Stakeholder map

1.    About the Drastic Stakeholder Map

The Drastic Stakeholder map is designed to gather profiles of businesses and organisations involved in or influencing circular and sustainable practices within the building and construction sector.

Our objective is to create an interactive overview of key stakeholders from the entire value chain of the built environment at both European and national levels. The map serves as a versatile tool within the Drastic Project, enhancing stakeholder engagement, fostering collaboration, and optimising information sharing.

Developed on the platform, the map offers an interactive display of stakeholder information and connections. Partners can explore the map to understand and gain insights about the role of different stakeholders and their relationships.

Access to the map is free (see below) and new data can be submitted for inclusion via our stakeholder submission form (see How to contribute, below). In this way the map is both a resource that anyone can use to understand the stakeholder landscape and can continue to grow through crowd-sourced information.

2. Key information & connections 

In the map, you will find the following information:

  • Organisation
  • Type of entity  
  • Country of headquarters  
  • Markets where the organisation operates  
  • Website   
  • Description   

Information regarding:

  • Links to Drastic Demonstrators
  • Organisations’ focus on Building Layers 
  • Value chain position


3. How to use the Drastic Stakeholder Map

The Stakeholder maps serve as invaluable tools not only for visualising the complex network of relationships in sustainable and circular construction but also for guiding strategic decision-making and enhancing project outcomes. In Drastic, these maps will play an important role inevent convening and communication efforts.

But since the map is free to access, we invite you to explore how the data and insights can support your own work. Potential uses include:

  • Identify businesses in a specific market that are working on sustainable, circular construction.
  • Find out which associations, networks or public bodies have a role in shaping circular construction practices.
  • Use it as a resource for academic research related to sustainable and circular construction.

We would love to hear how you are using the map. You can get in touch to share your experience here


4. How to contribute to the Drastic Stakeholder Map

If you know of businesses and organisations engaged in or impacting circular and sustainable practices within the building and construction sector that you think should be included in the Drastic Stakeholder Map we want to know about them

These stakeholders should either demonstrate leadership in circularity and whole-life carbon (WLC) reduction in buildings or wield influence over the future deployment of circular and sustainable building solutions.

In the organisation is not yet included on the map:

  • Please complete the form to send us data about the organisation.
  • We moderate the data and add it to the map in batches.
  • The map undergoes monthly updates so please be patient in waiting for your data to appear.

If the organisation is already featured on the map and you wish to propose a modification or update to the information:

  • Request the file by emailing
  • Upon your request, you will receive access to a separate file where you can review and make changes to your information.