WP1: Collecting and understanding BIM data from existing buildings

The main objective of WP1 is to reduce time, cost and complexity in the deployment of tools, techniques (methods/ procedures/protocols) for BIM data acquisition in EEB residential renovation projects.

  • D1.1: Methods for architectural, structural, thermal 3D data acquisition of existing buildings

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: HTV

    The guidelines include: recommended hardware and software tools and methods for data acquisition of architectural, structural, thermal aspects of the existing buildings; guidance to understand the acquired data to diagnose the existing building status/condition; IT architecture / interface design for coupling the acquired data to BIM.

  • D1.2: Methods for surveying and diagnostics of HVAC systems in the existing buildings

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: ARC

    The guidelines include: recommended hardware and software tools and methods for data acquisition of HVAC systems in the existing buildings; data-driven/data-mining approach for recognition of the technical specs of HVAC systems in relation with the BIM Family / Object Library; and guidance to understand the acquired data to diagnose the existing HVAC performance/condition; IT architecture / interface design for coupling the acquired data to BIM.

  • D1.3: IT solutions to couple dynamic data of the existing buildings to BIM

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: CARTIF

    This deliverable presents: the IT architecture, recommended protocols and standardisation for loading data from realtime sources and exchange between dynamic data / IoT and BIM; a set-up and deployed repository integrated with the IFC data model; and the APIs to couple the data with the BIM Could Platform (WP6) and BEM / BIM-based analytical tools (WP3).

  • D1.4: IT solutions to couple environmental, surroundings and weather data to BIM

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: TUB

    This deliverable presents: the IT architecture, recommended protocols and standardisation for retrieving and storing external data of GIS, weather information, and information of energy, water, and transportation networks; a set-up and deployed repository; and the APIs to couple the data with the BIM Could Platform (WP6) and BEM / BIM-based analytical tools (WP3).

  • D1.5: Applications for crowdsourcing of inhabitants input

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: DMO

    This deliverable presents: a user-friendly web and mobile applications for crowdsourcing of the inhabitants input at building renovation projects; verification of the compliance with information security, privacy and ethics rules (in conjunction with WP6); a set-up and deployed repository for the obtained data; the APIs to couple the data with the BIM Could Platform (WP6) and decision-support tool (WP7); and solutions for Big Data Analytics.

 

WP2: Creating As-Built BIM, BIM Passport, Family & Library

The main objective of WP2 is to establish a harmonised ontological system to store all information required for planning, executing and monitoring deep renovation activities.

  • D2.1: Method and online tool for defining the feasibility and scope of BIM implementation for renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2019 - Task leader: PB40

    This deliverable presents a set of guidelines for BIM implementation in renovation projects taking into account the building typologies, scale of renovation, stakeholders, formal BIM requirements from the (local) authorities, etc. The guidelines will be presented integrated with an online questionnaire for feasibility/BIM maturity assessment at the initiation stage of renovation.

  • D2.2: BIM Family ontologies for materials, components, HVAC equipment in renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: TUB

    This deliverable will describe the ontologies for materials, components, and HVAC equipment in detail and will illustrate the use of the ontologies’ classes using a set of specific use cases from the demonstration projects.

  • D2.3: BIM Object Library and Product LCA for renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: STRESS

    This deliverable presents: the IT architecture, recommended protocols and standardisation for loading renovation product information from BIM Object Libraries from various providers / construction firms; and the APIs to couple the data with the BIM Could Platform (WP6) and relevant BIM tools to design, analyse and decide the renovation solutions and strategies.

  • D2.4: Guidelines for as-built BIM modelling of existing buildings

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: ARC

    The guidelines describe the practical steps and requirements for BIM modelling of the existing buildings, addressing the various sources of as-built information (e.g. 3D scanning, HVAC survey, drawings and documents, inhabitants’ input) depending on the relevant data acquisition solutions (in collaboration with WP1).

  • D2.5: A set of BIM Passports of the existing building stock

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: ARC

    This deliverable presents: the guidelines to establish BIM Passports of the existing building stock as well as the preliminary set of BIM Passports based on the real demonstration cases in BIM-SPEED and the contributions from the EU BIM for Renovation Competition (in collaboration with WP8); and the storage of the BIM Passports either on BIM-SPEED Platform (WP6) or a common repository at EU level (availability and accessibility to be investigated).

 

WP3: Creating and calibrating Building Energy & related analytical models

The main objective of this WP is to speed up and consolidate the process of converting BIM (Building Information Model) to BEM (Building Energy Model) addressing the specific purposes of renovation projects.

