From May 26 to June 18 the advanced training courses “Using BIM Technologies to Create Energy-Efficient Engineering Systems” were held at SPbGASU. The courses were implemented within the WP3 of the Project.The courses were conducted in the form of workshops. Under the guidance of instructors, the course participants completed digital information models of heating and
Integration in Higher and Continuing Education
BIM-ICE Project standing for “BIM Integration in Higher and Continuing Education” seeks to accelerate BIM implementation in the field of construction and building design in Finland and Russia. Addressing such topical issues as lack of common terminology in the field and development phase of standardization, lack of technical know-how and lack of competence in process development, the Project is aimed at improving productivity and quality within the construction industry by developing new training models and increasing the level of education among different target groups.
Students, experts and teachers, professionals, Finnish and Russian construction companies and decision makers.
In the long-term perspective the BIM ICE Project will further sustainable methodological support of embedding BIM in higher, professional and continuing education process by means of:
developing pedagogical approaches to BIM education
creating digital open access platform of collected and produced materials for professionals and decision makers on different levels
continuity in education and development via educating HEI staff in BIM philosophy and technicalities
From October 11 to November 8, the BIM-Championship was held at SPbGASU. Seven teams representing the Russian universities took part in it: SPbGASU, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MGSU), Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (NNGASU), Samara Polytech (SSTU), Ivanovo State Polytechnical University (ISPU), Industrial University of Tyumen (IUT) and South
A course on inventory modeling was held at LAB University of Applied Sciences 4 – 5 November 2021. Timo Lehtoviita gave a lecture on BIM philosophy in renovating, and the aim of the rest of the course was to introduce inventory modeling from different point of views. Project engineer Tuomas Keränen introduced laser scanning and
BIM-ICE Summer School 2021 results: OpenBIM workflow for designing process and BIM based quantity management
Summer is turning to Autumn and it is time see this year’s results from the BIM Summer School organised between 7 June and 24 August 2021. Summer school had one Finnish student and three Russian students. This year LAB University of Applied sciences had the first students from SPbGASU working for the Summer School in
The BIM-ICE Summer school has kicked off for 2021. The summer school last year was a success and students are eager to take on new BIM development tasks. The Summer School supports the objectives of the BIM-ICE project by testing new technologies, software or working practices as a part of real building projects. Elisa Ruotsalainen
The second network meeting on May 18, 2021 was organized online with a simultaneous interpretation. The BIM-ICE team met with representatives from 11 companies and students from both universities. Among the issues on the agenda were introductions of our new partner companies MINEX and MM-Technologies (Russia), and Nodetec and Rakennusliike U. Lipsanen (Finland), collaboration possibilities
At the time being, we are in the situation that the development in the field of BIM should consider wider educational programmes for both higher and continuing education, process development, standardization development, application development and applicability development.
BIM-ICE CBC Project provides an opportunity to develop educational processes required for the ongoing change in the industry and to create an innovative network, governed by the leading BIM-universities cross-border, to benefit whole project area.
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