The ToB3 session of February 2020 was taking place this time at the foot of the Paris Observatory dome. What could be more symbolic for a project that aims to see a little further!
The members of the ToB3 project were finalizing the availability of files which list good practices in the field of BIM and the circular economy.
The members of the ToB3 project were finalizing the availability of files which list good practices in the field of BIM and the circular economy.Each country is keen to share examples of innovative practices to move the lines in the field of building in the broad sense.
The launch of the new ToB3.eu website will allow European examples of responsible BIM, green building and circular economy practices to be disseminated to a wide audience.
After a busy day of work, the team went to visit an emblematic site in its approach: la recyclerie. Located in an old station in the small Parisian belt rehabilitated as a living space, the Recycling aims to raise public awareness of eco-responsible values in a fun and positive way. It also constitutes a viable economic model linked to the circular economy, recycling, reuse, etc.
The ToB3 team continued their writing work on the second day and started to set up a proofreading committee so that the publications are well validated by the collective.
The ToB3 team separated after an exceptional visit to the Paris observatory and its dome. At two meetings at the end of the project, the objectives will soon be fulfilled.
The next meeting in Rende looks promising. A BIM Game experiment is planned with students from the different partner countries!