Project

CIVIC

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Coordinating Country

Budget:
929.213
Duration:
2016-2018

Project Description

Construction In Vicinities: Innovative Co-creation

Cities always require construction work, without it we simply would not be able to create attractive, sustainable and economically viable cities. However, it isn’t all positive: construction related transport has negative impacts, which are very real for people that work and live near construction sites. Construction In Vicinities: Innovative Co-creation (CIVIC) seeks to deal with this problem. It aims to involve all relevant stakeholders in the evaluation of alternative transport and logistics measures that minimise disruption, nuisance, and improves efficiency. The project expects that it will increase understanding and acceptance among stakeholders with regards to transport and logistics in complex urban development projects. Another end result will be improved sustainability of construction work in terms of economic and environmental impacts. This project will be conducted in Amsterdam, Stockholm, Vienna, and Brussels.

Contact persons

MSc Susanne Balm
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL)
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Partners

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (AT)

BERNARD Ingenieure (AT)

CommuniThings (BE)

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE)

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL)

Deudekom and Cargohopper (NL)

Lindholmen Science Park (SE)

Chalmers University of Technology (SE)

Linköping University (SE)

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