STABU2 Catalogue update with 10 KOMO Assessment Guidelines

October 11, 2022

Once again, during the past few months STABU added Assessment Guidelines and made these available online in the STABU2 Catalogue. A total of 10 KOMO Assessment Guidelines were added.

In the general specifications for the structural part:

  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 2340: Concrete masonry bricks
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 0203: Floor elements (the specifications in which Assessment Guidelines 2340 and 0203 can be prescribed are also mentioned in another article on environmental data in this newsletter).
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 0809: Sealing profiles for facade elements
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 1905: Mortars for brickwork
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 2360: Paving brick
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 2339: Adhesives for load-bearing applications
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 4705: Concrete roof tiles and accessories
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 5010: Ceramic roof tile

And a couple of KOMO Assessment Guidelines on prefabricated concrete products:

  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 2340: Concrete masonry bricks
  • KOMO Assessment Guideline 0203: Self-supporting load-bearing system floors of precast building concrete (in the STABU database, these are the specifications of hollow-core slabs and wide slabs).

Why KOMO Assessment Guidelines in STABU systematics?

The STABU Catalogue is one of the ways KOMO shares data with relevant parties in the building sector as a service for market and certificate holders. STABU is the standard when it concerns drawing up specifications. The catalogue contains all specifications of the building work, legal conditions and  (KOMO) quality regulations!  Manufacturers’ products are already located and applied during the specification process. Consequently, a contractor gets to choose its best suppliers for each job and is then in the very best position to deliver higher quality.

Building sector specifications without solutions

Clients of building work are increasingly asking suppliers to come up with good, technical solutions for a building themselves, rather than working out complete STABU specifications. This ‘Solution-Free Specification’ arises from the idea that clients like to get the best market solutions.

Ketenstandaard Bouw en Techniek (Dutch foundation for chain standards in building and technology) based in Ede, Netherlands, collaborates with architects, manufacturers, suppliers, contractors, consultants and software houses to create standard methodology for solution-free specification in the building sector.

Read more about it on the ‘Ketenstandaard’ website

Would you like an introduction to the new methodology for Solution-Free Specification in the building sector? Ketenstandaard will soon be hosting an information meeting.


STABU delivers an important contribution to a sustainable, circular and efficient building process while complying with the latest laws and regulations, but also contributes to the digitalisation of the building sector.

In the coming months, KOMO Assessment Guidelines will be available again in the STABU2 system.


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