Danish Collaborative Learning Network holds second workshop
13 Jan 2022
CityLoops’ partners from the Copenhagen Cluster held their second Collaborative Learning Network workshop on 6 December. The workshop centered on the municipalities’ challenges with circular tendering and allowed them to share knowledge and experience on how to approach these challenges.
The workshop inlcuded a speeddating session as well a 1,5 hour tour around the Musicon area, led by Klaus Kellermann, demonstration manager for Roskilde. The tour focused on all the circular building projects e.g. Hal 11/12 and the Parking garage Indfaldet (both CityLoops projects).
The workshop was a success as many participants were inspired by Roskilde’s work with circular construction. After the workshop one of the participants even implemented one of Roskilde’s Construction and Demolition Waste initiatives in one of its own building sites.
For those who haven't been able to participate in the worskhop, Roskilde has produced a virtual video tour. Høje-Taastrup has produced a similar video highlighting how the Municipality turns demolished concrete into aggregate and uses it as a foundation for its new city hall. This will become Denmark’s largest public building with a recycled foundation.
More information on CityLoops’ Collaborative Learning Networks can be found here. The network of the Copenhagen Cluster is led by Gate21 and currently has 25 participating municipalities from The Capital Region of Denmark and Region Zealand in Denmark, and from Region Skåne and Region Halland in Sweden. It focuses on the exchange of experiences between municipalities and the development of competence within circular construction. The next workshop will be held in March.