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Come ti facilito il facility (management).

District and Facility Management, il corso di IDM.

Il Facility Manager in Italia non è ancora molto diffuso, ma l’Alto Adige è all’avanguardia: è infatti la prima provincia in cui pubblico e privato, coordinati da IDM Alto Adige – Südtirol, hanno collaborato per pubblicare delle Linee Guida e organizzare un corso che inizierà a maggio.
“Vogliamo ridurre i costi generati dai 598 edifici che amministriamo come Provincia imparando a gestirli in modo più strategico e sistematico”, afferma il presidente della Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano Arno Kompatscher, che continua: “È per questo che stiamo puntando sul Facility Management, che ci permetterebbe risparmiare fino al 30%; le iniziative di IDM sono un supporto per farci raggiungere questo obiettivo”.

Il Facility Management, infatti, permette di sistematizzare la gestione di terreni, impianti, infrastrutture e aspetti commerciali di un immobile e di valutarne l’efficienza. Per pianificare come introdurre a livello provinciale questa metodologia, l’Ecosystem Constructions di IDM ha riunito nel Gruppo di Lavoro “District & Facility Management” enti di ricerca come Eurac Research e Fraunhofer Italia, diverse imprese, l’Agenzia Casa Clima, l’Azienda Sanitaria dell’Alto Adige e l’Ufficio manutenzione opere edili della Provincia [ANSA].

Eurac Research e l’Ecosystem Constructions di IDM propongono un percorso formativo che mira ad accrescere il know-how di aziende e liberi professionisti operanti nel settore del facility management. Il corso intende trasferire a liberi professionisti e personale tecnico di aziende concetti e metodi innovativi relativamente al settore del facility management. Il percorso didattico presenta una struttura completa per quanto riguarda gli argomenti trattati, in modo da fornire concetti, strumenti e metodi innovativi, nonché il necessario approfondimento sulle norme tecniche del settore.

L’obiettivo è stimolare l’aumento di competenze in un settore, quello delle costruzioni, sempre più soggetto a regolamentazioni di natura gestionale degli edifici. Oltre accrescere il know-how specifico di aziende e liberi professionisti operanti nel settore e si cerca di costruire una rete di operatori tecnici e soggetti specializzati che possano porsi sul mercato con qualità e competenza, rispondendo in maniera efficace alle richieste di mercato. Lo scopo è quindi quello di formare una figura professionale specializzata che sia in grado di padroneggiare le conoscenze tecniche e gestionali per sfruttare al massimo le potenzialità del patrimonio edilizio, partendo dalla progettazione e finendo con la corretta esecuzione e gestione.

Foto: Gensler

DATE DEL CORSO
17.05-18.05.2018
07.06-08.06.2018
04.10-05.10.2018
25.10-26.10.2018

STRUTTURA

  • Unità 01 Introduzione al Facility Managment – Strumenti Gestionali
  • Unità 02 Diagnosi e diagnostica – Gestione quotidiana dell‘immobile
  • Unità 03 Normativa e certificazione
  • Unità 04 Finalizzazione project work e presentazione finale

DOCENTI

  • Daniele Antonucci (EURAC research)
  • Carlo Battisti (IDM Südtirol – Alto Adige)
  • Marco Castagna (EURAC research)
  • Maurizio Costantini (Università degli Studi di Trento)
  • Mario Dejaco (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Stefano Nardon (Agenzia CasaClima)
  • Roberta Pernetti (EURAC research)
  • Marco Piovano (Fraunhofer Italia)
  • Alexander Schweigkofler (Facility Tirol)
  • Emilio Tonetta (FM Pool)
  • Giuliano Venturelli (Sistemi e Progetti)
  • Massimiliano Zurli (TOL)

DESTINATARI
Liberi professionisti, progettisti, tecnici del settore delle costruzioni, gestori e committenti di immobili pubblici e privati, imprese di manutenzione e fornitori di servizi per la gestione degli edifici pubblici e privati.

REQUISITI DI AMMISSIONE
Diploma o laurea ad indirizzo tecnico, o equivalente esperienza nella gestione di edifici o fornitura di servizi per la gestione di immobili pubblici e privati.

