EU funded projects BIMplement, BIMCert, BIMeet, NetUBIEP
During the EU Sustainable energy week 2019 BIMcert’s project manager Paul McCormack will participate in session which will bring together experiences from four Horizon 2020 projects working with BIM as a training tool and developing qualification frameworks in order to deliver a high quality performing built result.
Henri Le Marois, Alliance Villes Emploi BIMplement
Benjamin Fedor, Practee Formations – BIMplement (France)
Peter Op ’t Veld, Huygen BIMplement (Netherlands)
Piotr Dymarski, Mostostal BIMplement (Poland)
Arjan Schrauwen, ISSO NETUBIEP
Paul McCormack, BIMCert
Sylvain Kubicki, BIMeet (TBC)
Moderator: Amandine La Court, EASME (TBC)
- 14:00 14:05 Overview of the need for upskilling and the changes BIM brings to construction industry
- 14:05 14:40 The four EU funded projects compare their training approaches and BIM learning tools searching for synergies and cooperation.
- 14:40 15:10 The BIMplement training experiences in France, the Netherlands and Poland.
- 15:10 15:15 Question and Answers from the audience
- 15:1515:30 Closing Remarks Philippe Moseley, Senior Project Advisor, EASME
Now discussing #BIM & energy renovation in #construction at the @Ace_Cae #EUSEW19 event moderated by @EU_EASME— Fernando Sigchos Jiménez (@FerSigchos) June 18, 2019
Interesting to hear on @H2020BIMplement, @net_ubiep, @energyBIMcert & @bimeetEU experiences, notably on training issues, for next talks in #H2020 project @bim4ren pic.twitter.com/QhSw1Fz8H7
'Create your own jigsaw' this is the methodology shared by Paul McCormack, @energyBIMcert. Each worker should select the modules that fit the needs that they have and within the time that they have available #EUSEW19 pic.twitter.com/LZ4xdWkYz3— BUILD UP (@EU_BUILDUP) June 18, 2019