Survey: construction professionals’ practices and expectations for the SB&WRC prototypes of thermal insulant
As part of a call for projects launched by the Interreg VA France (Channel) England European Territorial Cooperation program, Nomadéis and its French and English partners have been selected to carry out the Sustainable Bio&Waste Resources for Construction (SB&WRC) project. It aims at developing three prototypes of innovative low-carbon thermal insulants made from bio-based and recycled materials.
In order to foster the distribution of such products on the market, we consider construction professional’s involvement as essential.
This consultation aims at
- Understanding your perceptions and expectations regarding bio- and waste-based construction materials ;
- Feeding the partner’s design process to help them define the types of products which fit your needs the most ;
- Identifying the leverages or hurdles to the massification of such materials on the construction market.
If not otherwise requested, this survey is totally anonymous. It lasts about 10 to 15 minutes. All fields marked with a (*) are mandatory.
The SB&WRC project is supported by the European program Interreg VA France (Channel) England and receives financial support from the ERDF.
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