ECTP

Driving innovation and change through research and innovation, to help create a better future for the Built Environment in Europe.

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Energy Efficient Buildings

Driving the creation of a knowledge-based building industry which turns energy efficiency into sustainable business, within the PPP EeB under H2020.

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Heritage and Regeneration

A Living Cultural Heritage for an Attractive Europe.

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Infrastructure & Mobility

Preparing multimodal High-Level-Service Infrastructure of tomorrow.

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Materials & Sustainability

Construction materials for a sustainable future.

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Committees

ThinkNature

The main objective of the project is the development of a multi-stakeholder communication platform that will support the understanding and the promotion of nature based solutions in local, regional, EU and International level.

Projects list

12.12.2018

ECTP offers Project Assistant Internship in Brussels (15 February – 30 June 2019)

Directly working with the Project & Policy Manager, the intern will contribute to the...[more]

12.12.2018

Certification for ageing in place. The new European project “Homes4Life” kicks off

Our living environments have a tremendous impact on our health. Ensuring their...[more]

11.12.2018

"TODAY's WASTE, TOMORROW MATERIAL" workshop at WSED 2019

Five H2020 research and innovation projects (RE4, VEEP, GREEN INSTRUCT, INNOWEE and...[more]

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ECTP Conference (Brussels, 13-14 November 2018)

All the presentations soon available online!

About ECTP

ECTP was launched by the construction sector in October 2004 to develop new R&D&I strategies to improve competitiveness, meet societal needs and take up environmental challenges. It gathers around 150 member-organizations from the whole supply chain of the Built Environment.

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