Legolisation of bridges
The aim is to improve the building of bridges in regard to quality and sustainability, while at the same time decreasing both the costs and duration of the building- and maintaining process of these bridges.
Governments within the North Sea Region are collectively faced with a large replacement and renewing tasks of their infrastructural works. Especially for bridges this requires an immense amount of resources on development in years to come. These projects are still all tailor made by bridge building governmental organisations. We would like to build bridges with standardised elements with respect to interface, function and dimensions: Legolised bridges. By cooperating our efforts in Legolisation of bridges we can boost the scale needed to make bridge building much more effective. This results in less use of resources and less time to build ànd maintain these bridges. This in turn vastly improves availability of the infrastructure, while at the same time making these bridges more adaptive, renewable and reusable.
Movable bridges will be built confection instead of tailor made. This will make movable bridge building a leader in legolisation. It will make the bridges better, more cost efficient, easier to maintain, built in less time and more sustainable. For each element a factor 2 is envisaged.
Bridges might look similarly, underneath they will be much more efficient.
Promoting green economic activity
Reduce carbon emissions
Sustainable resource use
several Local (dutch) governmental organisations
Universities and other knowledge institutes (civil, electro/mechanical and organisational)
Engineering and/or building companies
Bridge building governmental organisations