Driving innovation and change through research and innovation, to help create a better future for the Built Environment in Europe.
Developing a strategic vision and research agenda to decrease the carbon footprint of the construction sector, and achieve a decarbonised built environment.
Promoting the applied R&I in the cross-space created between the active ageing and living environment sectors.
Establishing the foundations for a European Construction digitalization.
A Living Cultural Heritage for an Attractive Europe.
Preparing multimodal High-Level-Service Infrastructure of tomorrow.
Construction materials for a sustainable future.
NEBULA is set to convene a powerful network of innovators to drive disruption and accelerate transformation of the highly traditional built environment sector. Launched under the umbrella of the Built4People Partnership, NEBULA will establish a network of B4P Innovation Clusters (B4PICs), connecting and scaling innovations across Europe.
SHAPE-EU will support social housing providers, public authorities, and SMEs to deliver social and affordable housing district renovations, which include innovative features, such as the use of smart and circular technologies and new approaches created and managed jointly with the local communities. It will be the point of reference for a socially-inclusive Renovation Wave and New European Bauhaus.
ECTP is pleased to invite you to the fifth webinar of the Zero-Emission Buildings Academy…
ECTP is pleased to invite you to the fourth webinar of the Zero-Emission Buildings…
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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 more than 150 Member organisations from the whole supply chain of the Built Environment.