[Update 2018/07/04: The presentation files are now available]
1st European conference “BIM and energy performance of buildings”
25 June 2018, 9:00 – 17:00
Brussels – Auditorium Hadewijch
The market uptake of BIM (Building Information Modelling) is rapidly growing in nearly all European countries and one can assume that this trend will continue and even accelerate in the coming years.
In practice, there was until recently in most countries little to no attention for BIM as a support tool for the regulatory assessment of the energy performance of buildings. A smart use of BIM can be a win-win situation for both areas, whereby there surely are still several bottlenecks and challenges ahead of us.
This first conference, organised by INIVE EEIG on behalf of the QUALICHeCK platform, aims to present the status of BIM and opportunities and challenges regarding BIM use for the regulatory assessment of the energy performance of buildings. The aim is also to explore possibilities and challenges for an accelerated interaction/integration.
The conference will cover visions of needs, on-going research and development work as well as demos of already existing solutions and panel discussions.
For more information, including the detailed agenda and registration, download the conference flyer.
You may download the Conference presentations from the table below (Right click on the PDF links and Save As…).
|1||chairs: Amandine De Coster – Lacourt (EASME) and Peter Wouters (QUALICHeCK)|
|Welcome and context of the conference | Johan Willemen (past president FIEC and president BBRI)|
|Interactive voting session part 1 | Prof. Arnold Janssens (UGent)|
|Revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive | Sylvain Robert (DG ENER)|
|History of BIM developments and expectations for the future | prof. Stefan Boeykens (KUL and D-Studio)|
|BIM implementation in EU member states and other regions and expected developments | Léon Van Berlo (TNO)|
|Demonstration “BIM as working today” | Juan Nolet (Besix)|
|2||chairs: Sue Arundale (FIEC) and Bart Ingelaere (BBRI)|
|Commission initiatives for the modernisation of construction: digitalisation, BIM and energy performance of buildings – Lutz Köppen (DG GROW)|
|Product and system modelling using the web and linked data | Prof. Pieter Pauwels (Chair LBD-W3C and UGent)|
|Panel discussion “Construction 4.0 and BIM” | Moderated by Bart Ingelaere (BBRI)
Participants: Ann Van den Borre (VK Architects and Engineers) – Lutz Koeppen (DG GROW) – Eugenio Quintieri (EBC) – Juan Nolet (FIEC) – Philippe De Mey (Real Estate Management EU Commission)
|Application of BIM to the assessment of the energy performance of buildings | Peter Wouters (INIVE EEIG and QUALICHeCK platform)|
|Demonstration “Focus on energy, environment, indoor climate modelling and simulation with BIM | Benjamin Gonzales (CYPE), Patrick Corrales and David Da Silva (CSTB)||VIDEO|
|3||chairs: Jens Laustsen (EPBD CA coordinator) and Philippe Moseley (EASME)|
|Horizon 2020 support for BIM in energy efficient buildings | Philippe Moseley (EASME)|
|BIMplement – BIM and energy efficiency skills | Ana Tisov (Huygen)|
|BERTIM | Using BIM for renovation with prefabrication – Asier Mediavilla (Tecnalia)|
|Could we rethink the French building legislation in the context of BIM? | Thomas Welsch (Directorate of Housing, Urbanism and Landscape)|
|4||chairs: Gunnar Grün (Fraunhofer IBP) and Jean-Christophe Visier (CSTB)|
|Standardisation challenges for the energy performance assessment in a BIM context | Dick van Dijk (EPB-research)|
|Demonstration “Use of BIM for design of installations, energy performance and comfort evaluation” | Niels Vercaemst (Ingenium)|
|Panel discussion about BIM and the energy performance of buildings assessment with representatives from government and stakeholders | Moderated by Peter Wouters (INIVE EEIG and QUALICHeCK platform)
Participants: Maarten De Groote (BPIE)Ad Van der Aa (NVBV) – Sylvain Robert (DG ENER) – Dan Napar (eu-bac) – Marc Bosmans (EURIMA) – Karsten Duer (Velux and venticool platform) – Dick van Dijk (CEN aspects)
|Interactive voting session part 2 | Prof. Arnold Janssens (UGent)|
|Conclusions | Jean-Christophe Visier (CSTB)|