The EU funded BAMB project is enabling a systemic shift to a circular building sector. The BAMB Stakeholder Network has provided further insight into the way forward.

Indeed its input and cooperation have been essential for the success of the BAMB-project. We thank all participants in our General Stakeholder Network, and in one of our Special Interest Groups.

The Stakeholder Network was open to all stakeholders in the building and construction industry, interested in exchanging ideas and knowledge and discussing the information and data needs necessary to enhance the European knowledge base.

The BAMB project aimed to include all actors in the Building sector in our Stakeholder Network:

– producers / suppliers of building materials and installations;

– construction and installation firms;

– developers / property owners / facility managers;

– architects / engineers / advisers;

– logistics managers;

– real estate consultants and building owners;

– recycling and deconstruction companies;

– policy makers;

– researchers.

The Stakeholder Network has taken part in an Annual Stakeholder Network Meeting, as well as workshops and consultations as needed. All participation was voluntary. The BAMB stakeholder network has ended with the project on 28 February 2019.

More information

For any later information exchange please contact the individual BAMB partners or Caroline Henrotay – Project Manager and Technical Coordinator, Bruxelles Environnement – Leefmilieu Brussel, e-mail: