Reports

CORPORATE IDENTITY PACKAGE OF THE PROJECT
CORPORATE IDENTITY PACKAGE OF THE PROJECT

This deliverable has been defined on the contents emerged from the project work packages with a look at the general theme that intertwines them: a BIM based fast toolkit for efficient rEnovation in Building. The first draft of the materials has been presented during plenary meeting. It comprises identity positioning, project logo, colour palette, fonts, and it has already been applied to deliverable template, writing papers, template for socials, newsletter, website and to all promotional materials developed such as roll up, posters, folders. Here you find all the elements defined.

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List of Designers’ Needs and Requirements for BIM-Based Renovation Processes
List of Designers’ Needs and Requirements for BIM-Based Renovation Processes

Key elements in the renovation process are the performance based building design in the early phases, where the most important decisions are made according to costs and performance, and enhanced collaborative design work. All tools should comply and support this approach. The performance based building design process assumes that design selections are validated against the Owners Project Requirements (OPR’s) in each design stage before moving to a following design stage. The BIM Assisted Scenario Simulator will tackle the complexity of the energy and indoor climate design by speeding up the decision making, enhancing the collaboration between the design domains and enabling the cross domain transparency of the technical details in the design team, that results in better indoor climate and energy selections in the renovation.

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List of construction companies’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes
List of construction companies’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes

The construction sector (AEC) has been facing several changes related to technology and innovation in order to improve the building process. Some enterprises are already making moves towards digitalization and are achieving good results, but some barriers exist when trying to adopt a new approach. The goal of the research presented in this deliverable is to identify construction companies’ needs to promote the development of an efficient and effective way to exchange information.

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List of service companies’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes
List of service companies’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes

The report describes main information to be considered by service companies in case of a residential renovation. Within BIM4EEB project, information collected around buildings should be used for providing services as: energy analysis and audits, energy management, project design and implementation, maintenance and operation, monitoring and evaluation of savings, property/facility management, energy and/or equipment supply, provision of service (space heating, lighting, etc.). By outlining main barriers to be overcome and main benefits for stakeholders, the report presents needs and requirements to be considered in a digital environment, represented by the digital logbook that will be stored and accessed through the BIM Management system. As outlined in D2.1, the analysis of the requirements allows to ensure the best adaptation of the methodological and technological features of BIM4EEB toolkit to the specific needs.

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List of owners’ and inhabitants’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes
List of owners’ and inhabitants’ needs and requirements for BIM-based renovation processes

The scope of deliverable D2.5 is to identify the needs and requirements of the building owners and inhabitants in respect to renovation interventions, considering them as stakeholders of the BIM4EEB project and end-users of the proposed toolkits. This deliverable supplement the activities undertaken in Work Package 2, which details the definition of requirements for an efficient renovation process, through the utilisation of the BIM4EEB platform. The extraction of the building owners and inhabitants requirements is based on a “hybrid” engagement approach; driven by the feedback received from questionnaires circulated in the preselected pilot sites of Italy, Poland and Finland, along with engagement of the pilot site representative partners in semi-structured interviews (ALER & Reg Lomb being responsible for the Italian site, Prochem being responsible for the Polish site and Caverion being responsible for the Finnish site).

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