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BBRI - Belgian Building Research Institute

Circular economy

Efficient use of resources and materials

Technological innovation


The Belgian Building Research Institute is a private research institute founded in 1960 in order to execute applied research in the construction industry, in order to improve its competitiveness. The statutory members of the BBRI are the more than 90,000 Belgian construction companies (general contractors, carpenters, glaziers, plumbers, roofers, floorers, plasterers, painters, etc..), mostly SMEs. The BBRI has the following three main tasks: to perform scientific and technical research for the benefit of its members to supply technical information, assistance and advice to its members to contribute to the general innovation and development in the construction sector, more specifically by performing contractual research upon the request of the industry and the authorities.

Creation date: 11/10/2017

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BBRI - Belgian Building Research Institute

Lombardstraat 42
1000 Brussels


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Type of actor


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Interest to cooperate

Circular Economy in Construction, according to 3 main axes: - circular design & building: design choices, layering, connections of materials, low impact materials, C&D Waste, ... - urban mining: making use of the existing materials stock in cities & areas: inventory, recycling, reuse, remanufacturing, ... - circular business models: sharing, product-service systems, service life of materials & products, added value, ...

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Experience in INTERREG project?