  • D3.1: Analysis of BIM-to-BEM critical parameters and recommendations to solve the current bottlenecks

    Due date: 31/10/2019 - Task leader: STRESS

    This deliverable presents the outcome of an analytical review of the current BIM-to-BEM processes in renovation projects. It recommends practical solutions to the existing bottlenecks with a special attention on openinteroperability of the BEM tools.

  • D3.2: A set of support tools and standardised procedures for BEM creation

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: CYPE

    This deliverable consists of several tools that facilitate an automated process for BIM-to-BEM for different target groups (“simple box” tools for building professionals and “full BIM-to-BEM” tools for energy experts), as well as standardised procedures to solve the bottlenecks in renovation projects as identified in the previous task (T3.1).

  • D3.3: Methods for integration of environmental and GIS data to BEM

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: TUB

    This deliverable analyses the importance of GIS and environmental data (climate/weather, information of surrounding areas, underground infrastructures, and energy networks) for energy modelling. It presents practical solutions for enriching BEM with such environmental data through coupling between GIS, BIM and BEM.

  • D3.4: A set of calibrated BEM for real demonstration cases and proposed standardisation

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: UNIVPM

    This deliverable presents the results of BEM calibration from the demonstration cases for the purpose of simulation and further analysis. The BEMs will be produced and improved continuously from M13 to M36. The deliverable also includes the lessons-learned from BEM calibration as input for standardisation in WP5/Task 5.1

 

WP4: Conducting performance simulations of renovation scenarios

This Work Package will deliver the BIM-SPEED methodology and tools for the holistic building performance assessment, dedicated to EEB renovation projects and integrated with the use of the BIM-SPEED Platform.

  • D4.1: Baseline and Use Cases for BIM-based renovation projects and KPIs for EEB renovation

    Due date: 31/10/2019 - Task leader: UNIVPM

    The first part of this deliverable consists of the Baseline and Use Cases for BIM-based renovation, which serve as an objective reference to elaborate, execute and validate the real demonstration cases. The second part of this deliverable consolidates the KPIs for EEB renovations referred to actual practice as well as recent EC studies addressing EEB KPIs.

  • D4.2: Real demonstration results of BEM performance simulation using BIM-SPEED Toolset

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: STRESS

    This deliverable presents the results of BEM performance simulation of the real demonstration cases (in conjunction with WP8, based on the created BEM from WP3) along with the applied simulation models, processes and tools.

  • D4.3: Practical framework for BIM-based acoustic, thermal comfort, and indoor air quality assessment in renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: UNIVPM

    This deliverable proposes a standardised method for the implementation of BIM for IEQ analysis in renovation projects, and the interoperability solutions between the analytical tools and the BIM-SPEED Platform. It also includes the analysis outcomes of the selected real demonstration cases in conjunction with WP8 as an input to for lowdisturbance renovation strategies in WP7/T7.2.

  • D4.4: Practical framework for BIM-based lighting and visual comfort assessment in renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: UNS

    This deliverable proposes a standardised method for the implementation of BIM for lighting and visual comfort, and the interoperability solutions between the analytical tools and the BIM-SPEED Platform. It also includes the analysis outcomes of the selected real demonstration cases in conjunction with WP8 as an input for optimal renovation solutions in WP7/T7.1.

  • D4.5: BIM-based procedures and tool for holistic performance assessment of renovation design options

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: MTB

    This deliverable presents the validated procedures and the utilised tool –connected with BIM-SPEED Platform and the 10D Toolset– to sum up the results of the multifaceted building performance simulations (energy, acoustic, lighting, etc.) and an overall performance dashboard to assess the proposed renovation design options.

 

WP5: Developing open-interoperability solutions and standardisation

This WP is dedicated to the development of interoperable solutions and input for standardisation of BIM data exchange in a harmonised way between different software utilised in building renovation projects.

  • D5.1: Report on cooperation activities with standardisation bodies and recommendations on BIM for renovation

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: CSTB

    This deliverable presents a report of the cooperation with standardisation bodies, consolidated recommendations for implementation of the latest BIM standards in EEB renovation projects, and proposed improvements. The updated drafts of this deliverable will be published yearly and socialised through the network of experts actively involved in
    standardisation bodies.

