RecoverIND (Ecological and Innovative Technologies for recovering industrial areas from LCA and Energy Efficiency point of view) is a project funded by the Erasmus+ program and aims to deepen the interconnection between energy efficiency, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and the use of advanced technologies for building design and rehabilitation of the construction sector, with the need to improve knowledge in the education sector.

The project is developed on the basis of an international partnership consisting of three entities from Romania and four from Spain and Poland: Transylvania University of Brasov (UTB) which is the initiator and leader of the project, Fundația pentru formare profesională și învățământ preuniversitar VIITOR, Romania Green Building Council (RoGBC), Asociación Empresarial de Investigación Centro Tecnológico del Mármol, Piedra y Materiales (CTM) – Spain, Universidad De Sevilla – Spain, Zespol Szkol Budownictwa Nr. 1 – Poland and Politechnika Poznanska din Poznan – Poland.

The creation of an innovative qualification methodology that brings together the three main axes of the project, Industrial Restoration – ICTs (Information and communications technology) – Energy Efficiency, will mean that the sector will be able to overcome the deficiencies that are currently latent. New technologies applicable to the conversion and restoration of industrial areas are emerging every day. Therefore, the project will offer training in systems such as collaborative robotics and drones, which will allow the project's target groups to adapt to new management systems and new production processes.

The training of both students and professionals becomes essential to take advantage of the interoperability offered by ICTs with equipment and software for the evaluation of EE and LCA for industrial restoration.