DURATA
4 unità per complessive 7,5 giornate (60 ore)

LUOGO DI SVOLGIMENTO
Bolzano – NOI Techpark

QUOTA DI ISCRIZIONE 950 €

LINGUA DEL CORSO Italiano

CREDITI FORMATIVI
Verranno richiesti i crediti formativi agli Ordini di competenza

INFORMAZIONI, ISCRIZIONE E TUTORING
Marco Cecchellero education@eurac.edu
Tel. +39 0471 055 444

Brochure

FACE goes international!

FACE | Façades Architecture Construction Engineering (3rd edition).
April – November 2018 | Applications are now open!

The FACEcamp project offers to a selected number of professionals a free of charge training program aimed at increasing the know-how of companies and freelance professionals operating in the field of complex technological building façades. The course aims to transfer to freelance professionals and technical staff of façade construction companies, concepts and innovative methods in the sector of complex technological façades.

The educational program has a complete structure regarding the covered topics, to provide innovative concepts, tools and methods, while stimulating the growth of local skills in the construction sector, increasingly subject to environmental and energy regulations.

The course is divided into 6 units, for a total of 15 days (120 hours).

Applications deadline: 4 March 2018

Language: English
Coordination: Carlo Battisti, IDM Südtirol – Alto Adige carlo.battisti@idm-suedtirol.com
Organisation: Marco Cecchellero, EURAC research education@eurac.edu

Further information and application instructions here.

FACEcamp è finanziato dal Fondo europeo di sviluppo regionale e Interreg V-A Italia – Austria 2014-2020.
FACEcamp ist durch den Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung und Interreg V-A Italien-Österreich 2014-2020 gefördert.
(cover photo: © IDM /A.Filz)

Restorative Budapest.

ABOUT RESTORE

RESTORE advocates for a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe.
The built environment sector no longer has the luxury of being incrementally less bad, but, with urgency, needs to adopt net-positive, restorative sustainability thinking to incrementally do ‘more good’.
Within the built environment sustainability agenda a shift is occurring, from a narrow focus on building energy performance, mitigation strategies, and minimisation of environmental impacts to a broader framework that enriches places, people, ecology, culture, and climate at the core of the design task, with a particular emphasis on the salutogenic benefits towards health.
Sustainability in buildings, as understood today, is an inadequate measure for current and future architectural design, for it aims no higher than trying to make buildings “less bad”. Building on current European Standards restorative sustainability approaches can and will raise aspirations and deliver restorative outcomes.
RESTORE CA16114 is an EU COST Action network with 130+ participants across 38 countries, representing a wide spectrum of academic, client, design and construction individuals and organisations.

Night view of The Széchenyi Chain Bridge from Buda Castle

RESTORE CONFERENCE, BUDAPEST

The conference in Budapest will cover exciting new insights in restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe. The event will focus on Restorative Sustainability and Restorative Design.
Restorative Sustainability is an Evolving Agenda of Restorative Design, which introduces the evolving spectrum of paradigms, design challenges, opportunities, and perspectives for sustainable architecture and urban design. It discusses the knowledge, skills, and competence that should inform and orient the practice shift required by an approach to architecture informed by restorative sustainability.
Restorative Design focuses on processes, methods and tools for Restorative Design. Primarily based on case studies derived from workshops, it constitutes the core of the action and intends to provide “hands-on” guidance to the practice of restorative design.

