DASBE partners had a busy week showcasing the new DASBE VR educational tool across the TUS campuses.
For a year now, a team of VR developers in collaboration with industry experts have been building a Virtual Reality prototype that aligns with the goals of the DASBE project.
DASBE and the Build Digital Project agree to jointly drive digital adoption through education and training
The Digital Academy for Sustainable Built Environment (DASBE) and the Build Digital Project, share the objectives of encouraging the implementation of digital information management and Building Information Modelling (BIM) across the public and private sectors, and supporting improved digital adoption and innovation in the sectors which design, deliver, and manage the built environment.
A number of TUS Midwest courses kicked off recently featuring some great guest speakers and site visits
As we are fast approaching 2030, we must focus more than ever on achieving our sustainability goals. That is why DASBE continuously try to anticipate and fulfil the industry skills needs by creating highly flexible and accessible courses.
A first of its kind course, that will use innovative teaching methods to upskill building professionals in the design and delivery of high quality, energy efficient renovations to traditional buildings, was launched by Minister of State for Heritage & Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan TD at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) on September 23, 2022.
The Irish Government have announced the new Circular Economy Bill based on the Whole-of-Government Circular economy strategy published in 2021. It is an all-encompassing Bill that aims to change behaviours towards circularity and away from the previously used linear model of produce, consume, and dispose of.
Congratulations to our partner, the Irish Green Building Council (IGBC) and the rest of the consortium on the success of the National Construction Centre coordinated by NUI Galway and funded by Enterprise Ireland. The goal of the Construction Technology Centre is to make Ireland’s construction sector a global leader in research and innovation.
The new, improved National Retrofitting Scheme is here! This far-reaching grant programme, administered by SEAI, is designed to achieve our Climate Action Plan goal of upgrading 500,000 Irish homes to a B2 by 2030.