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   Switch to Russian 2010 * September 2010 * 29.09.2010 Monday, November 18, 2019  
 Republican Centre for Technology Transfer Became a Participant of a New International Project

High level representatives from 11 countries surrounding the Baltic Sea approved nine significant projects in Kiel, Germany on 15-16 September. The projects deal with the enhancement of cooperation for contribution to sustainable economic and social development and fostering innovations all over the Baltic Sea Region, and they will be financed to the extent of the Baltic Sea Region Programme in 2011-2013. COOL Bricks Project - the member of which is the Republican Centre for Technology Transfer - is among 9 approved projects.


COOL Bricks Project was initiated by partners from 9 countries, the total budget of the project amounts to 4,308,968.67 EUR. 18 organizations form the consortium:


Lead Partner

01 Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

Behörde für Kultur, Sport und Medien / Denkmalschutzamt



02 Hamburg, Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt

03 Ausbildungszentrum Bau in Hamburg GmbH

04 Kiel, Umweltamt



05 Stadsmuseum Stockholm

06 Energy Agency Southeast Sweden

07 Swedish National Heritage Board

08 Malmö, Environment Department



09 Aalborg University, Danish Building Research Institute



10 Estonian Heritage Society

11 Kothla-Järve Town Government

12 Centre for Development Programs



13 Vilnius Builders Training Center



14 Riga, Infrastructure Department

15 Riga Technical University



16 European Foundation for Monuments Protection



17 Republican Centre for Technology Transfer


18 KIINKO- Real Estate Education


Project goal:

·         Improvement of the energy efficiency of historical buildings without losing there identity!

·         Arrange of the requirements of monument conservation and climate protection!


The project is directed to solving of mutual problems of European Union and Baltic Sea countries:

·         CO2-Reduction, even in the building sector

·         Conservation of cultural heritage

·         The cities in the Baltic Sea Region are characterised by brick facades and brick masonry.

·         The brick facades complex problems with damages of single-leaf brickwork occured.

·         After the first wave of technical approvement (modern heating, insulation, thermal insulation windows) collisions and conflicts appear between the conversation of monuments and refurbishment to reduce energy consumptions.

·         Risk to change completely historical buildings by measures for energetic optimisation.

·         Risk to loose the characteristics of our cities (in Hamburg in particular brick architecture).

·         Risk to loose attractiveness, competitiveness and tourism.


It is planned to solve the following strategic, technical, educational and economical problems within the framework of the project: 


strategic approach

·         Development of a transnational declaration of the Baltic States

·         Integration of “cultural heritage aspects” in regional climate protection and urban development concepts

·         Integration of project results into regulations, urban planning, subsidy systems, tender processes,


technical solutions and implementation

·         Development of new technical solutions to improve the energy efficiency of historical buildings (focus on brick architecture)

·         Researches and baseline studies at historical buildings

·         Implementation and evaluation of new techniques in pilot projects


education and economic promotion

·         Integration of technical solutions in courses and new curricula for craftsmen, planners, architects

·         Transnational coordination of curricula/ Transnational certification of specialized qualifications/ Promotion of mobility of labour

·         Development of new market opportunities for SME’s.


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