The Partners
from South West Europe

The new laminated wood and multi-layer laminated wood products, with higher added value, enable more sustainable forest management. The international actors collaborating in the proposed project are part of the wood and cork production chain and are accumulating the necessary experience to successfully create innovative products from the described mix of materials and apply sustainable management practices to ensure long-term production.

The network integrated in the IMIP consortium will allow the development of mixed prefabricated wood-cork elements with the ability to provide alternative solutions to the current needs of structural and non-structural elements that are more energy efficient and sustainable.
For this, each one of the partners fits within the value chain of constructive solutions :

1. Forest use systems : UPV, INIA, FCBA, ISA, Xylofutur
2. Industrial transformation of forest resources: INIA, CSA, FCBA, AITIM, Xylofutur
3. Application of the products in the design of buildings and in the construction and evaluation of the systems generated: IVE, AAE, Xylofutur, AITIM, FCBA
4. Technical prescriptions and energy efficiency policies: IVE, AAE, CSA, Xylofutur, AITIM

The great complementarity and transnationality of the consortium gives it the ability to include the different environmental, social and economic realities of the regions involved, which will facilitate the implementation of the final product in the realities of all participating SUDOE regions and will increase the real impact of the project.


General Coordinator
José Vicente Oliver Villanueva,
Institute of Information and Communication Technologies (ITACA)
Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV)


Innovative Eco-Construction System Based on Interlocking Modular Insulation Wood & Cork-Based Panels

Design, validation and implementation of an ecological construction system based on natural biological materials to improve energy efficiency in public buildings, contributing to the mitigation of climate change.
Modular interconnected wood and cork insulating panel systems can replace traditional systems, generating technical, environnemental and socio-economic benefits for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, through the implementation of networks and joint experimentation.

The IMIP project is co-financed by the Interreg Sudoe program and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Total eligible cost (€): € 1,326,162.88
ERDF fund (€): € 994,622.63


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