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BIM4EEB partners are happy to present the BIM toolkit for efficient renovation developed during 4 years of this EU-funded research and innovation project. At the one hour and a half conference, you will learn about the BIM Management System (BIMMS), a platform for easy exchange and use of information gathered from different sources throughout the building’s life cycle, and the six tools integrated into it as follows.
Register here and get free access to the fair.
As part of its endeavour to promote security by design principles, the Architects’ Council of Europe collaborates with Enhancing Faith Institutions (EFI) and Network of Religious and traditional peacemakers in the SOAR programme. The project is supported by the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations. The call for best practice architectural examples is meant as a vehicle to promote and advance the expertise of European architects in Security by Design of public spaces and in particular religious buildings in their urban contexThe call for best practice examples of religious architecture as part of public space in Europe invites entries of new buildings and ensembles, as well as conservation, restoration, and interventions on existing structures. Deadline 15 April.
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BIMzeED partners are delighted to present the project results after three and half years of work during the final conference on 20 April. At the two-hour conference, BIMzeED partners will present the EU skills gap analysis results leading to the development of the 12 Learning Units, the Train-the-Trainers programme, the results and feedback received during the piloting and the 12 Learning Units about Building Information Modelling (BIM) and nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB). Attendees will also learn how to access the BIMzeED content, and hear about the educators and learners’ experience in the project.
The online conference is free and open to learners, educators, institutions, SMEs, and the public sector interested in multidisciplinary micro-learning content in BIM and nZEB.
We are proud to be part of the European Vocational Skills Week.
This webinar will present BIMcert and ARISE toolkits, which provide an agile work/learning marketplace where speed and agility are critical and where the workforce needs to be provided with the tools to do their job in a continuous cycle of learning commensurate with the demands of their daily workload. A BIM qualified building workforce is required across the UK and Europe to meet the energy challenges of construction.The toolkits ensure that blue-collar workers and some middle and senior-level professionals across the building value chain have the required BIM, interconnect IT and technological skills, as well as practice. This webinar is part of the European Vocational Skills Week.
In response to the EPBD Review the Cultural-E project has submitted a Position Paper advocating for the inclusion of Plus Energy Buildings and Indoor Environmental Quality.
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