The building of the Hungarian Parliament

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  • 09.00-09.15 Welcome
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 09.15-09.30 Status of sustainable building in Hungary
    Gábor Radványi, Vice President of HuGBC, Chief Architect of Futureal
  • 09.30-09.45 ONE YEAR OF RESTORE
    Carlo Battisti, Eurac Research, RESTORE Chair
  • 09.45-10.15 Sustainability: from Restorative to Regenerative
    Martin Brown, Fairsnape, RESTORE Vice-Chair & WG1 Leader
  • 10.15-10.45 Processes and Tools for Restorative Design
    Emanuele Naboni, KADK Faculty of Architecture, RESTORE WG2 Leader
  • 10.45-11.05 COFFEE BREAK
  • 11.05-11.50 STSM: FROM EXPERIENCE TO DISSEMINATION
    Chair: Michael Burnard, University of Primorska, RESTORE STSM Manager
    Krzysztof Herman (PL) – STSM Title:
    Traces of upcycling and low-budget design in the public space of Faro
    Madalina Sbarcea (RO) – STSM Title:
    A Biophilic Mindset for Restorative Buildings
    Thomas Panagopoulos (PT)
    Experience of STSM Host Organization, University of Algarve, Faro
    Lisanne Havinga (NL) – STSM Title:
    Life Cycle Assessment as a Tool to Guide the Regenerative Design Process
    Giulia Sonetti (IT) – STSM Title:
    Outdoor Space Comfort Perception in University Campuses
  • 11.50-12.05 RESTORE: HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
    Bartosz Zajączkowski, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, RESTORE Science Communication Officer
  • 12.05-12.15 Questions and Answers
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 12.15-12.30 Final Remarks & Closing
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 12.30-13.00 TOUR IN THE KINNARPS HOUSE
  • 13.00-14.00 LUNCH AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY

Date: February 13th, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Venue: Váci út 92. Kinnarps House, Jarl Conference Hall
Budapest , Hungary
Website: http://www.eurestore.eu/restore-public-conference/
Registration: here
Program and further details

Under Construction. Atto finale.

Under Construction 2017-2018. Evento conclusivo.

Quando: venerdì 19 gennaio 2018, ore 13:30-17:00
Dove: NOI Techpark, aula SEM3
Indirizzo: Via A. Volta 13a, Bolzano
L’evento è gratuito, previa registrazione qui. Posti limitati.

Under Construction è un metodo sviluppato da IDM Südtirol Alto Adige e EURAC Research per facilitare il trasferimento tecnologico e l’innovazione, avvicinando ricerca e imprese.

Il tema centrale dell’edizione 2017-2018 è “Comfort e qualità dell’aria e dell’ambiente interno agli hotel”.

La sesta edizione di Under Construction mira a creare una collaborazione virtuosa tra hotel, aziende ed esperti sul tema del comfort all’interno dell’edificio.

Tre team di giovani tecnici, esperti sulle tematiche del comfort, hanno elaborato, assieme a un pool di imprese, proposte di progetti innovativi per incrementare il comfort di tre hotel altoatesini. Le imprese del pool, selezionate da IDM, hanno proposto soluzioni innovative, con un alto grado di efficienza e comfort, da integrare negli studi di fattibilità.

Nel workshop verrà illustrata la metodologia applicata nell’edizione 2017-2018 di Under Construction e verranno presentati i risultati del lavoro svolto dai team partecipanti nei tre hotel partner dell’iniziativa.

Destinatari
Albergatori, aziende, professionisti dell‘architettura e dell‘ingegneria, committenti pubblici e privati, centri di ricerca.

Programma

Per saperne di più (su Vertical Innovation):
Edilizia sostenibile e comfort: una call per aziende innovative (06.06.2017)
La sostenibile leggerezza del comfort (14.06.2017)
Il guru della sostenibilità: “Edilizia green: Alto Adige all’avanguardia nel mondo” (26.10.2017)
L’innovazione abita in hotel: architetti e ingegneri al lavoro per il benessere del turista (05.12.2017)

Under Construction ist eine Methode, die von IDM Südtirol und EURAC
Research gemeinsam entwickelt wurde, um den Technologie- und
Innovationstransfer zu begünstigen und so Forschung und Unternehmen zu
vereinen – Forschungsergebnisse werden direkt in Unternehmen umgesetzt.

Inhaltlicher Schwerpunkt von Under Construction 2017-2018 ist “Komfort
und Luftqualität in Innenräumen von Hotels”.

Die sechste Ausgabe von Under Construction zielt auf eine fruchtbare
Zusammenarbeit von Hotels, Unternehmen und Experten für
Innenraumqualität von Gebäuden ab.

Drei Teams bestehend aus jungen Experten für Komfortfragen haben
gemeinsam mit Unternehmen, die von IDM ausgewählt wurden, innovative
Lösungen mit einem hohen Grad an Effizienz und Komfort für drei Südtiroler
Hotels entwickelt, die in eine Machbarkeitsstudie eingebunden werden.

Im Workshop wird die Methodologie von Under Construction 2017-2018
erläutert und die von den Teams in den drei Partnerhotels ausgearbeiteten
Ergebnisse vorgestellt.

