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MOZAIK is a building that combines health and comfort of occupants, in accordance with the environmental policy of SCI Rueil Newton c / o DTZ Investors. Indeed, all equipment has been studied to meet the needs of occupants:
In addition, numerous studies and measurements have been carried out to ensure the comfort and sanitary quality of the building (acoustic measurements, indoor air quality measurements, artificial lighting measurements, natural lighting air, water quality) Finally, a commissioning process has been put in place to ensure the proper functioning of the equipment on reception and thus the satisfaction of the occupants.
The restructuring project favored the conservation of a maximum of elements still usable on the site to reduce its impact in terms of carbon emissions. Indeed, the stone facade, the concrete structure of the building as well as the aluminum joinery were preserved. The gas boiler and the cold units that were not at the end of their life were kept and restarted as well as a few ACTs. All wood materials in the project are PEFC or FSC certified. The domestic hot water of the RIE is produced by photovoltaic panels located on the roof. No new parking has been created. 90% of site wastes were recovered (80% material recovery). MOZAIK participated in the HQE Performance test evaluating the environmental performance of buildings and its impact in terms of carbon over the entire life cycle of the building, by contributor and component.