We support green transition through development and implementation of sustainable solutions in close consultation with enterprises, universities and scientific institutions.
Development and documentation of cold mixed asphalt (Danish Road Directorate)
Increase in sustainable construction through digitalisation (Danish Transport, Construction and Housing Authority)
Implementation of selective demolition in the Danish building industry (Ministry of Environment in Denmark)
Xtra Low Noise – development of a new, robust asphalt wearing course (Ministry of Environment in Denmark)
Asger Wendt Karl is experienced in using large-scale LCA-models for the development of LCA-tool and EPD-tool solutions and has specific experience with lifecycle assessment of different asphalt materials.
Henrik Fred Larsen is an expert in environmental sustainability assessments and has experience with performance of lifecycle assessments on circular economy within asphalt production.
Ole Grann Andersson is an asphalt materials and binder specialist, who has led a series of R&D projects related to the circular economy.
Claus Vestergaard Nielsen has expertise in green technologies for the concrete industry and more than 10 years of experience with standardization at national and European level.
Nielsen, C.V., Glavind, M. (2009), “Carbon footprint of concrete buildings seen in the life cycle perspective”, Proc. fib 2009 Symp. London, Federation International du Beton, Switzerland.
Larsen HF (2015). Environmental life cycle assessment of poroelastic road surfacing. Deliverable 6.7. EC FP7 Project “PERSUADE” (PoroElastic Road Surface: an innovation to Avoid Damages to the Environment) contract No.: 226313. August 31, 2015 (http://persuade.fehrl.org/)
Karl, A. A. W., Maslesa, E., & Birkved, M. (2019). Environmental performance assessment of the use stage of buildings using dynamic high-resolution energy consumption and data on grid composition. Building and Environment, 147, 97-107. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2018.09.042)
Nielsen, C.V. (2019), “Service life modeling of chloride ingress”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 116, No. 5, pp. 17-30.