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Exploitation of Business Models for Deep Renovation was the focus of the workshop organised by PROGETONE project partner HIA with the collaboration of UNIBO and LIMA in the frame of “Sustainable Places 2019” in Cagliari, Sardinia. Representatives from six EU co-funded projects presented their experience......

Joining efforts once again to set new goals and share achievements, in Bologna ProGETonE partners met in Bologna last May, to keep on sharing the key advancements of the project. Face-to-face meetings are valuable occasions to undergo important discussions and tackle key decisions. Final design,......

The first real size prototype of the ProGETonE solution was discovered by all the partners in ALIVA premises in Italy Although the materials and aesthetics are not the final ones, the opportunity to discover in scale 1:1 the holistic solution to reinforce the buildings, as......

Together with the industry partners, a full-scale functional model was created in San Mauro Pascoli on the ALIVA premises. An exoskeleton made of aluminum was built into which the various possibilities of spatial extension were added. The spatial modules were built from prefabricated cross-laminated timber......

Pro-GET-onE invites you to its 2nd International Conference, taking place in Bologna the 22nd of May 2019. Under the title: Increasing the quality and the value of existing buildings: energy, seismic and architectural retrofit practices, you will meet several high-level speakers from European Commission, University......

Project coordinator, Annarita Ferrante (University of Bologna), was invited to explain the key success points of ProGETonE proposal that allowed it being financed by the European Commission. She highlighted the following tip: “be visionary, have something you strongly believe that could make a difference”....

Project coordinator, University of Bologna, attended the Ecomondo Exhibition in Rimini last October 2018, in order to promote the project activities and to engage national stakeholders....

The partners met and shared project progress last October in the nice town of Brasov, in Romania. It was time to know into detail some project design advancements and details and take some key decisions about materials, prefabrication approach and implementation issues. The meeting included......

During the Sustainable Places conferences in Aix-les-bains, a workshop focused on the deep renovation of buildings was jointly organized the 27th June by the sister projects P2Endure, 4RinEU, More-connect and ProGETonE. These four projects take part in a projects’ cluster to help sharing experiences to......

During 8-10th May, ProGETonE partners met for their third General Project Meeting, hosted to excellence by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The meeting in  the beautiful historic buildings of University of Athens in the City Centre was marked by intensive and fruitful discussions......

Annarita Ferrante and her research team from the Department of Architecture, together with Giovanni Semprini from the Department of Industrial Engineering, School of Engineering and Architecture, UNIBO, published the first scientific article on the progress of Pro-GET-onE. The paper in the journal Sustainability[1], at MDPI,......

Technical challenging discussions took place last March in Munich in the framework of ProGETonE project activities relating to “energy efficient design”. Rich exchanges among partners were carried out to solve structural and energy requirements at a time, while offering comfortable and functional new spaces and/or......

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