Zielgruppe
Hoteliers, Unternehmen, Architekten und Ingenieure, öffentliche und
private Auftraggeber, Forschungseinrichtungen.

Programm

Wann: Freitag 19. Januar 2018, 13:30-17:00 Uhr
Wo: NOI Techpark, SEM3 Saal
Adresse: A.-Volta-Straße 13A, Bozen
Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos, Anmeldung erforderlich. Begrenzte
Teilnehmerzahl. Anmeldung hier.
Veranstaltung in Italienischer Sprache ohne Simultanübersetzung.

Come ti appalto la facciata.

I risultati del progetto “Capitolato Prestazionale Facciate” in un articolo di EURAC per Elsevier.

Il Journal scientifico Sustainable Cities and Society di Elsevier ha pubblicato un articolo in versione Open Access, a firma Pascal Vullo, Alessio Passera e Roberto Lollini, ricercatori di Eurac Research di Bolzano, che apre la strada a un nuovo approccio nella redazione dei capitolati di facciate tecnologicamente complesse.

Lo studio nasce sulla scorta delle risultanze del progetto “Capitolato Prestazionale Facciate” svolto per conto della Ripartizione Edilizia e servizio tecnico della Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano, in collaborazione EURAC research (Istituto per le Energie Rinnovabili), IDM (Ecosystem Construction) e Università di Bolzano (Facoltà di Scienze e Tecnologie).

Questo lavoro rappresenta un possibile nuovo approccio per l’introduzione di criteri prestazionali sull’involucro, nella pianificazione e gestione degli appalti di progetti di edifici con facciate tecnologicamente complesse e fa da ponte per le attività per gli studi sulle prestazioni delle facciate che vengono svolte all’interno del progetto Interreg IT-AU FACEcamp.

Il titolo dell’articolo è “Implementation of a multi-criteria and performance-based procurement procedure for energy retrofitting of facades during early design”. Qui l’abstract e alcuni commenti nella news di GuidaFinestra e qui il collegamento con l’articolo su Sustainable Cities and Societies di Elsevier. Buona lettura 🙂

Per maggiori informazioni: carlo.battisti@idm-suedtirol.com

efnMOBILE 2.0 book

Enjoy the new efnMOBILE 2.0 book. It provides the European Facade Network (efn), its conferences and the connected professional community with a local platform for communication, exhibition, innovative development, and interaction.

It also includes an overview of the nine existing international European masters programs, that teach theoretical and practice-oriented skills of digital analysis-, design-, planning- and production methods and detailed overview of the latest technological developments in facades. The majority of them prepares for international projects in international markets. Therefore, teamwork and presentation skills have a fixed place in most curricula.

Our FACE | FAÇADES ARCHITECTURE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING training program organized in Bolzano by IDM South Tyrol and EURAC research in partnership with the Façades Working Group is one of these 9 programs. Stay tuned for the incoming new 3rd edition of FACE (2018).

   

facadeworld

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Based on the experiences of efnMOBILE 1.0 the hands-on student workshop activities and exhibitions took place in different environments and locations encouraging new technologies and methodologies. Like efnMOBILE 1.0 the new workshop series efnMOBILE 2.0 provides the European Facade Network (efn), its conferences and the connected professional community with a local platform for communication, exhibition, innovative development, and interaction. efnMOBILE 2.0 is reaching out to be developed from a European communication and technology exchange instrument into an international tool to exchange with the global facade community.
All events of efnMOBILE 2.0 follow an overall theme: ‘Efficient Envelopes’. Focusing towards adaptive and transdisciplinary approaches to improve the building envelope’s thus the building’s performance through human-centered solutions in facade technology. The task is to inspire the upcoming generation of architects, designers, and engineers to allow themselves to follow uncharted paths of development, think outside the box, to build showcase…

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A Restorative week.

The first RESTORE Training School is going to take place in Lancaster, UK between 14th and 17th November 2017. We have 30+ trainees attending, representing a great spectrum of sustainability disciplines, experience and EU countries. We have brilliant international trainers and guest lecturers. In addition, we will be joined by 12 RESTORE core group members. It’s going to be a great event and one not to miss.

