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IM-SAFE

Bridges and tunnels are the critical nodes on the transport infrastructure networks which are vital for the functioning and growth of European and regional economy. This infrastructure is ageing and often inadequate to cope with the increasing traffic demands and resilience threats. Such a condition brings high safety risks.
The main objectives of IM-SAFE are to support the European Commission and the European Committee for Standardization in preparing new standards in monitoring, maintenance and safety of transport infrastructure, and to accelerate the process for enabling public authorities and supply-chain stakeholders in transport infrastructure to commit to the development and adoption of the new standards.

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25.11.2021

METABUILDING’s 2nd SEED Call is now open

After the successful first SEED Call and first GROW/HARVEST Call, METABUILDING project...[more]

02.11.2021

GEOLAB - workshops on Research, Innovation and Geotechnical Research Facilities

GEOLAB is an European network of renowned institutes bringing together six...[more]

26.10.2021

IM-SAFE questionnaire & registration to IM-SAFE Symposium still available!

The H2020 CSA IM-SAFE project is paving the road towards the improvement of maintenance...[more]

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ECTP Conference (2-3 December 2021)

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ECTP was launched by the construction sector in October 2004 to develop new R&D&I strategies to improve competitiveness, meet societal needs and take up environmental challenges. It gathers around 140 member-organizations from the whole supply chain of the Built Environment.

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