Sustainable building technologies for economy class housing

Sustainable building technologies for economy class housing

(2013-2015)

supported by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science (Resolution No. 218 of the Government of the Russian Federation)

Project goal

Research, develop, test and integrate into mass-production the sustainable building technologies for an earthquake-resistant and energy-efficient multi-storey building based on framed universal prefabricated systems.

Project partners

  • Tomsk Building Company, JSC (TDSK), Tomsk, Russia.
  • Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, Tomsk, Russia.
  • Research Institute of Building Physics of Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Science, Moscow, Russia.
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP, Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Institute of Information and Communication Technologies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria. 

Budget

€14,284 mln., including subsidies €7,145 mln. The project’s duration is 3 years.

Anticipated project results

  • 10-15% reduction of used building materials
  • 40 % reduction of energy consumption
  • earthquake resistance up to a magnitude of 8 
  • new technologies of lightweight concrete with high-performance
  • automated building management systems
  • more than 400 000 m² of housing
  • 195 young scientists and researchers in the project
  • 3 115 workplaces
  • 3 mln. m² of housing from 2016-2020