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Title: Vision of the Construction Industry towards 2030 and beyond


1
Vision of the Construction Industry towards 2030
and beyond
  • Jean-Pierre Hamelin
  • Soletanche Bachy
  • ECTP FA Quality of Life, Rapporteur of the SRA

2
Environment and ..
Foret de Carnelles, France
3
Built Environment
  • Of the global energy consumption, 75 occurs in
    cities and 80 of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions
    emanate from cities. Indeed, climate change and
    urbanization are inseparable. And if cities are
    part of the problem, they are therefore
    inevitably part of the solution.
  • Mrs. Anna Tibaijuka, 11/05/2007

4
Built Environment
  • Housing
  • Offices, Schools ,
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Infrastructure

5
A major impact on environment
  • In operation
  • Consumption of energy, water
  • CO2 production
  • Impacts on soil, groundwater, biodiversity
  • and very long service life
  • Long / very long term effects
  • Necessity to maintain/upgrade existing stock

6
A major impact on environment
  • During construction / maintenance / end of life
  • . same plus
  • Minerals consumption ( gt 50 of extracted
    materials)
  • Waste production ( 180 Million t / year )
  • Site related nuisances ( traffic, noise, etc)

7
A major contribution to environment
  • Providing the infrastructure of sustainability
  • Energy efficient housing
  • Efficient networks,
  • etc ..
  • Protection / Remediation of natural resources
  • Water / groundwater , land
  • Waste recycling

8
A major contribution to environment
  • Prevention
  • Mitigation
  • of
  • Natural Hazards
  • Man-Made Hazards

9
Construction in Europe - Key Figures(source
FIEC www.fiec.org annual report 2007)
  • Estimated construction investment (EU 27 - 2006)
    1196 billion
  • 10,4 of GDP
  • 50,5 of Gross fixed Capital Formation
  • 2,7 million enterprises, of which
  • 95 are SMEs with fewer than 20 and
  • 93 with fewer than 10 operatives
  • 15,2 million operatives
  • 7,2 of Europes total employment
  • 30,4 of industrial employment
  • 26 million workers in the EU depend, directly or
    indirectly, on the construction sector
  • Biggest industrial employer in Europe

10
Repartition of activities (source FIEC
www.fiec.org - 2005)
  • 26 - Housebuilding
  • Individual dwellings, apartment blocks, social
    housing schemes
  • 31 - Non-residential
  • Offices, hospitals, hotels, industrial buildings,
    educational establishments
  • 20 - Civil engineering
  • Roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, hydraulic
    structures,
  • 23 - Rehabilitation and Maintenance
  • Repair, extension, maintenance of
  • Dwellings, non residential buildings,

11
The European Construction Technology Platform
(ECTP)
  • An initiative to mobilise the Construction
    Sector, fully supported by the EC.
  • An industrial driven platform with
  • Industrial commitment
  • Contribution of all stakeholders.
  • New strategies on RDI to improve
    competitiveness and satisfy societal needs.
  • www.ectp.org

12
ECTP
HLG (Bouygues)
Mirror Group
EurekaBuild
Secretariat (CSTB)
SG (Dragados)
AG (clients users)
WG Research Infrastructures
AG (SMEs)
WG Standardization
National TPs (246 countries)
Focus Areas Underground construction, cities
buildings, networks, cultural heritage,
materials, quality of life, processes ICT.
1000 members
Plenary Assembly Nov.19-20, 2007
13
ECTP Focus Areas
CITIES BUILDINGS ACCIONA and Sant Gobain
UNDERGROUNDCONSTRUCTIONS BOUYGUES and ZÜBLIN
NETWORKS Autostrade and DWW
CULTURAL HERITAGE Univ.Ljubljana and VINCI
Constr.
MATERIALS Heidelberg, Universita Politechnica
delle Marche
QUALITY OF LIFE Soletanche Bachy, Hochtief
FA PROCESSES ICT ARUP, VTT
14
National Technology Platforms
15
ECTP Vision 2030 ( 25 / 02 / 2005 )
  • Challenging and Changing Europes built
    environment

16
ECTP Strategic Research Agenda ( 23 / 12 / 2005 )
  • Achieving a Sustainable and Competitive
    Construction Sector
  • Research priorities
  • Meeting client/users requirements
  • Becoming sustainable
  • Transformation of the construction sector

17
SRA 2030
Comfort, Health for All Cities Mobility and Supply
  • Objectives

SOCIETY
Meeting Client Requirements
ENVIRONMENT
ECONOMY
Transformation Of The Construction Sector
Becoming Sustainable
Environment Networks Cultural Heritage Natural
Man-Made Hazards
Client-driven Knowledge based High Tech
18
SRA 2030
Indoor Environment New Image of Cities Using
Underground Space Mobility and Supply
  • Research areas

Energy and Resources Reduce Environmental
Impact Transport Utility Networks Cultural
Heritage Safety and Security
New Construction Process ICT Automation High
Added Value Materials Attractive Workplaces
19
SRA Implementation Action Plan
20
SRA IAP (2007-2013)
  • Consultation processes
  • May 4 Comments from ECTP, NTPs, IP coordinators,
    EurekaBuild, Erabuild, Eccredi, Encord, .
  • Deadlines
  • May 23 Approval by SG
  • June 20 Endorsement by HLG

21
Barriers to Innovation
  • The complexity of construction outputs
  • The number and range of interests involved in a
    construction project
  • The lack of performance-based competition
  • A focus on initial costs
  • Short-term relationships
  • The high proportion of small firms
  • Lack of adequate skills and training
  • The long-term consequences of failure
  • Regulations and standards.

22
JTI E2B Energy Efficient Buildings
  • More efficient building envelope
  • Better equipment and systems
  • Larger integration of renewable energies
  • Change collective and individual behaviour
  • Leaders Acciona, Bouygues

23
Lead Markets
  • EC Initiative to develop an approach on
    regulatory, standardization, public procurement
    and other policy instruments to markets more
    innovation-friendly and an economic reality

24
Lead Market on Energy Efficient Buildings
  • New buildings / retrofit buildings
  • A huge market -gt 220 Million European people
  • Addressing many technologies
  • Clients oriented energy services (Energy
    performance contracting)
  • Draft by Inter-ETP group (7 ETPs)
  • ECTP, ESTEP, ESTTP, Forest, HFP, PV, Suschem

25
Lead Market on Sustainable Construction
  • DG Enterprise and Task Force
  • Rational use of natural resources
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Materials
  • Users convenience and welfare
  • Accessibility
  • Safety security
  • Indoor air quality

26
2030 European Constructionis a Pioneer of
Sustainability
  • A new approach
  • Knowledge and demand-driven
  • Striving for sustainability
  • An opportunity for Europe to pioneer
  • ECTP is committed to coordinate the effort
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