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Energy-efficiency with the help of improved BIM skills

 

The European Construction sector is facing unprecedented challenges to achieve ambitious energy efficiency objectives, in a context dominated by reduced investments, search for cost effectiveness and high productivity. Moreover the industry is experiencing its digital revolution, with Building Information Modeling (BIM) approach gaining significant interest across Europe. Member states implement very different approaches through regulations and maturity targets, which always face the traditional low-tech and informal practices of construction businesses (a sector dominated by SMEs).

BIMEET project leverages the take-up of ICT and BIM through a significant upgrade of the skills and capacities of the EU construction workforce. This project is built around a strong consortium relying on educational and research & technology expertise, robust experience of accrediting bodies, training supply chain and a wide engagement of industry led best practice.

Through its actions the project

(a) paves the way to a fundamental step change in delivering systematic, measurable and effective energy efficient buildings through BIM training;
(b) promotes a well-trained world leading generation of decision makers, practitioners, and blue collars; and
(c) establishes a platform for training.

Its principal outputs are

1) a skills matrix related to BIM and energy efficiency, harmonized thanks to EQF standard, and
2) a training platform contributing to disseminate the results.

 

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 753994.

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Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union