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Water and railways enable efficient and climate-smart construction logistics
8 June 2020
Cities are becoming increasingly dense and in order to build them, many different modes of transport are needed so that it can take place with minor impact on the environment in the city. "If the construction site is located at or close to a railway station or port, these forms of transport should be used, since it contributes to less congestion both at the construction site and in the cities and on our roads," says Anna Fredriksson, Linköping University.
Continue to collaborate for future opportunities
26 March 2020
Never has collaboration been as important as it is now. Various measures are currently being taken to support the Swedish economy and mitigate the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak. Within the innovation system, we can contribute by continuing to look ahead. "We need to find and establish new ways and forms to quickly get the pace up once the situation has stabilized," says Tord Hermansson, CEO of Lindholmen Science Park.
Important finding relevant data and the willingness to share it!
17 December 2019
The third MIMIC consortium meeting was held 3-4th of December at Omsorgsbygg headquarter in Oslo. Participants from all four countries were present and discussed the status and next steps forward for each work package and pilot project. The meeting also included workshops, presentations and a visit to Olav Vs gate/Klingenberggata, a zero-emissions development site in the city center of Oslo.
We need to consider multiple construction sites at once
29 March 2019
Pamela Nolz was interviewed about what has been accomplished in the CIVIC-project and what will be the main focus of MiMIC.
Increase stakeholder involvement in construction logistics
30 January 2019
The Mimic consortium met for the first-time mid-January and this time it was in Vienna. The participants discussed the way moving forward both in each individual work package but also together, in-between the work pages.
Aiming for sustainable construction logistics
28 November 2018
The aim of the MIMIC project is to demonstrate how SMART Governance concepts can be used as an aid in the construction and city planning processes. They can facilitate and support logistics to, from and on urban construction sites to improve mobility and reduce congestion. This is done within cities and will thereby reduce the negative impact of construction sites on the surrounding community.