1st and 2nd workshop for promotion of BIM in front of relevant market actors.

Following the governments and public procurers across Europe and around the world who are recognizing the value of BIM as a strategic enabler for cost, quality, and policy goals, TRAINEE project will arrange wide action for introduction and promotion of the application of the building information modeling as one of the requests of the new public procurement rules of the European Commission in the construction field, via initiating a comprehensive action for raising the awareness of all stakeholders in the construction sector (construction companies, engineers, architects, workers) and of the investors and relevant governmental institutions, as well as the end-users of the facilities, through a series of activities, workshops, seminars, and other promotional events.

1st workshop for promoting Building Information Modeling BIM

Initiative to bring innovation for sustainable, competitive and energy-efficient construction

 

Date: February 05, 2019 (Tuesday)

Target group: Engineers and Architects

2nd workshop for promoting Building Information Modeling BIM

Initiative to bring innovation for sustainable, competitive and energy-efficient construction

Date: February 06, 2019 (Wednesday)

Target group: Public administration, Investors, Builders and Contractors

 

What are these workshops about?

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is at the center of a digital transformation of the construction sector and the built environment. In order to provoke real steps toward the digitalization of the construction sector, TRAINEE is leading intense champagne with promotional activities on Building Information Modeling (BIM).

The aim is to show the energy savings that are a result of implementation of energy efficiency measures and measure the performance gap of projected and as-built building, through the application of BIM tools.

Workshop Highlights

  • Introductory note – Why BIM?
  • EU BIM Reality & the Case Study of BIM Implementation in Spain and Catalonia and Barcelona: three levels of governance/three different BIM roadmaps
  • Summary of benefits and challenges of BIM. Insight into the amount of BIM investment (in time and money) on individual and on company level (for a person to become BIM professional and for a company to be able to deliver BIM projects)
  • Encouraging BIM implementation on both supply and demand-side
  • What are the challenges for introducing BIM in the Macedonian construction sector, according to the results of the BIM survey?