Developing green and digital skills for the use of BIM at end-of-life practices

Developing Green and Digital Skills for the Use of BIM at End-of-Life Practices

Duration: March 2024 – February 2026

Funding: This project is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme under the Key Action 2 – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training.

Consortium: The BIM4D project is a collaboration between six organizations from Greece, Slovenia, Germany, Belgium, and Italy, bringing together diverse expertise from the construction and educational sectors.

Objective: The primary goal of the BIM4D project is to enhance the capabilities within the construction industry to use Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies effectively at the end-of-life phase of building projects. This involves developing both green and digital skills among professionals to facilitate sustainable deconstruction practices and efficient resource management.


  • Analysis of Current BIM Uses: Evaluating how BIM is currently utilized across different countries and sectors within the construction industry.
  • Development of Training Programs: Crafting and delivering comprehensive training that equips professionals with the necessary skills to utilize BIM in deconstruction and end-of-life processes.
  • Strengthening BIM Applications: Promoting the integration of BIM technologies to enhance sustainability in building deconstruction.
  • Dissemination and Exploitation: Ensuring that the knowledge and tools developed are shared widely to maximize their impact on the industry.

Impact: The BIM4D project aims to make significant advancements in how building projects are managed at their end-of-life, promoting sustainability, reducing waste, and contributing to the circular economy. By enhancing skills and knowledge, the project also supports the labor market transition towards more digital and environmentally conscious practices.

Project newsletter No.1

Welcome to the first issue of the BIM4D Project Newsletter. Our initiative, funded under the Erasmus+ Key Action 2, aims to integrate green and digital skills in Building Information Modelling (BIM) at the end-of-life phase of building practices.

This endeavor will enhance sustainability and digital transformation in the construction industry through focused vocational education and training.