Forsknings- och utvecklingsingenjörContact Irina
Traditional foundations of concrete, steel and insulation account for 15-40% of CO2 emissions when constructing new buildings with wooden frames. By using alternative materials and innovative construction solutions, there is potential to reduce the climate impact and change the technology to be more adapted to today's industrialized house building.
The idea is to save CO2 emissions during the production phase of new single- and multi-storey houses through the development and evaluation of innovative foundations in order to reduce the climate footprint and increase sustainability at the system level and at the same time maintain quality and meet current construction requirements when building new houses with a wooden frame.
The aim is to give the industrial wooden house manufacturers a decision-making basis for changing traditional foundations to alternatives with a lower climate footprint.
The focus is on sustainable and innovative foundation solutions, economy, quality, light and fast execution that enable implementation in industrial prefabricated single-family houses and multi-storey houses with a wooden frame.
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Derome Hus AB , Eksjöhus AB, Fiskarhedenvillan Group AB, Klara 500/1 AB, Lindbäcks Bygg AB, Moelven ByggModul AB, OBOS Bostadsutveckling AB, Veidekke Entreprenad AB, Plattmetropolen AB
Vinnova, Stiftelsen Centrum för Byggande och Boenden i Trä (CBBT) , Trä- och möbelföretagen (TMF), Svenskt Trä , RISE