BIMplement was a 30 month-long EU funded project involving 9 partners from 5 different countries which started in September 2017. The overall objective was to achieve an improved quality for nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) construction and renovation by using BIM as a universal information carrier and enabler of the learning process within projects and between projects.


BIMplement developed a BIM-enhanced Qualification Framework that described the competences, skills and knowledge needed in order to connect available knowledge to: the BIM-model, the building process and the actors involved. The results were applied in 49 experimental sites in which training interventions were tested in practice leading to upskilling 710 white collars and 752 blue collars.


BIMplement consortium was composed of partners from France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Spain and Poland, with experience in previous BUS projects and establishing the national BUS roadmaps. Every partner represented the building and/or installation sector and organisations, responsible for developing and organising large scale trainings and qualifications schemes.

Towards a learning building sector by setting up a large-scale and flexible qualification methodology integrating technical, cross-craft and BIM related skills and competence

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