Lancaster (Lancashire), UK

Focusing on Restorative Sustainability, Biophilia, and Sustainability Education, in four days trainees will gain a deep understanding of Restorative Sustainability and the key topics from RESTORE working groups. Training School trainees (students, educators, and practitioners) will participate in multiple introduction seminars, action learning, team and individual presentations, study tours, and much more.

School Highlights

  • Introduction to Regenerative Sustainability and the work of RESTORE Working Groups.
  • Guest lectures including Digital Approaches for Regenerative Design, Mindfulness for Sustainability and more.
  • Regenerative Sustainability Education with Class Of Your Own.
  • Biophilic Design Sessions. We are delighted to have some of the world’s leading experts on biophilic design join us for a powerful biophilic design afternoon of lectures, workshops and webinars.
  • Regenerative Sustainability Tours (Brockholes BREEAM Outstanding and Cuerdon Valley Park, Living Building Challenge Project).
  • Planting trees at the LBC Project (in part to offset carbon from travel, but also to provide locally available Larch timber for any future cladding replacement of the Visitor Centre).

the venue – The Storey, Lancaster

The Training School will operate as a train the trainer course; equipping delegates with techniques and knowledge to run restorative sustainability education modules within their own institute and networks. The RESTORE Training School has been approved by ILFI (International Living Future Institute) for 20 LFA (Living Future Accredited) professional CEU hours.

Confirmed Trainers and Guest Lecturers

Martin BrownRestorative Sustainability
Innovative sustainability & business strategist & advisor @Fairsnape. Author FutuREstorative. UK Living Building Challenge Ambassador and COST Restore Vice Chair. Forest of Bowland, Lancashire, UK.

Alison Watson –  Sustainability Education
Founder and Chief Executive at Class Of Your Own Limited. Clitheroe, Lancashire, UK.

Edeltraud HaselsteinerRESTORE Working Group 1
Urban planning Consulting & Research, Lecturer (University of Technology Vienna, Faculty of Architecture and Planning. Institute of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture). Vienna, Austria.

Emanuele NaboniRESTORE Working Group 2
BArch, MArch, PhD in Science, LEED AP, Licensed Architect. Associate Professor at the Institute of Technology of the Royal Danish Academy (KADK) in Copenhagen, School of Architecture. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Joe ClancyBiophilia
CMLI Project Landscape Architect at Bradley Murphy Design. Landscape Institute. Biophilic Design Consultant, Co-Author 14 patterns of Biophilic Design. Cubbington, Warwickshire, UK.

Elizabeth CalabreseBiophilic Design
AIA, Architect, Educator WELL Faculty. Author. Fostering health and wellbeing through biophilic and ecological design. Burlington, Vermont, USA.

Amanda SturgeonBiophilia (via webinar)
FAIA, CEO of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI). She is the author of Creating Biophilic Buildings, the founder and driving force behind the organization’s Biophilic Design Initiative and is a sought-after expert on biophilic design around the world. Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA.

Simon ThorpeProject Manager Cuerdon Valley Park LBC Project. Lancashire, UK.

Ann VannerSustainable Heritage
MCIAT. ARB. FHEA Architect/Technologist/Designer. Maker/Doer/Finder. University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK.

Anne ParkerMindfulness for Sustainability
Coach, trainer, mindfulness teacher. Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, UK.

Jenni BarrettLandscaping for Regenerative Sustainability
Researcher, consultant, lecturer. Senior Lecturer at University of Central Lancashire. Preston, UK.

Barbara JonesStraw Works
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, manufacturing and commerce (FRSA) in 2009. She was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from Women in Construction in 2011 and received a Woman of Outstanding Achievement Award from UKRC in 2009.

We look forward to welcoming you to Lancaster for the First RESTORE Training School 😊

RESTORE (REthinking Sustainability TOwards a Regenerative Economy) is an EU COST Action that will advocate for a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe. It will promote forward thinking and multidisciplinary knowledge, leading to solutions that celebrate the richness of design creativity while enhancing users’ experience, comfort, health, wellbeing and satisfaction inside and outside buildings, and in harmony with urban and natural ecosystems, reconnecting users to nature. The RESTORE network currently has 120+ participants across 37 countries, representing a wide spectrum of academic, client, design and construction individuals and organisations.