University Institutes of Technology - Civil Engineering

Saint Nazaire, France, 2013

This building, completed in 2013 for the Loire-Atlantique Department Council, comprises a technology hall, laboratory and equipment for civil engineering, offices for researchers, classrooms, and a big conference room. Even though it is located in a constrained site, this building maintains, thanks to its compactness, the quality of the outdoor area, and offers an optimal flow management (staff and networks)


Technical Specifications

Type

education

Location

Saint Nazaire, France

client

Loire-Atlantique General Council

project manager

Architecture: enia architectes
Engineering (All building trades): IOSIS Centre Ouest
Environmental studies: Elioth

Project manager: Stéphane Danel
Assistants: Emilien Lavice, Maxime Gil, Virginie Sévigné

© photographs

11h45

area

2 900 m²

cost

4,5 M€ ex-Tax

Program

Extension of the University Institutes of Technology for Civil Engineering of Saint-Nazaire (technology hall, labs, classrooms and conference rooms)

Mission

Full mission

Status

completed

Date

2013

Environmental approach

Consumption goal:
61, 90 KW/m²/an

High-performance building shell:
external insulation, low-emissivity glass, compactness