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Dutch Green Building Council organiseert webinar over remontabele rechtbank

léon van woerkom | cepezed

The Temporary Court Amsterdam sets the tone for circular construction. It is one of the first Dutch projects where detachability is put into practice,' says the Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC), which is organising a webinar on February 10th about the process, the experiences and the learning moments. And what does this mean for the residual value of the building?

week of the circular economy
The webinar is about residual value and detachability in practice and takes place during the Week of Circular Economy. Separability has been included as a credit in BREEAM-NL New Building 2020, after DGBC developed a uniform measuring method for it. According to this organisation, 'detachability is one of the keys to the circular construction economy'.

pilot project detachability index
The Temporary Court Amsterdam was one of the pilot projects for the manufacturability index. The extraordinary design by cepezed, in cooperation with cepezedprojects and Du Prie bouw & ontwikkeling (together dpcp) and the Rijksvastgoedbedrijf as client, is now being dismantled. Reason for DGBC to organise a webinar about it.

speakers and registration webinar
Menno Brouwer (RVO) and Jim Teunizen (Alba Concepts) reflect on the application of the methodology. Menno Rubbens (director/owner cepezedprojects) explains the design choices that enable high-quality reuse. Arend van de Beek (Lagemaat) will talk about the current dismantling process.

More information and registration via the website of the Dutch Green Building Council.