Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) construction and renovation need an enhanced systematic approach for the quality control of the entire process. To reduce the gap between designed (predicted) and actual performances of buildings, the implementation of BIM models will enhance the collective intelligence generated by the cross-level and cross-trade project approach. The methodology will be applied to obtain a better energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality.
The consortium is composed of partners, concentrated in five counties (France, Netherlands Lithuania, Spain and Poland) with experience in previous BUS projects and establishing the
national BUS roadmaps. Every partner represent the building and/or installation sector and organisations, responsible for developing and organising large scale trainings and qualifications
The most important part of this enhanced quality control approach is a fully qualified and equipped workforce, capable to implement, execute and perform all the necessary labor
actions with a full understanding of the responsibility of their own profession and actions, as well as the relation with the other involved professions and actions within the value chain.
BIMplement was pleased to participate in the ACE Energy day on the 18th June 2019. At the occasion, BIMplement shared experiences about the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned with 3 other BIM training projects (BIMplement, BIMCert, BIMeet, NetUBIEP) funded by H2020. BIMplement also presented the training approaches in three different countries (France, Netherlands and Poland). Presentations: click here Video: […]
One of the objectives of BIMplement’s project is to create a new generation of professionals and craftsmen, qualified to deliver high quality nZEB-projects by using technical, cross-trade and BIM skills and competences. To this end, training sessions will be carried out in 50 construction sites located in France, Spain, the Netherlands, Poland and Lithuania. By […]
Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) construction and renovation need an enhanced systematic approach for quality control of the entire process. The most important part of the BIMplement enhanced quality control approach is a fully qualified and equipped workforce. Capable to implement, execute and perform all the necessary labor actions with a full understanding of the […]
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