“Green Remodeling Regional Base Platform, Gyeongsang Province” was held at Hyoseok Hall of Kyungpook National University on April 8 to create an ecosystem and strengthen capabilities for the green remodelling project of public buildings, one of the core projects of the Korean New Deal.
Won Hwa Hong, the president of Kyungpook National University, Eui Rak Hong, the Vice Mayor of Daegu City, Dae Seong Ha, the Vice Governor of Gyeongbuk Province, Jung Hee Um, the Construction Policy Officer of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Boo Soon Kang, the Vice Chairman of Korea Authority of Land& Infrastructure Safety, and Han Soo Seok, the Chairman of Korea Institute of Registered Architects attended the opening ceremony.
Green Remodeling Regional Base Platform is a project to support the improvement of the ageing of public and medical facilities, which are mainly used by the socially disadvantaged, and the improvement of indoor air quality and energy performance.
The Green Remodeling Regional Base Platform Project will be operated and supported by the Homeland Security Management Agency, and will successfully carry out the project, expand awareness and base through regional hub platforms (Gangwon, Seoul, Chungcheong, Jeolla, and Gyeongsang).
Starting with the Gangwon region, the launching ceremony of the regional base platform is being held in the Seoul metropolitan area, Chungcheong region, Gyeongsang region, and Jeolla region.
The opening ceremony was also held on the same day to sign a business agreement for organizations participating in the Gyeongsang regional project. It will share people, technology, and experience related to Green Remodeling Regional Base Platform in Gyeongsang region and cooperate with each other through signing agreements between local governments such as Korea Authority of Land & Infrastructure Safety, Kyungpook National University, Dong-A University, and other partner organizations
“For eco-friendly changes in public buildings, resources and knowledge held by various institutions should be used organically, and cooperative governance between them needs to be systematically established,” said Won Hwa Hong, the president of Kyungpook National University.
“We will spare no effort to foster human resources and support technology to successfully carry out the project, and based on this, we will do our best to develop regional capabilities and spread the base of the Green Remodeling Regional Base Platform Project .”