  • D5.2: BIM Connectors for interoperability between different BIM tools and with the BIM-SPEED Platform

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: CARTIF

    This deliverable presents the ETL processes to enable information exchange in EEB renovation projects, the IDM (Information Delivery Manuals) for the identified ETL processes, the reference pivot model to share data, and the operable BIM Connectors and associated APIs concerning the utilised BIM tools in BIM-SPEED. This deliverable will be ready at M24, yet the implemented solutions will be continuously improved during the project.

  • D5.3: Methods and tools for rule-based model checking and data validation

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: HTV

    This deliverable presents the methods and tools for rule-based model checking and data validation according to the defined ETL processes, and the outcomes of model checking and data validation of the selected real demonstration cases (in conjunction with WP8) to ensure the compatibility and interoperability of the data to be uploaded to the BIM-SPEED Platform (WP6).

  • D5.4: Guidelines for BIM-based procurement, collaboration protocols and IPD for renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: PB40

    This deliverable identifies the actual of BIM legal aspects for procurement and collaboration at national and EU level, and provides guidance to develop procurement and collaboration strategies for BIM implementation in renovation projects.

 

WP6: Implementing BIM cloud platform and data management Start month

The main objective of this WP is to develop and deploy an operational cloud platform for collaboration and exchange of BIM data and other project documentation between all stakeholders in the whole cycle of EEB renovation projects.

  • D6.1: Launch version of the BIM-SPEED cloud platform, services and interfaces

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: CSTB

    This core of deliverable is the BIM platform itself, which will be available from the start of the project. This deliverable includes the description of the launch version of the BIM platform, the user manuals, and practical recommendations for implementation. The launch version of the BIM platform includes the core BIM functionalities, main document management, collaborative functionalities, and the first set of BIM services, available for real and virtual demonstrations.

  • D6.2: Full version of the BIM-SPEED cloud platform, services and interfaces

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: CSTB

    This deliverable includes the description of the launch version of the BIM platform, the user manuals, and practical recommendations for implementation.

  • D6.3: Strategies for user acceptance, collaboration support, and BIM data maintenance

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: CSTB

    This deliverable presents the results of the user surveys and the recommendations to be implemented in the continuous development of the BIM platform.

  • D6.4: Evaluation and recommendations of BIM data security, privacy, social and ethical aspects

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: ERA

    This deliverable presents an initial PIA+ (Privacy Impact Assessment) evaluation and recommendations with regards to the BIM data security, privacy, social and ethical concerns.

 

WP7: Generating EEB renovation solutions and implementation strategies

WP7 will be directly responsible on the project to provide the required insights and process structures to move from the virtual BIM, the accurate energy simulations, and other performance simulations, to the physical renovation solutions and work execution off-site (prefabrication activities) and on-site (removal and assembly activities).

  • D7.1: Multi-criteria decision making method and tool for housing renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: TUB

    This deliverable will provide a detailed description of the developed multi-criteria decision-making method and the supporting tool for the stakeholders and inhabitants.

  • D7.2: Machine-learning for As-Built diagnostics and enrichment of design rules for deep renovation

    Due date: 31/10/2020 - Task leader: CARTIF

    This report will describe the potentials, constraints and viable solutions of the use of machine-learning / artificial intelligence approaches at the design stage of deep renovation projects.

  • D7.3: Semantic design rules and tool for deep renovation design

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: LKS

    This deliverable presents a set of semantic design rules for deep renovation, which are implemented in a BIM-based design configurator tool.

  • D7.4: Life-Cycle Cost and asset management tool

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: DMO

    This deliverable will provide a support tool to analyse LCC and asset management aspects of the BIM-based renovation design proposals.

  • D7.5: VR/AR demonstrators of deep renovation scenarios

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: ASP

    This deliverable will demonstrate the ability to use AR/VR to engineer and plan the installations of deep renovation products.

  • D7.6: BIM Execution Plan for residential deep renovation

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: MOW

    This deliverable will describe a generic execution plan of BIM based housing renovation projects.

 

WP8: Demonstrating best practices of BIM for renovation

The overall aim of this WP is to test, validate, demonstrate and implement all BIM-SPEED innovative solutions (methods, platform, tools) with a special emphasis on achieving the targeted impacts.

  • D8.1: Synthesis report on demonstration cases of BIM for renovation projects

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: FAS

    This deliverable presents a report of the preparation, elaboration, execution and evaluation of all demonstration cases.

  • D8.2: Establishment and management of Community of Practice and Advisory Board

    Due date: 31/10/2019 - Task leader: DMO

    This core of this deliverable is the real establishment of the CoP and AB which gather the stakeholders of BIMSPEED. The format of this deliverable is an online platform. https://www.bim-speed.eu/en/stakeholder-community

  • D8.3: Synthesis multimedia presentation of the EU BIM for Renovation Competition

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: REHVA

    This deliverable presents the programme, contributions and results of the BIM competition.

