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To Prepare for the Workforce of the Future, Start Upskilling Employees Today

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The “workforce of the future” can be an anxiety-producing phrase, conjuring images of a soulless world where the robots did indeed come for everyone’s jobs. The truth is, the robots are already here, and they’re automating repetitive tasks, not jobs. But the picture doesn’t have to be grim. Businesses that focus on reskilling, upskilling, and […]

Build Digital Project launched in Ireland

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The Build Digital Project was launched in Ireland recently to ensure that world class digital practices are adopted throughout the Irish construction industry and supply chain in order to achieve a more sustainable and innovative sector from top to bottom. Read more here: http://bit.ly/3slirBG  

Call for Trainers

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As part of the BIMzeED project, a number of training modules on the topics of BIM and NZEB have been developed and are available to use for FREE. These online modules will be of interest to people in Higher or Vocational Education, or private trainers. By becoming a trainer on the BIMzeED course, you will […]

nZEB building – from optimal concept to the solution

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Knauf Insulation, in cooperation with the Faculty of Civil Engineering University in Zagreb, organized a webinar on the topic of nZEB buildings – from the optimal concept to the solution. The webinar was held through the ZOOM platform, on December 9th, 2020, where 1,000 people participated. Through practical examples, participants were given a brief basis […]

Opportunity to reduce energy consumption with seismic renovation of buildings

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The Croatian Center for Earthquake Engineering organized the 5th Conference Knowledge for Zagreb – synchronously together with seismologists, architects and builders (17th December 2020). Representatives of Faculty of Civil Engineering University of Zagreb Bojan Milovanović and Marina Bagarić within the presentation Opportunities for reducing energy consumption with seismic renovation of buildings tried to give answer […]

BIMzeED at the 12th BUILD UP Skills exchange meeting

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The 12th edition of the BUILD UP Skills European exchange meeting was organised as an online event on 9th-10th December 2020. The first day of the event was a public workshop focusing on the role of skilled building professionals to deliver the European Green Deal. Speakers from stakeholder organisations and several departments of the European […]

National BIM workshop series in Hungary

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ÉMI Nonprofit Llc. as a partner and workpackage leader in BIMzeED started to organize a series of BIM workshops to establish long-term cooperation with leading Hungarian design and construction companies and knowledge centres using the BIM methodology. In 2020 three BIM workshops were implemented at the ÉMI Knowledge Centre in Szentendre (24th July, 24th September […]

BIMzeED presented at Sustainable Places 2020

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Lis O’Brien from Limerick Institute of Technology presented an overview of the BIMzeED project at Sustainable Places 2020 today! You can see full PowerPoint presentation here: SP2020 – BIMzeED Introduction Presentation. Sustainable Places prides itself on being an ideal platform for the dissemination of research, the conduct of workshops, EU project clustering and networking between […]

Method for Building Information Modeling Supported Project Control of Nearly Zero-Energy Building Delivery

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Our Croatian Partners from Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb recently published a paper entitled ‘Method for Building Information Modeling Supported Project Control of Nearly Zero-Energy Building Delivery’. You can read the paper here.    

Are there sustainable and/or unsustainable materials?

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As part of the module GBRPO DIGITAL 2020 virtual education entitled: “Sustainable Resources” held on October 15th , 2020, an attempt was made to answer the question “Are there sustainable and/or unsustainable materials?“. The virtual training was attended by Sandro Vlačić from Ytong porobeton ltd., Bojan Milovanović, from University of Zagreb, Faculty of Civil Engineering […]