21 November 2019
Sustainability in the construction sector must be pursued by analysing and governing the effects of interventions on the economic, social and environmental levels.
Design must therefore be able to consciously manage information of a different nature, often difficult to manage in an integrated manner, because it is broad, varied and complex.
At Politecnica we strongly believe in the application of the BIM “informed” process as a useful tool for managing the complex and varied amount of data deriving from environmental impact assessments (LCA Analysis).
This will be the main theme illustrated today by our LEED AP Ferdinando Sarno, guest of Clust-ER BUILD‘s event “BIM and circular economy” during the Digital&BIM Fair in Bologna.
Find out more about the event