ABRACADABRA H2020 project has developed a technical toolkit to support key financial actors, decision-makers and social stakeholders in the construction sector
Do you know that only about 1,2% of Europe’s existing buildings are renovated every year?
This is mainly due to very long pay-back times of retrofitting interventions, a lack of a standardized set of technical solutions or integrated solutions to comply to new and different building standards requirements and insufficient incentives.
ABRACADABRA is a coordination and support action that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme in order to demonstrate a new renovation strategy based on AdoRES.
AdoRES (volumetric Add-Ons and Renewables) are sets of Assistant Building Units, such as aside or façade addictions, rooftop extensions or even an entire new building adopting the existing buildings (the so called assisted buildings).
In particular, the project consortium has developed a useful technical toolkit in order to help key financial actors, decision-makers and social stakeholders in the construction sector.
ABRA Technical Toolkit
ABRA Technical Toolkit provides a guide and outline process for stakeholders to understand, assess and implement the technical assessment required for successful building renovation projects.
It consists of two main parts:
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The technical toolkit can be downloaded on the private area of the website reserved to the project’s stakeholders: join now the ABRA community! http://www.abracadabra-project.eu