A world where our activities and that of our clients are compliant to the applied laws and regulations in the smartest way.
Our projects are becoming more and more complex and intertwined in its context. With the number of requirements and regulations imposed on a project or organization, it’s hard to stay in control of being compliant to all of those. It takes a lot of effort to be compliant in our projects and be able to prove this. It is a challenge to identify all the requirements needed and to verify the designs according to those requirements.
What, if we could optimize this process? Or even better, if we could optimize the design and implement innovations without overlooking regulations or standards? Or vice versa, what if we could optimize our designs and advice by using standards? This way we can even improve the involvement of our clients in keeping them updated about the progress we make. By supporting our clients in being compliant we can help them to develop their corporate goals and therefore enhancing our social impact.
Do you have any suggestions on how to do so? We challenge everyone to bring new ideas to the table! Your ideas do not have to provide a complete and overall answer to our broad research question. We are looking for concrete ideas, both small and large, rather than abstract thoughts. We are excited to discover more about your ideas, so go ahead and submit them!
- How can we optimize contracting and contract management?
- How can we improve and fasten permit procedures?
- How can we make compliant designs and the verification of our designs easier?
- How can we help our clients to be compliant to the revised environmental act?
- How can we improve the environmental impact of our projects (emissions, noise, dangerous goods, hazardous substances and new emerging substances)?
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