Collaborative space for research-innovation and training in BIM Methodology
The BIM methodology is not mandatory in Europe, however, the European Parliament issued DIRECTIVE 2014/24 / EU of the European Parliament and Council of February 26, 2014, urging the 28 countries of the Union to implement the BIM methodology in all those public financing construction projects.
Based on this directive, in August 2015, the Ministry of Public Works created the “BIM Committee”, which establishes a roadmap that will make the use of BIM mandatory for all public bids in two phases: December 17, 2018 Public Tenders for Construction, expanding on July 26, 2019 for Public Tenders for Infrastructures.
For these and many more reasons it is necessary to train with BIM technology, in all those Vocational Training specialties that can benefit from this new work process and all that it implies. We want to continue offering a BIM generalist training in a transversal way to each specialty within the sectors of construction, infrastructure and facilities and at the same time complete it separately with the BIM competences.
The 2021-2022 course has been devoted to different lines of work related to BIM methodology:
The 2022-2023 course is aimed from a more general perspective of organising a collaborative work process, allowing workflows, communication between different work teams, organisation of the project in the cloud, document control, etc.
Video: BIM (Building Information Modeling). Teknopolis program. 2019-2020