Despite the endless sanitary crisis, the COLEOPTER project, funded by the Interreg Sudoe programme through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and led by RURENER, continues.
An important part of the project consists of the conduct of territorial dialogue in order to co-construct the workplan on each demonstrator building, taking into account not only technical consideration (energy and water efficiency), but also people’s needs. The first collective sessions to share a common diagnosis of the situation and stakes were conducted in Cartagena (Spain) and Povoa de Lanhoso (Portugal) at the end of January. Soon to be followed by the session on the 2 buildings in Est Creuse.
For the second sessions which will start in February, a new tool will be used to facilitate the dialogue and translation recommendations into technical terms: the Building Information Modelling technology with 3D models of the buildings integrated on an online platform dedicated to co-construction.
To follow closely the COLEOPTER project and discover the demonstrator buildings, check-out the webiste www.coleopter.eu
To be continued…!