Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an efficient method, to unlock the energy saving potential of renovation projects. Therefore, the central target of the BIM-Speed project is to enable stakeholders to integrate BIM into their work process. The developed Building Information Model (BIM) is a digital representation of a building to support the renovation and asset management of existing residential buildings. Already in the run-up to the project, the consortium showed that the use of BIM comprehensively reduces time and money resources.
Overall, the aim of the BIM Speed project is to implement BIM in a holistic approach and to provide a cloud-based BIM platform that can interact with a range of BIM tools.
BIM-Speed solutions are tested in 13 real demonstration cases in different European climate zones. In the course of the project, various activities are carried out on the demonstration cases:
- As-Built data acquisition and BIM modelling
- Renovation design
- BEM and performance simulations
- Renovation execution (off-site and on-site construction)
- Post-renovation evaluation and long-term maintenance planning