FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in the Barents region is an ambitious project and has yielded good results. It involves NArFU as a partner and is designed to make residential facilities sustainable and eco-friendly. To learn more about the project progress, we turned to Pavel Marjyandyshev, director at NArFU Higher School of Power Engineering, Oil and Gas, and Maria Frolova, associate professor of NArFU Higher School of Engineering’s Department of Composite Materials and Environmental Engineering.
Maxim Malgin and Viacheslav Koksharov, last year’s graduates of NArFU Higher School of Energy Oil and Gas, have found jobs with large Russian and international companies. They reminisced about their student years and told us of their new responsibilities.
NArFU-Partnering Projects Receive Support from NEFCO-Managed Programme for Environment and Climate Cooperation
Administered by Nordic Environment Finance Corporation NEFCO, the Programme for Environment and Climate Cooperation (PECC) aims to facilitate Nordic-Northwest Russia partnerships with focus on capacity-building and mutually beneficial collaborations in environmental protection and climate.
The Kolarctic project FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents Region aimed at strengthening the interaction between the northern Nordic and northern Russian industry, academic and R&D communities within building technology, has been selected by the EU Delegation in Russia as an example illustrating effective international cooperation.
On 16-17 January 2020 Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland) hosted a working meeting in the framework of the Kolarctic project «FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents Region».
FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents region held its working meetings at NArFU
On June 5-6, a series of meetings was held at NArFU by FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents region, a project funded EU-Russia Kolarctic CBC 2014-2020.