News

Website renewal

Website renewal

We are currently renewing our website. The goal of the work is to help us to better serve our clients focused on EU projects and construction sector. We aim at publishing the reorganised website latest in July 2020.

Season’s Greetings

Season’s Greetings

We thank our clients and partners for the fruitful cooperation in 2019 and wish the best of success for the New Year.

Ecotelligent Oy developing wood-structured telecom towers wins H2020 grant

Telecom towers are common elements in our environment and in the future, their number is expected to grow globally. Ecotelligent Oy offers a wood-structured alternative to the traditional towers often made of steel. Ecotelligent’s 30-40 -meter high towers are hollow in the core, so cables and different equipment can be installed there, safe from weather and vandalism. Being esthetical and ecologic ...[Read More]

H2020 funding for a project utilising mineral wool waste from construction industry

H2020 funding for a project utilising mineral wool waste from construction industry

The circular economy project Mineral wool waste back to loop with advanced sorting, pre-treatment, and alkali activation ”WOOL2LOOP” has received a substantial grant from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. The project aims at converting mineral wool from construction and demolition waste into new materials. In the project, mineral wool waste is recovered through geopolymer technology; the mineral wo ...[Read More]

Culmentor 20 years!

Culmentor 20 years!

Culmentor celebrates its 20-year history in March 2019. The company was founded in 10.3.1999 to provide project management services, but the activities expanded soon to regional development projects and development of project management software for EU funded projects. Today Culmentor’s operations focus mostly on international EU funded research, innovation and business development projects, and i ...[Read More]

Horizon 2020 grant for RESTORE project developing smart solutions for knee cartilage repair

The project RESTORE (User-centred smart nanobiomaterial-based 3D matrices for chondral repair) that aims at creating 3D matrices that incorporate smart nanomaterials to repair knee cartilage lesions has won a 5,5 million EUR grant from the Horizon 2020 programme (sub-programme Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing). RESTORE’s results are targ ...[Read More]

Genetta Climbing Shoe receives a Horizon 2020 SME Instrument grant

Culmentor’s client, Finnish SME Altiax Oy has won a Phase 1 grant from Horizon 2020 SME Instrument for the commercialization and international market introduction of the Genetta climbing shoe. The competition for the grants was high, only 9% of the 2223 proposals submitted were selected for funding. Genetta offers a safe, ergonomic and fast way to climb wooden, metal or composite poles and living ...[Read More]

SmartCHEM Summit, Turku, Finland, 22 May 2018

SmartCHEM Summit, Turku, Finland, 22 May 2018

Turku Science Park organises the event ”SmartCHEM Summit 2018” on 22 May 2018. The event presents the latest innovations in bio-based industry and solutions for creating new businesses from side-streams and is directed at representatives of industry, expert organisations and research institutes. SmartCHEM Summit is an official side event of the SHIFT Business Festival organized in Turku 22-23 May. ...[Read More]

FinNuclear training on Nuclear construction in Finland, 24th May 2018

FinNuclear association organises a training “Characteristics of Nuclear Construction in Finland” in Helsinki 24th May 2018. Culmentor’s Jukka Hellgren will be one of the speakers in the training, focusing e.g. on procurement procedures and documentation during project phases. The address of the training venue will be published later. Detailed information is available at the FinNu ...[Read More]

Culmentor involved in new waste station development in Seinäjoki

Culmentor involved in new waste station development in Seinäjoki

Lakeuden Etappi Oy, a company owned by municipalities around Seinäjoki, Finland, is preparing for the construction of a new waste station to be located next to the current Seinäjoki-Nurmo waste station. The aim is to design the new centre to be as resource and energy efficient as possible with 24h/day service that will be enabled by automation. In the planning and construction phase, new operation ...[Read More]