Project consortium partners

Economic Chamber of North Macedonia – Project Coordinator

The Economic Chamber of Macedonia is a Business Professional Association with 15.000 active SME’s members with dominant participation in establishing of macroeconomic indicators on state’s level (GDP, foreign trade exchange, employment, settlement of obligations towards the state, etc.). Branch associations have been established within the chamber divided according to the sector of the companies and they have regular meetings of its members approaching the legislation and issues as a main impact on their business.

Ss Cyril and Methodius University, North Macedonia

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies (FEEIT) is a high educational institution at the state University Ss Cyril and Methodius in Skopje – UKIM, with long term tradition in the field of electrical engineering and IT education, research and know-how transfer to Macedonian industry. FEEIT is a Macedonian leading institution especially committed towards sustainable energies and their wider implementation in practice.


University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

The University of Ljubljana (UL) is the oldest and the largest university in Slovenia with close to 60.000 students. According to the Spanish Webometrics, the UL takes the 155th place out of 8,000 World universities, among European Universities UL takes the 41st place, and among Central and Eastern European University UL takes the 2nd place. The participating group has a long history of a successful research, pedagogical and professional work.

WITS Institute SLU – BIM Academy, Spain

BIM Academy is a trademark of WITS Institute S.L. created in 2014 in Barcelona (Spain) as one of its main divisions. WITS Institute is the acronym of What Is The Situation Institute, a learning body that has as a mission the trans-formation of any technical profile –accross AECO sector and Design fields- that has been kick-out from the market in an updated professional profile to be inserted again in the labor status.

Slovak chamber of Civil engineers, Slovakia

SKSI is an institution with a long and rich history. It is the successor organization of the Engineering Chamber, which was founded in 1913. The activities of the SKSI arise from the Act of the Slovak National Council no. 138/1992 Coll. on Authorized Architects and Authorized Civil Engineers. SKSI is a professional organization that currently associates more than 4,800 active authorized civil engineers and more than 1,100 volunteer members complete SKSI board. We are the largest professional organization in the construction sector in Slovakia.

Association of business and consultancy, North Macedonia

ABC “CREATION” is a Macedonian based company devoted to create the help and the support of individuals and groups, in process of implementing their project ideas. Overall goal of Association is to enlarge the exchange of products and services from Macedonia into local and global market. Over the last 19 years more than 18 successfully projects according international community’s standard requirements were implemented. The teams are composed by 50 members (experts in different fields) and they have successfully advised municipalities, companies, business associations, NGO’s, small and mid-size enterprises and individuals in Republic of Macedonia.

Slovak University of technology, Slovakia

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is the largest and the oldest technical university in Slovak Republic. Since its foundation in 1937 more than 105.000 students have graduated in STUBA. In average 16.000 students study at the STUBA every year. At present, it comprises seven faculties. All the Faculties provide training in accredited study programs within the complex system on Bachelor, Master and PhD level. Faculties realize the credit system compatible with the ECTS enabling mutual mobility of students within EU member countries and a larger European space. In the area of scientific and research activities STUBA successfully joins EU programs.

Institut de Tecnologia de la Construcció de Catalunya, Spain

ITEC is a non-profit private foundation from Spain, at the service of society, working in the construction sector since 1978. Our goals as an organization to support innovation are the generation and transfer of information, knowledge and tools together with the provision of technological services, to improve the competitiveness of the construction sector stakeholders (public and private companies, and independent professionals).

Chamber of commerce and industry of Slovenia, Slovenia

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia – CCIS (slov. GZS) is a non-profit, non-governmental, independent business organisation representing the interest of its members. With over 160 years of tradition (168 years in 2019), it is one the most influential business organisation in Slovenia. CCIS unites 24 branch associations, representing all important industry sectors of Slovenia, under its roof. CCIS has 13 regional offices across Slovenia. CCIS is composed of branch business associations, regional associations and professional departments.

Stichting ISSO, Netherlands

ISSO is the Dutch Knowledge Centre for the building and building services sector. ISSO is founded as a not for profit organization with the aim to coordinate research and organize knowledge transfer to the practitioners in the building and building services sector. ISSO is founded by the various professional associations in this sector. Since our start, more than 40 years ago, ISSO published more than 120 guidelines, publications and research reports. ISSO is also involved in the national, European (CEN) and international (ISO) standardization work in this field. ISSO publications are the basis for integrated building and building and installation design, maintenance and re-use in the Netherlands.

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