Net-Ubiep (2017-2019) Horizon 2020 Program
Project to encourage the increase of energy efficiency of buildings through the use of BIM.
Designation: NET-UBIEP. Network for Using BIM to Increase the Energy Buildings Performance.
Project: Belonging to the European Horizon 2020+ Programme, Call EE2016, Construction Skills, of the work package "Safe, clean and efficient energy", CSA line Coordination and support action.
Proejct identification: 754016.
Duration: 30 months, since July 2017 until December 2019.
Budget: 995.022,50 €.
Coordinator of the Project: L'Agenzia Nazionale per le Nuove Tecnologie, l'Energia e lo Sviluppo Economico Sostenibile -Enea- (Italy).
Partners: Fundación Laboral de la Construcción (Spain), Centro Servizi Aziendale -CSA- (Italy), Via Europa (Slovakia), Dig.Con (Lithuania), FCE Zagabria University (Hungary), Vilnius Gediminas Technical University -VGTU- Vilnauss Univeritu (Lithuania), Stichting Institute -ISSO- (Netherlands), Tallinn University -TUT- (Estonia), Ustad Vzdelavan -UVS- (Slovakia), Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas -CSIC- (Spain), Balance & Result -B&R- (Netherlands), Mittetullundushing -EGLC- (Netherlands) y Elips (Hungary).
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The European Net-Ubiep project aims to increase the energy performance of buildings by using the Building Information Modeling (BIM) methodology, during the life cycle of the building. Thus, the use of BIM will simulate the energy performance of the building using different materials and components.
On this basis, the purposes of the project are:
- Identify the professional profiles involved in the construction sector, in particular, in the actors participating in Almost Null Energy Consumption Buildings (nZEB), and defining the specific competencies related to BIM in order to obtain a repertoire of professional figures in this environment.
- Develop a three-dimensional matrix to identify the competencies required for each target group.
- Develop BIM Qualification Models to address the problem of the energy competency gap in existing buildings in the sector as a whole. The BIM Qualification Models will be composed of a BIM Training Itinerary and a Qualification and Certification System. A BIM training plan will also be developed.
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