2020-10-20 FIEC Press Release Renovation Wave Communication.pdf
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FIEC is a member of ECTP, the European Construction built environment and energy efficient Building Technology Platform.
The 10th ECTP Conference will take place on 5-6 March 2024 at the Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie in Brussels.
The event will celebrate the 20th anniversary of ECTP, under the motto "ECTP @ 20. Two decades shaping a smart and green built environment".
Stakeholders from innovation in the whole construction value-chain will share their experience and representatives of the European Commission will present the latest sectoral policy developments. The guest speakers will outline how the EU Construction Industry is at the heart of the green and digital transitions of the Built Environment.
All information, full event (preliminary) programme and logistics details are available on the ECTP conference website at this link.
Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie
(Avenue Louise 91-93, 1050 Brussels)
Gala dinner venue:
Belgian Comic Strip Centre
(Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Brussels)
Code to get discounted conference fees: ECTPMember2024 (amount of €300 for early-bird registration until 5 February 5, and €400 after that date). Invoices are sent by ECTP Secretariat within 2 weeks after your registration.
Possibility to exhibit - free of charge - ROLL-UP posters for EU projects: requests to be sent by 15 February at the latest.
Reservation at the Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie
(185 € for a single room - breakfast included, with cancellation free of charge up to 7 days prior to the arrival): https://www.thonhotels.com/event/ectp-aisbl/
Have look at some key information on the conference focus:
- Highlight and advance future perspectives and priorities in R&I in the construction and Built environment sector.
- Inform about the state-of-play of key European initiatives in the domain – e.g. the SET-Plan and the Co-programmed Partnership Built4People.
- Share the revisited Strategic Research Agenda (SRIA) of the ECTP.
- Share vision and discuss cross-cutting issues and potential synergies with organisations and domains connected to the construction and Built environment sector.
3 MAJOR TOPICS / PRIORITIES
- Resilient, decarbonised, adaptative and regenerative Built Environment
- Enriching, inclusive and health-improving Built Environment
- Competitive, digitalised and circular value chain