Thank you for celebrating our results with us and sharing the circular solutions created with all stakeholders of the construction sector! Here you will find documentations from the day and more will come!
Click here for the presentations from the Research Days, SBE19 Brussels BAMB-CIRCPATH.
The Book of Abstracts (pdf 29 MB) from the Research Days, SBE19 BRUSSELS – BAMB-CIRCPATH.
Click here to access the conference proceedings.
All qualified papers are published in collaboration with IOP Publishers as open access papers in electronic proceedings form within IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Science (EES, http://conferenceseries.iop.org) and are indexed in ISI (Web of Science) and Scopus.
Movie: Our moderator on the Industry day, Peter Woodward, leaving a final message.
Photo: Welcome by Barbara Dewulf, Deputy Director General, Brussels Environment on the Industry Day
Photo: Caroline Henrotay, BAMB Project Coordinator, Brussels Environment, told the STORY – The influence of BAMB in shaping circularity in the construction industry
Photo: Opening keynote – ‘The Secret Life of Buildings’ James Drinkwater, Director of World GBC’s Europe Regional Network
HOW – 2 sessions before and after lunch gave the possibility to explore the BAMB tools and results in smaller groups.
1. Making the Right Decision for Circularity
Gilli Hobbs, BRE, Kiru Balson, BRE, Jan Boström, SundaHus, Mark Edwards, Environmental Assessment Manager
– Resources & Construction, Heathrow Airport, moderated by Peter Woodward
2. How can we collaborate to empower the development of materials passports?
Lisa Elfström, SundaHus, Lars Luscuere, EPEA and with the participation of Madaster and Circularise
3. Reversible building design tools, opening the door to circular construction
Elma Durmisevic, University of Twente and 4D Architects
4. Turning BAMB solutions into value for your business
Martijn Peters, IBM, Ke Wang, VITO, Anse Smeets, VITO
Photo: Jackie Sharp, BRE
5. Policy Recommendations – supporting the sector through policy in order to make circularity business as usual
Mervyn Jones, Rijkswaterstaat, Matti Kuittinen, Ministry of Environment of Finland, Josefina Lindblom, DG Environment, Jackie Sharp, BRE, Philippe Van de Velde, Public Waste Agency of Flanders OVAM, Wim Debacker, VITO, Caroline Henrotay, BAMB Project Coordinator, Brussels Environment, Camilla Sjögren, Ronneby Municipality, Molly Steinlage, BAMB Project Coordinator, Brussels Environment
Photo: Anne Paduart, VUB and Teodora Capelle, Brussels Environment
6. Learning by doing – circular architecture tested at real scale
Teodora Capelle, Brussels Environment, Stijn Brancart, VUB (CRL pilot, Brussels), Jean Garcin, Karbon architecture (BRIC pilot,
Brussels), Ernst-Jan Mul, EPEA (REM pilot, Netherlands), Anne Paduart, VUB (CRL pilot, Brussels), Paul Penners, ODS (GTB Lab pilot, Heerlen)
Movie: Some final wise words from our keynote Janez Potočnik, Co-Chair of the International Resource Panel and former EU Commissioner for the Environment SBE19 BRUSSELS – BAMB-CIRCPATH, Industry day
— BAMB2020 (@BAMB2020) 7 februari 2019
This morning 108 researchers, architects, building professionals and many more visited our Circular Retrofit Lab to see how we have developed our @BAMB2020 pilot. #BAMBimpact #circulareconomy @VUBrussel #H2020 pic.twitter.com/5iVLqSWuyJ
— Stijn Brancart (@stijnbrancart) 6 februari 2019
— BAMB2020 (@BAMB2020) 6 februari 2019
Movie: Allan Sandilands, Resource Futures, about collaboration in EU, SBE19 BRUSSELS – BAMB-CIRCPATH, Industry day
— Gilli&Green (@gillihobbsbre) 6 februari 2019
BAMB was proud to announce the winners of the BAMB’s Reversible Design Competition. Eighty four teams from twenty-three countries were engaged in the competition. We received very good proposals and it was extremely difficult to choose the winners.
1st prize: Team 53 – Joseph Shenton, Khe Lyn and Gabriel Wyderkiewicz / Manchester School of Architecture
2nd prize: Team 54 – Adamos Nicolaou, Georgia Thomas, Thomas Hayden John Wilkinson / Manchester School of Architecture
3rd prize: Team 50 – Kieran Thompson, Andrew Chung, Fraser Streatfield / Manchester School of Architecture
Photo: What will be your next step?
Movie: Dorien van der Weele, Royal Mosa, sharing some insights from the BAMB Project
What a fascinating trip, lots to think about. So many great examples and passionate people. Together I’m positive we can do what is needed, crucially though, although its #Circular, let’s not reinvent the wheel! Research, disseminate and implement! Thank you @BAMB2020 #BAMBImpact pic.twitter.com/5SVFlm2fEw
— Allan Sandilands (@AllanSandilands) 7 februari 2019