C/ Principado 11. 2° dcha. 33007 Oviedo
Tel. + 34 985 202 442 / Fax. +34 985 203 289
The Estudios Calidad Edificación Asturias Foundation (FECEA) is a private, not-for-profit foundation that gathers in its governing board all the most important agents of the construction sector in Asturias.
The foundation is chaired by a representative of the Asturias Government, who most contributes to its budgets. Established in 1989, FECEA has acquired extensive experience on the sector since then by promoting several initiatives aimed at qualifying building systems and the use of materials, by establishing legislations, by developing a better technical and vocational training and by contributing to the improvement of local and regional policies in the area of energy and sustainability, either for buildings or for the city construction/reconstruction.
FECEA is the coordinator of the project and is responsible of the ARCAS computer tool design and development.
Arturo Gutiérrez de Terán.
Barrio Sarriena s/n
ENEDI research group (Energy in Buildings) of the Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU) focuses its activities on energy efficiency research in buildings, both in terms of wraparound and installations.
Its most outstanding competences for the ARCAS project are, i.a., the thermal characterization of materials, the energy monitoring of buildings, the improvement of energy efficiency and the integration of renewable energies, as well as the development of methodologies for energy assessment of housing.
Iván Flores Abascal
Technoforum | 23 avenue Albert Einstein | BP 33060 – 17031 La Rochelle – France
Tél. +33 (0)5 46 45 91 14
One of the research axes of the Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Ingénieur pour l’Environnement (LaSIE) of La Rochelle Université (ULR) concerns quality of indoor/outdoor environments, which includes the study of adsorbent materials, energy efficiency of air conditioning systems and co-optimization of building and systems design.
Therefore, its scientific contribution to the ARCAS project is a key element for the energy efficiency of buildings and the quality control of inhabited environments.
8 Rue Isabelle Autissier,
17140 Lagord, France
TIPEE is a sustainable construction technology platform that trains, advises and guides professionals of intelligent construction, focused on indoor air quality, comfort, energy performance, and digital processes applied to buildings (BIM). In addition, TIPEE is considered as a reference to buildings of high environmental quality assessment; main reason for its participation in the ARCAS project.
Largo do Paço
T.:253 601 100, 253 601 109
The Civil Engineering Department of the University of Minho has relevant expertise in evaluating energy efficiency and environmental performance both in new construction and in building renovation. The department has significant experience in building monitoring (indoor environment quality, thermal comfort, energy performance, and indoor air quality) and has been involved in various research initiatives related to the assessment of energy poverty.
In addition, the department has a recognized expertise in sustainability assessment and life cycle analysis in the construction sector. University of Minho participates extensively in the ARCAS project. It leads the work on indoor air quality and energy poverty / social wellbeing and is responsible for the Portuguese case studies of ARCAS.
Calle Alta, 5, 7, 39008 Santander, Cantabria
Tel: 942 20 71 00
The Ministry of Civil Works, Regional Planning and Settlement of the Government of Cantabria exercises the powers assigned to the Ministry in the areas of renewable energies, energy efficiency and certification, energy saving and energy planning and policy, control and guidance of compliance with building and urban planning legislation. Within the framework of the ARCAS project, it will contribute to the development of new regulations for building and urban planning, considering criteria of equipment and services, energy efficiency and energy poverty for the improvement of citizens’ health.
Colegio de Arquitectos Vasco Navarro
Ministerio de Fomento
Eusko Jaurlaritza / Gobierno Vasco
Asociación Sostenibilidad y Arquitectura
Consejo Superior de Colegios de Arquitectos de España
Gobierno del Principado de Asturias
Construcciones San Bernardo
Gobierno de Cantabria
Xunta de Galicia
Instituto para la Diversificación y Ahorro de la Energía
Confederación Asturiana de la Construcción Asprocon
Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Cantabria
Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Asturias
Ministerio de la Transición Ecológica de España
Communaute d’agglomeration de La Rochelle
Office Publique de l’habitat de la Comunnaute d’Agglomeration de la Rochelle
Cámara Municipal de Guimaraes Portugal
Cámara Municipal de Braga Portugal