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Certification DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council) level platine(meilleure classification)
Energy consumption efficiency. It is very important to us to limit the building's energy and resource consumption as much as possible, among other things by carefully choosing the lighting concept and the luminaires installed.
The building is very well insulated and does not have a boiler, but a reversible heat pump, which heats and cools the building. In the centre of the building, a light shaft provides both natural light and a cooling well, provided by natural ni ght ventilation.
The entire roof surface is covered with photovoltaic panels.
Rainwater is collected on the roof and used for sanitary facilities and watering the surrounding area.
The building is developed in the basement on three levels. There are about 100 parking spaces, some of which are equipped with charging stations for electric vehicles.
A rigorous use of healthy construction materials;the result has been validated by measurements of air quality and control of the absence of polluting substances.
The building has enabled GL&Ass to achieve certain principles that we defend and that weadvise our clients. An elaborate and exhaustive monitoring system allows the monitoring and control of energy consumption, with more than
700 measuring points. This data is analyzed by the teams responsible for the operation of the building and will make it possible to optimize the building's energy consumption while ensuring the comfort and well-being of the employees, and the aim is to improve service to our customers through very concrete feedback.