CONSTRUCTION

We bring the benefits of the circular economy to all stages of our clients’ construction projects. The best way to minimise the environmental impact of construction is by engaging the contractors at the earliest possible stage in the design process. The management team should have strong competence in process modelling and in optimisation in line with circular economy principles.

In our operations, we are committed to the principles of circular economy construction. We evaluate the effects of the existing solutions and provide new ones that minimise the construction’s carbon footprint. We electronically document all our projects and the materials used in our enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, which enables us to create the customer’s material bank.

Groundwork

In foundation engineering projects we provide innovative, cost-efficient solutions. We bring broad solutions into our projects and pay attention to the characteristics of the building site, infrastructure functionality, green solutions, and area needs. The initial building site design is based upon regulations guiding us towards carbon neutral construction by 2030.

Too often there is a disconnect between foundation engineering and building construction due to lack of communication and cooperation, even though the work and its steps are tightly connected to each other. Greater consideration of the project from the point of view of regional development brings synergistic benefits. The solution for this disconnect is to work in close and open cooperation with other project partners to unify the operating models and strengthen the end result.

We have considerable experience even with more demanding foundation engineering projects. In our projects, we pay close attention to mass balance and through material choices, we guide our projects toward more sustainable outcomes.

Renewable construction and recyclable materials produced from industrial by-products will be an increasingly important part of future foundation engineering projects. At Cireco, we promote strong product development using recovered materials. We are bringing new possibilities into foundation engineering by developing and utilising manufactured infrastructure elements. By using these new methods, we conserve natural resources and promote material circulation in building sites.

Groundwork

In foundation engineering projects we provide innovative, cost-efficient solutions. We bring broad solutions into our projects and pay attention to the characteristics of the building site, infrastructure functionality, green solutions, and area needs. The initial building site design is based upon regulations guiding us towards carbon neutral construction by 2030.

Too often there is a disconnect between foundation engineering and building construction due to lack of communication and cooperation, even though the work and its steps are tightly connected to each other. Greater consideration of the project from the point of view of regional development brings synergistic benefits. The solution for this disconnect is to work in close and open cooperation with other project partners to unify the operating models and strengthen the end result.

We have considerable experience even with more demanding foundation engineering projects. In our projects, we pay close attention to mass balance and through material choices, we guide our projects toward more sustainable outcomes.

Renewable construction and recyclable materials produced from industrial by-products will be an increasingly important part of future foundation engineering projects. At Cireco, we promote strong product development using recovered materials. We are bringing new possibilities into foundation engineering by developing and utilising manufactured infrastructure elements. By using these new methods, we conserve natural resources and promote material circulation in building sites.

Road construction

In road construction projects, waste soil is utilised locally for structures and landscaping. We use reclaimed asphalt and soil recycled from nearby areas. We offer novel concepts for traffic control systems to minimise the environmental impact of our projects as much as possible.

In our projects we recognise the effects of climate change, such as extreme temperature fluctuations, heavy rainfall, and floodwater management. We strive to prevent the release of chemicals into surrounding soil and water, as well as to protect the surrounding nature and utilise it in greenspace engineering and in landscaping in ways that not only contribute to efficient construction, but also blend seamlessly into the surrounding nature.

Regional development and city planning

Our innovative solutions support the environment and nature while creating a more comfortable habitat for people. We can produce a comprehensive concept or project plan whose design incorporates a sustainable lifestyle in seamless cooperation with land use processes.

In order to consider the circular economy during the design of new residential and business areas, one must first understand a region’s raw material cycles, sustainable structures, services, and lifestyles, as well as building site design that respects the environment’s carrying capacity. Decisions made during the zoning process often enable or prevent eventual accomplishment of circular economy goals.

We will make sure that the master plan favours circular economy goals and that infrastructure solutions and services such as energy, water, nutrient cycles, mobility and information technology favour a sustainable lifestyle. In future carbon-neutral cities, landscaping, stormwater solutions, organic substrates, and carbon sinks will feature centrally.

Regional development and city planning

Our innovative solutions support the environment and nature while creating a more comfortable habitat for people. We can produce a comprehensive concept or project plan whose design incorporates a sustainable lifestyle in seamless cooperation with land use processes.

In order to consider the circular economy during the design of new residential and business areas, one must first understand a region’s raw material cycles, sustainable structures, services, and lifestyles, as well as building site design that respects the environment’s carrying capacity. Decisions made during the zoning process often enable or prevent eventual accomplishment of circular economy goals.

We will make sure that the master plan favours circular economy goals and that infrastructure solutions and services such as energy, water, nutrient cycles, mobility and information technology favour a sustainable lifestyle. In future carbon-neutral cities, landscaping, stormwater solutions, organic substrates, and carbon sinks will feature centrally.

GOALS AND BENEFITS
of infrastructure construction in the circular economy

• Reduction of construction costs
• Lowering of operating costs
• Conservation of natural resources
• Reduction in waste, emissions, and environmental load
• Creation of social and ecological value