Industriestandard Carbonbeton – durch Standards in eine ressourcenschonende Art des Bauens

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Industry Standard for carbon reinforced concrete - with standardization into a resource-efficient way of construction. Making construction more sustainable – that is the challenge! So manage this, a fundamental transformation of construction industry is necessary. The material carbon reinforced concrete makes a substantial contribution in this regard. With the aim of creating the necessary foundations for a climate-conscious construction method, in January 2022 the research project Industry Standard Carbon Reinforced Concrete (ISC) was launched, funded by the BMBF as part of the program RUBIN (Regional Entrepreneurial Alliances for Innovation). Missing standards and guidelines for using carbon reinforced concrete in new construction are being drawn up in this project. The ISC will increase the acceptance and the economic efficiency of carbon reinforced concrete. Entry barriers will be removed for planners, builders, manufacturers and contractors. In this paper, the project partners, the objectives of the ISC, selected research activities and results are presented and an outlook on further activities is given.


Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)757-765
Number of pages9
JournalBeton- und Stahlbetonbau
Issue number10
Early online dateSept 2023
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2023

External IDs

WOS 001058484700001
Mendeley fa607de9-2bf0-3db7-8b71-1008d9bbd92a
ORCID /0000-0003-1867-9771/work/145698285


Sustainable Development Goals

ASJC Scopus subject areas


  • carbon reinforced concrete, multifunctionality, new construction, standardization, textile concrete, thermoforming, Carbon reinforced concrete, Carbonbeton, Multifunctionality, Multifunktionalitat, Neubau, New construction, Standardisierung, Standardization, Textilbeton, Textile concrete, Thermoformen, Thermoforming, thermoforming, standardization, new construction, textile concrete, carbon reinforced concrete, multifunctionality