Since 2004, Euroservis has turned in more than 200 European projects and most of them have been approved and financed.
Euroservis boasts a specific competence on the Programme for the cross-border collaboration between Italy and Slovenia, within which it has managed more than 150 accepted projects from 2004 to the present day, all brought to completion and 100% certified.
In the period 2007-2013, Euroservis provided technical assistance to 8 strategic projects with a value between 3 and 9 million euro, and to 26 standard-type projects with a value of about 1 million euro each, among them 9 projects financed by other direct-management European programmes, totalling 35 projects for an overall value of 67 million euro.
Some of the latest projects we have managed
Promotion of STEM education by key scientific challenges and their impact on our life and career perspectives
Lead Partner: Politechnika Warszawska
The STEM4youth project promotes instruction within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), especially as regards scientific challenges and sciences’ influence on our lives, accomplished by means of multi-discipline workshops for persons aged 14 to 19, in order to help them choose a discipline to study (i.e. choice of a profession).
Duration: 30 months
Budget: 1.768.936,25 €
Lead Partner: Autonomous Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia – Central Direction of Infrastructures, Mobility, Territorial Planning and Public Works
The general objective of European Adriatic Sea-Way (acronym EA Sea-Way) is to improve the accessibility and the mobility of passengers across the Adriatic area and its hinterland,through the development of new cross border(CB), sustainable and integrated transport services and the improvement of physical infrastructures related to those new services.
Duration: 32 months
Budget: 6.657.204,68 €
For additional information: www.easeaway.eu/
Sustainable tourism management of Adriatic HERitage
Lead Partner: Zadar County - Zadarska Županija
The HERA project tackles some of the main challenges of the countries involved in the project in the area of cultural tourism:
implemented management and promotional strategies towards the evaluation of the Adriatic area’s cultural heritage;
Reinforcement of the local communities’ involvement in the promotion and evaluation of the cultural heritage;
Spreading touristic demand over the entire year’s duration;
Improving and balancing the quality and quantity of touristic offerings;
Promotion of the Adriatic basin as a unique cultural-tourism destination.
Duration: 34 months
Overall budget: 8.842.602,24 €
For additional information: www.heradriatic.eu
Sustainable management of natural resources and territorial consistency/cohesion
Lead Partner: Comune di Sežana (Slovenia)
- ADRIA A
Access and development for re-launching the Adriatic hinterland
Lead Partner: CEI (Central European Initiative) – Executive Secretariat
Language pluralism as a source of richness and a valuable border-area asset
Lead Partner: ATS - Associazione temporanea di scopo JEZIKLINGUA
- SIGMA 2
Network for the sustainable management of the environment and bio-diversity
Lead Partner: University of Primorska
Small- and medium-sized companies’ competitiveness – Innovation and cooperation among companies
Lead Partner: Agenzia di sviluppo ROD Ajdovščina (Slovenia)
e-health in the greater border area
Lead Partner: Autonomous Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia – Regional Informative-System Service
Analysis, application and development of the protection of minorities in Italy and Slovenia
Lead Partner: SKGZ - SKGZ - Slovenska kulturno gospodarska zveza SKGZ – Slovenian Cultural Economic Union
Educating for diversity
Lead Partner: SLORI - Istituto sloveno di ricerche (Slovenian Research Institute)
Assessment, use and enjoyment of the cultural heritage and joint utilization of sports facilities in the area extending from the Giulian Alps to the Adriatic
Lead Partner: Municipality of Monfalcone, Italy
Identification of new tumoral staminal cell markers towards diagnosis and cures
Lead Partner: NIB – Istituto nazionale di biologia – Nacionalni inštitut za biologijo (Slovenia) National Biology Institute (Slovenia)
Lab for border-area tourism opportunities in Slovenia and Italy
Lead Partner: SPIRIT Slovenija - Agenzia pubblica di promozione del turismo (Public Agency for the Promotion of Tourism)
Creation of a cross-border services platform for the improvement on larger chain of processes in constructing.
Lead Partner: Veneto Region
Wings over history
Lead Partner: Province of Treviso, Italy
- BIT GENERATION
Promotion of access to the information society in mountain contexts
Lead Partner: Province of Belluno, Italy
Billlingual multimedia platform for supporting entrepreneurial opportunities in Italy and Slovenia
Lead Partner: Facoltà di Management – Management Department – Università del Litorale - Univerza na Primorskem (Coastal University)
Renewable energy and energy-savings in the tertiary sector.
Lead Partner: SSO - Confederazione delle organizzazioni Slovene (Confederation of Slovenian Organizations)
Expanding the potentiality of UNESCO Adriatic sites.
Lead Partner: Comune città di Dubrovnik - Grad Dubrovnik (Croazia) Municipality of Dubrovnik – Grad Dubrovnik, Croatia
-6 PROJECTS CONCERNING THE DEPURATION OF WASTEWATER
ISO-RE, ISO-TO, ISO-PRA, ISO-PRE, ISO-GIO, ISO-PA – Cross-border collaboration for the environmental and territorial improvement, protection and coordinated management of the Isonzo-Soča drainage basin by means of depuration and collection of urban wastewater.
Lead Partner: Municipalities of Remanzacco, Pradamano, Premariacco, San Giovanni al Natisone and Pavia di Udine, Italy; Municipality of Tolmin, Slovenia.
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