  • D8.4: EU BIM guidelines, best practices and market uptake roadmap for renovation of residential buildings

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: FIEC

    This deliverable consist of three parts: ractical implementation guidelines of BIM for EEB renovation projects, Best practices of renovationof residential buildings in Europe, and Roadmap for accelerated market uptake in all disciplines at national and EU level. 

 

WP9: Communicating, disseminating, exploiting innovations

This WP aims to effectively address different target audiences of the project in order to maximise the impact of BIMSPEED. The communication of the project outcomes will be done through a multi-channel approach using project websites, newsletters, fact sheets, and a strong social media presence.

  • D9.1: Established internal and external communication channels

    Due date: 31/01/2019 - Task leader: DMO

    This task is focused on setting up the project public website, project management online collaboration site, social media channels, and recognisable project’s identity.

  • D9.2: Dissemination and communication plan

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: ERA

    This deliverable describes the intended plan for how the project will effectively address different target audiences of the project to maximise the impact of BIM-SPEED.

  • D9.3: Professional training plan of BIM for renovation

    Due date: 31/10/2021 - Task leader: ACE

    This deliverable focuses on a training plan which will be prepared addressing all main stakeholder  in the renovation market, i.e. real estate clients, public authorities, and professionals from all disciplines (architects, structural and HVAC engineers, construction firms –involving both white and blue collar workers).

  • D9.4: Exploitation plan, business plan, market uptake strategy

    Due date: 31/10/2022 - Task leader: EBC

    This deliverable presents the Exploitation and Business Plan.

 

WP10: Project coordination

This Work Package will concentrate on ensuring that all project objectives are achieved within the time frame of the project and that high quality deliverables are provided on time with all partners making full use of available resources.

  • D10.1: Technical quality assurance and risk management plan

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: TUB

    This deliverable represents the supporting guidelines and reports that are required to assure a high technical quality of the project, incl. protocol for peer review of technical deliverables and S&T contributions of the Advisory Board.

  • D10.2: Project Management Handbook

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: TUB

    The project handbook will detail all responsibilities of the project partners and all administrative processes set in place for managing the project.

  • D10.3: Data Management Plan (DMP)

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: TUB

    The use of a Data Management Plan (DMP) is required for projects participating in the Open Research Data Pilot in Horizon 2020, in the form of a deliverable in the first 6 months of the project.

 

WP11: Ethics Requirements

This work package sets out the 'ethics requirements' that the project must comply with.

  • D11.1: H - Requirement No. 1

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: TUB

    The procedures and criteria that will be used to identify/recruit research participants must be clarified and submitted
    as a deliverable.

  • D11.2: POPD - Requirement No. 2

    Due date: 30/04/2019 - Task leader: TUB

    Detailed information on the procedures for data collection, storage, protection, retention, and destruction, and confirmation that they comply with national and EU legislation must be submitted as a deliverable.

 

Dissemination materials

Accessible and shareable pieces of information related to BIM-SPEED and made for interactions with audiences and stakeholders.

  • BIMfographics

    Graphics created by BIM SPEED team members to clearly showcase relevant and interesting BIM information.

    • DownloadBIM SPEED Partners BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM Awareness in Architects BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM Guidelines and Mandates Across Europe BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM Maturity BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM SPEED Project Overview BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM SPEED Objectives BIMfographic
    • DownloadBIM to BEM BIMfographic
    • DownloadEnergy Efficiency BIMfographic
    • DownloadFive Trends in the Future of Construction BIMfographic
    • DownloadAdvantages of Using BIM BIMfographic
    • DownloadPrivacy Challenges BIMfographic
  • BIMterviews

    Interveiews with partner organizations highlighting the implementation and successes of BIM.

    • DownloadProfessor Timo Hartmann BIMterview
    • VisitCSTB BIMterview on KROQI
    • VisitUNIVPM BIMterview
    • VisitSTRESS BIMterview
    • VisitUNSTUDIO BIMterview
    • VisitJason Pridmore BIMterview
  • Newsletters

    Annual newsletter showcasing extraordinary BIM SPEED progress over the year.

    • Visit2019 BIM SPEED Newsletter
 

Publications

Peer reviewed articles, book chapters, or conference presentations created and released by members of BIM-SPEED and focused on BIM-SPEED related work.