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Improved Logistics for rescource efficient construction

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Coordinator STOCKHOLMS KOMMUN - Exploateringskontoret
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration January 2015 - June 2015
Status Completed
Venture Challenge-Driven Innovation – Stage 1 initiation

Purpose and goal

The aim is to carry out an applied research on building logical center available for urban development in Stockholm Royal Seaport. The goal is to get a broad constellation and interdisciplinary dimension of the mission to ensure the vision that has been developed for the project ´Developing and creating a transformation into new tools, processes and expertise that supports sustainable urban development´

Results and expected effects

The project has been through several workshops and meetings with a broad and strong constellation around the overarching questions ´How is the construction process, workplace and resource efficiency of a developed construction logistics, and a local construction logistics centers?´ and ´What tools, processes and skills need to be developed for future construction logistics?´ Expected effects are a common consensus on the construction logistics and through dialogue to develop new concepts.

Approach and implementation

Implementation takes place through five working groups (WP1-5). WP1: Overall system of communication, expertise, IT, Leadership and organizational design, model and systems analysis, WP2: Contracts and Procurement, WP3: Production efficiency and building economy, WP4: Natural resources and environmental impact, WP5: Working environment, safety and behavior. The work is coordinated through, and WP1 and WP leaders. WP1 participate all WP2-5 in the overall issues.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2014-04281

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