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The PVJ Program is the USP service run by PEACE since the beginning of its operation. Recent changes in economy created an opportunity to upgrade this program. Indications are that the voluntary jobs basis could easily be extended to paid employment due to progress of the PLANET POLONEUM Program, which is showing signs of maturing as the "P Jak Niebo" ("P For Heaven") online publication progresses. PLANET POLONEUM is a global program of POLONEUM Inc., consisting of a number of high quality projects requiring involvement of professionals from a large variety of fields of science and technology, including informatics and web design, genetics and biotechnology, architecture and construction, professional writing and graphic design, etc. The labour market for the pensioners and other special needs employees is shrinking so there is a growing niche to be successfully filled in by the PVJ, thanks to this Program's unique features, developed over the years of its operation. Comprehensive information about PVJ will be provided during the Course for POLONEUM Volunteers (CPV - see below)
All those interested are kindly asked to make themselves familiar with information for Patrons and contact us.


Successful development of the PVJ Program deliveres the prospect of real job placement in the learned profession for every PVJ Participant. POLONEUM introduceed logistics in order to upgrade PVJ's operation, therefore, the Counseling Committee (CC) has undertaken to organise the Course for the Volunteers, CPV, during which the PVJ Participants are familiarised with POLONEUM Programs and Projects, in terms of a PVJ Participant potential. At the end of the CPV Course, the PVJ Participants are asked to fill in a questionnaire, based on which the CC personalises their possible employment options.
CPV task is to assess the PVJ Participant's potential in a real work situation and prepare an offer of a paid work suited to his/her individual preferences. Do not hesitate to contact us for more details.

PVJ = participation in POLONEUM Mission


The projects listed beneath are a scope of the PVJ Program developed to the Participants' professional capacity.


Specific Project/Product Outline

(original wording from 'POLONEUM PROPOSAL 2001')

"The market for GM products proposed by POLONEUM is large and diverse, as is the nature of architecture, construction and affiliated industries. Only a few of the GM products have capacity to successfully enter markets instantly or after a relatively inextensive R&D. The fact is that most of these products can possibly be introduced only in the future, due to their level of complexity and/or such performance parameters, which induce change in legal standards. In terms of the business viability, the architectural GM products may be classified in the following categories:

A. Exemplary items available for introduction after a relatively short period of R&D:

-   weeds and bushes for stabilising retaining walls and slopes along the roads and

-   decorative elements for exterior and interior office and residential needs

-   garden and interior plants-lanterns, e.g. flowers with enhanced fluorescence and visual

-   light sensitive plants for industrial use, e.g. fluorescent road poles with enhanced visual

-   grown pergolas, archways and other garden GM type structures

-   construction segments, such as columns, studs and beams

-   bush shelters and park facilities for tourists

-   park facilities for children's recreation

-   cubby houses and tree shelters for outback explorers

-   curiosities of the GM plants for gardening, landscaping and theme parks (ie. giant ferns and
    other plant species for a 'Jurassic' and other theme parks)

-   mangers and feeding racks for wild animals

-   plants for generating, storing and transforming electricity and EM field

-   other... (for comprehensive list of GM concepts and projects check www.tiitinstitute.com)

B. The GM products, to be developed and introduced in the course of up to 15 years.
     The following is a list of typical examples:

-   natural, environmentally friendly housing for the aboriginal people e.g. a 'baobab house'

-   sheds and greenhouses for residential/industrial facilities

-   plates, posts, beams, studs, joists, battens, fascias, rafters, struts, purlins, bearers,
    noggings, bracings and other timber structural elements

-   living brush fencing, flower fencing

-   race tracks railings and barriers

-   scaffolding

-   watch towers

-   balustrades and rails

-   poles, masts and towers (also for telecommunication and power industries)

-   floor and wall framings

-   timber roof framings and trusses

-   roof and pavement tiling

-   girders and arches

-   corner and intersection framings

-   weatherboarding

-   cover and corner moldings

-   profiled planks and sculptures

-   T-, Y-, C- and L-shaped profiles for timber works

-   cross tree for cult purposes

-   framed external doors and gates

-   ladders

-   street lamps

-   light generating plants for industrial use, e.g. road signs with nanoenhanced visual effects

-   plant - a weather station, media broadcaster/transceiver, computer memory storage, AI

-   shell outdoor and storm water tanks

-   other... (for comprehensive list of concepts and projects check www.tiitinstitute.com)

C. POLONEUM forecast is that market demand in future would comprise the following GM

-   GM shaped architectural structures grown not erected

-   commercial and entertainment buildings

-   special purpose megastructures like dams and reservoirs

-   greenhouse structures

-   retaining walls

-   bridges and jetties

-   pieces of outdoor and indoor furniture

-   regular and spiral stairs

-   bricks and wall panels of GM shells

-   coral bathrooms, fencing

-   shell bathtubs, basins, toilets and other bathroom accessories

-   window and door structures

-   fountains and pools

-   garden shelter structures

-   outdoor stages and amphitheatre of GM shells

-   special purpose intelligent GM plants and hybrid technology organisms

-    other... (for comprehensive list of concepts and projects check www.tiitinstitute.com)

Note: The above listings are not comprehensive - the groups of products are projected for purpose of general information only and are subject to a prioritisation at relevant stages of R&D and/or production.

The above GM products incorporate unique upgraded and/or yet non-existent features and levels of performance and are unavailable from any source at this point of time. It is up to the global community and its level of general self-awareness to set standards for GM product R&D in the future. The list never ends, as there is an infinite range of applications in architecture, construction and affiliated industriesfor the GM products and technologies, reaching far beyond our imagination today.

Even failed GM R&D products or by-products shall find application. Should these prove not good for the end purpose, yet environmentally benign and interesting enough for display, they would be placed in theme parks - "the bioos". The development and running of a 'bioo' would be similar to the way today's zoo functions, with a similarly great role in educating the general public on our ever changing and versatile environment.

The aim of this Proposal is to bring focus on issues arising from the fact that science and technology have achieved a higher level of sophistication and now need to attract popular attention.

POLONEUM is currently working on organising the world's educational events like conferences, seminars, courses etc. in order to popularise the GM movement in the business environment, where personalities and companies will have an opportunity to demonstrate their achievements and brainstorm future development options for a vast, and still virgin, field of the GM Architecture, Construction And Affiliated Industries, which really is about BIOlogy and CONSTruction, or the mystique realm of BIOCONST.

Przykłady gatunków drzew nadających się do PBR Architektury GM:

Drzewo 'gumowe' (Adelajda)

Aleja baobabów (Afryka)

Drzewo figowe 'Banyan' (Sri Lanka)

Drzewo figowe 'Banyan' (India)


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