In SDG 11 issued by the United Nations, it is stated that inclusive and sustainable urbanisation should be fostered. In reflection to this development the construction industry, which is one of the world's strongest economic sectors, is increasingly facing the challenges of including aspects of sustainability in planning and design processes. Another major development in the field of architectural design and planning is the progressing digitalization of the field. Consequently, newest developments call for rethinking existing patterns in design, construction and operation. The objective of this workshop is to share recent developments in the field of soil investigation, re-use of construction waste as well as life cycle assessment and to discuss how these ideas might support rebuilding Mosul. All participants are asked to critically question the presented approaches and to assess their applicability in order to develop the future city. The workshop is open for students of all disciplines and especially relevant for students of economics, architecture, engineering, environmental science, spatial planning.