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Resource Efficiency for the Building Sector
 

Stakeholders

A number stakeholders subgroups have been set up to support progress of the study. A brief overview of each of these subgroups is provided below, together with a listing of the members of each subgroup.

Registration for these subgroups is now closed, however interested stakeholders can still register to be kept informed about progress of the study.

Please provide us with your contact details by registering, so we can keep you informed of progress, findings, consultations and events.

During the course of this study we would welcome your feedback on any of the issues raised. You can contact us at the project email address: JRC-IPTS-EFFICIENT-BUILDINGS@ec.europa.eu or alternatively, you can always contact the project team directly.

Members of the project Steering Group (SG1)

The steering group for the project has been selected by DG ENV and DG GROW to provide strategic, professional external guidance on the direction of the study and broad representation of the different actors within the industry – namely the supply and demand side, public sector policy, existing building assessment schemes/reporting tools, sectoral research bodies, NGOs and networks.

For transparency the membership list, is published here:  

Supply side Judit kimpian AHR (representing the Architects Council of Europe)
Pascal Eveillard Saint Gobain
Gernot Tritthart LafargeHolcim
Demand side Jennifer Clark Skanska
Francisco Javier Bonilla Diaz Acciona
Philippa Gill PMG Consulting
Johanna Ode SABO (representing Housing Europe)
Miles Keeping Hillbreak
Public policy Dieter de Lathauwer Belgian Federal Public Service of Public Health
Sirpa Pietikainen Member of the European Parliament
Martin Wetterstedt Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (representing the Council of European Municipalities and Regions)
Building assessment schemes/tools Frank Hovorka Caisse des Dépôts (representing the Sustainable Building Alliance)
Research bodies, NGOs and networks James Drinkwater World Green Building Council
Ursula Hartenberger Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

 

Members of the macro-objectives expert Sub Group (SG2)

A small group of academics, policy researchers and practitioners that are experts in their field have been selected to provide guidance on the identification of the macro-objectives. Their expertise is intended to reflect the three main areas covered within the first working paper - EU/MS environmental and resource efficiency policies, building life cycle 'hot spots' (including induced impacts) and the prioritisation of existing assessment/reporting tools.

EU and MS policy frameworks Till Bolland German Federal Environment Agency
Teresa Domenech University College London
Paul Ekins University College London
Resource efficiency, top down LCA ‘hot spots’ and induced impacts Michael Hiete University of Kassel
Marc Bosmans Eurima
John Anderson Munich Technical University
Existing assessment and reporting tools Ricardo Mateus University of Minhu
Gareth Roberts Sturgis Carbon Profiling
Observers Pawel Kazmierczyk European Environment Agency
Almut Reichel European Environment Agency

 

Members of the macro-objectives expert Sub Group (SG3)

A small group of building sector specialists in project-level aspects of resource efficient construction, renovation and operation have been selected to provide guidance on the identification of the core indicators. Members of this group have been involved in real life cases of construction, renovation, operation, monitoring and evaluation where particular emphasis was placed on resource efficiency.

Macro-objective 1 François Durier QUALICHeCK Project (CETIAT, France)
Jessica Karhu Green Building Council Finland
Simon Sturgis Sturgis Carbon Profiling
Julien Hans Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB)
Macro-objective 2 Andrea Charlson High Speed Two (HS2)
Nick Avery Eurofer
   
Macro-objective 3 Armando Silva Afonso ANQIP (Portugal)
   
Macro-objective 4

Margareta Wahlström

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Anne Hyvärinen

National Institute for Health and Welfare (Finland)
Macro-objective 5 Bruno Sauer Green Building Council Spain
   
Macro-objective 6 Professor Thomas Lützkendorf Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Professor Sven Bienert University of Regenburg

 

Members of the main stakeholder Sub Group (SG4)

Following a selection process carried out by DG ENV, DG GROW and DG JRC, the members of the main stakeholder group for the study have been confirmed.

Over 120 registrations of interest were received which, because of practical constraints, have had to be reduced down to 35.  In order to do this the criteria listed on the 'Register' page of this website were used to ensure as balanced and broad a representation as possible.  In addition, and reflecting the findings of our initial research, consideration was given to the most significant types of construction materials from a market and life cycle perspective – namely concrete, ceramic, steel and wood. 

We thank all the individuals and organisations that registered their interest. Stakeholders who did not make it to the Sub Group will be added to the project’s mailing list so that we can keep them informed about the progress of study, including meeting minutes and publications. We may also contact some of the stakeholders who were not selected for the main group to take part in technical sub-groups during the study. 

For transparency the final membership list, is published here:

Supply side Sue Arundale European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC)
Alice Franz European Builders Confederation
Luc Bourdeau European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP)
Oscar Nieto Sanz Construction Products Europe
Thomas Harrison European Concrete Platform
Christian Leroy Metals for Buildings
Nuno Pargana Cerame-Unie
Frank Werner European Federation of woodworking industries
Ana Cunha Cribellier DEERNS Group
Demand side Graeme Gibbs EPRA (European Public Real Estate Association)
Emmanuelle Causse UIPI - International Union of Property Owners
Patrick Brown Jointly representing: European Historic Houses Association; European Landowners Association; European Property Federation; European Group of Valuers Associations; Union Internationale de la Propriete Immobiliere
Nadine Rossmann ZIA - Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss (the German Property Federation)
Pete Halsall Good Homes Alliance (UK)
Dave Heesakkers Goodman Europe
Vincent Peyramale CalCon epiqr Software GmbH
Government and Public Agencies Lenka Sedmidubská Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic
Miranda Mesman RIVM, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, the Netherlands
Guy Bampton Department of Communities and Local Government, UK
Harri Hakaste Ministry of the Environment, Finland
Kristina Einarsson National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, Sweden
Etienne Vienot Rhonalpénergie-Environnement (RAEE), France
Gonçal Marquès Institut Català del Sòl, Cataluña, Spain
Morten Buus Danish Energy Agency
Building assessment schemes/tools Ari Ilomaki Chair of CEN/TC350
Alan Yates BRE Global Limited
Christine Lemaitre German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB)
Sylviane Nibel Certivéa (CSTB Group)
Andrea Moro iiSBE Italia
Philippa Shire GRESB BV
Research bodies, NGOs and networks Kurt Emil Eriksen Active House Alliance
Petr Hajek Czech Technical University in Prague
Lisa Wastiels Belgian Building Research Institute
Laura Soto Francés Valencia Institute of Building (IVE), Spain
Karen Allacker KU Leuven, Belgium
International observers Pekka Huovila UNEP Sustainable Buildings and Construction (SBC) Programme

 

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