On 10 January, 2017, the first meeting of the 14 participating partners of the European ReSHEALience project took place in Brussels, in which the implementation plans and main lines of work for the groups were carefully shared and debated.
The ReSHEALience project (Rethinking coastal defense and green Energy Service infrastructures through enHancEd durAbility high-performance fiber-reinforced cement-based materials) has been funded by the Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Action (RIA) of the European Commission with Reference Nº 760824.
This project is aligned with the European Union’s Blue Growth and Green Growth strategies, with its main objective being the development of an ultra-high durability concrete (UHDC) to improve the long-term performance and resilience of those structures that are exposed to extremely aggressive conditions, such as marine conditions.
The project partners – including eight companies, five universities, and one research institute – are:
Politecnico di Milano (Coordinator),
Cyes Maritime Works, Enel, Stress Scarl, NAFEN, Research and Development Concretes, Banagher Precast, APIEurope, Penetron, the Universitat Politècnica de València, the Technische Universitaet Dresden, the Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Ben Gurion University, and the University of Malta.