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Harmonised Building Information Speedway for Energy-Efficient Renovation

Deliverables

Established internal and external communication channels

Public website, project management online collaboration site (Microsoft SharePoint or similar), recognisable project’s identity and graphic design, social media groups, and other relevant channels as indicated in section 2.2.2 will be set up, launched and maintained throughout the project and at least 2 years after the project’s completion.

Establishment and management of Community of Practice and Advisory Board

This core of this deliverable is the real establishment of the CoP and AB which gather the stakeholders of BIM-SPEED. The format of this deliverable is an online platform (e.g. dedicated part of the BIM-SPEED website, social media group, internet forum) for managing and facilitating the stakeholders gathered in the CoP and AB. The online platform also contains the programme of activities, reports, and results of the BIM Maturity Scan for Renovation among the stakeholders. The online platform also links to the communication channels for live streaming and recorded webinars of the Annual BIM-SPEED Industry Day. The online platform will be updated continuously even beyond the BIM-SPEED project as part of the long-term exploitation.

Dissemination and communication plan

The draft Dissemination and Communication Plan described in section 2.2.1 and 2.2.2 will be elaborated, finalised and implemented by the whole consortium to perform the dissemination and communication activities throughout the project. The updated results will be registered in the Continuous Reporting Module in the EC Participant Portal.

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Publications

Reno-Inst: An ontology to support renovation projects planning and renovation products installation

Author(s): Jerson Alexis Pinzon Amorocho, Timo Hartmann
Published in: Advanced Engineering Informatics, Issue 50, 2021, Page(s) 101415, ISSN 1474-0346
DOI: 10.1016/j.aei.2021.101415

Machine Learning for the Improvement of Deep Renovation Building Projects Using As-Built BIM Models

Author(s): Sofía Mulero-Palencia, Sonia Álvarez-Díaz, Manuel Andrés-Chicote
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/12, 2021, Page(s) 6576, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su13126576