The BRE Centre for Innovative Materials at the University of Bath is leading a European consortium of 18 project partners, including BRE on the ECO-SEE Project “The ECO-SEE project aims to address an emerging health problem associated with modern low carbon buildings. Modern buildings have been developed to be very airtight, improving their energy efficiency … Continue reading “ECO-SEE Eco Innovative safe and energy efficient wall panels and mater”
BRIMEE: Cost-effective and sustainable bio-renewable indoor materials with high potential for customisation and creative design in energy efficient buildings.
The challenge of today lies in the accomplishment of sustainable and low-energy buildings, which can combine at the same time the thermal insulation properties with healthy, comfortable, accessible and safe indoor environment. Reduction of the energy demand through the use of insulating materials still remains a challenge for European architects and building designers as well … Continue reading “BRIMEE: Cost-effective and sustainable bio-renewable indoor materials with high potential for customisation and creative design in energy efficient buildings.”
The CITB has highlighted how key site managers are in delivering BIM projects and that site managers have a key role to play in implementing BIM and ensuring successful adoption. BIM is about far more than simply adopting software, and site managers at the ‘sharp end’ will increasingly be required to adopt and apply BIM … Continue reading “BIM Manager Training”