EnDurCrete

New Environmental friendly and Durable conCrete,
integrating industrial by-products and hybrid systems,
for civil, industrial and offshore applications

About the Project

The main goal of EnDurCrete Project is to develop a new cost-effective sustainable reinforced concrete for long lasting and added value applications. The concept is based on the integration of novel low-clinker cement including high-value industrial by-products, new nano and micro technologies and hybrid systems ensuring enhanced durability of sustainable concrete structures with high mechanical properties, self-healing and self-monitoring capacities.

Starting date:1. 1. 2018
Duration:42 months
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News & Events

MADE EXPO 2019 MADE EXPO 2019

Project representatives from Università Politecnica delle Marche, Heidelberg cement, Nuova Tesi and RINA Consulting will attend the MADE EXPO 2019 that will take place on 13th-16th March 2019 in Milan, Italy.
Made Expo is Italy’s most important trade show for the Building & Construction industry. Our project will be introduced via presentation on 14th March. 

M12 General Assembly meeting M12 General Assembly meeting

Less than a month and EnDurCrete project consortium will meet again!

The meeting will be held from 6th to 7th February 2019 in Cordoba, Spain.

8th ECTP conference in Brussels 8th ECTP conference in Brussels

Actors from the whole construction value-chain, including academia, industry, and representatives of the European were discussing the topics of innovation in the Built Environment in Europe at the 8th ECTP conference
In addition, the ECTP conference offered an exhibition area in which key results from innovation projects were presented. FENIX TNT represented our project at their stand with other H2020 projects.

Partners

Advanced Management Solutions
KVAERNER
ZAG
HeidelbergCement
Universita Technica Delle Marche
VITO
Infra Plan
Rina
SIKA
NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET
Nuova Tesi System
IBOX
Geonardo
Fenix TNT
Acciona
CEA

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