Renovation of the café-restaurant “la Croix des Gardes”
- Building Type : Restaurant
- Construction Year :
- Delivery year : 2021
- Address 1 - street : 12 allée Schneider 37600 CHANCEAUX PRèS LOCHES, France
- Climate zone : [Cfb] Marine Mild Winter, warm summer, no dry season.
- Net Floor Area : 146 m2
- Construction/refurbishment cost : 350 498 €
- Cost/m2 : 2400.67 €/m2
Primary energy need
(Calculation method : RT 2012 )
Between heritage and energy renovation, the project aims to bring the electricity, sanitary facilities and access to the building to the standards for people with reduced mobility. Work on the roof, insulation, carpentry but also on the electric heating have also been undertaken. In addition, a wooden extension was built at the rear of the building.
Restoration of this site provided an opportunity to employ a large number of local businesses, while promoting both an ecological and circular approach. The rapeseed straw on which the lime/rapeseed coatings are based is provided by local producers in conjunction with the community of communes who wish to promote local production of agro-materials.
- Insulation of walls using biosourced materials;
- Vertical walls of the room plunge into a wooden frame accompanied by wood wool insulation;
- Insulation of wood wool ceilings in two crossed layers;
- The roof has been redone, except for the lean-to on the street side;
- The wooden joinery is new.
A few additional details:
- The electricity and sanitary facilities have been refurbished and meet ERP standards;
- Remediation work.
- Traditional historical
- Vertical walls of the room plunge into a wooden frame accompanied by wood wool insulation.
- Freestone and rubble stone walls, coated with lime on the outside, and insulated on the inside with a 10 cm thick rapeseed lime coating accompanied by a similar coating finish.
- For water features, traditional insulation thermal resistance R ≥ 4 m².K/W.
- stone and concrete
- Insulation of wood and mineral wool creepers in the parts exposed to fire.
If you had to do it again?
Problem of compatibility between the fireproof character of the plasterboards, if wood wool insulation is incorporated, the coating loses its fireproof character, for lack of laboratory validation
See more details about this projecthttps://www.envirobatcentre.com/fiche-projet/cafe-restaurant-la-croix-des-gardes
Jean Louis Dumortier
Sylvain AMIARD - 02.47.59.44.53https://bv2i.com/
Other consultancy agency
Sébastien RICHAUD - contac[a]cdcconseil.fr - 02.47.46.32.42https://www.cdcconseil.fr/
Christophe PICHOT - eurl.desperches[a]orange.fr - 02.47.94.83.97
Sébastien LESPAGNOL - lescaseb[a]menuiserielespagnol.fr
Labbé maçonnerie et taille de pierre
Aurélien LABBE - labbe.maconnerie37[a]orange.fr - 02.47.92.88.57
- 164,00 kWhep/m2.an
- 301,00 kWhep/m2.an
- Heat pump
- Individual electric boiler
- No cooling system
- Single flow
- Heat pump
As a result of the town hall's desire to promote local products for this site, a lime/rapeseed coating is used to insulate the building. Rapeseed is indeed grown in the region, unlike hemp normally used for biosourced coatings, and offers the same thermal, hygrothermal, acoustic and mechanical performance.
The design and manufacture of local rapeseed aggregates are the result of partnership research work, carried out by the ISOCHAMP association and the GDA Loches Montrésor, with strong support from the Community of Communes. ISOCHAMP is a collective of farmers working to promote insulators made from rapeseed and sunflower. The association has notably worked with the universities of Orléans and Tours to document the properties of these products. A project with PAREXLANKO was then undertaken to develop the sector.
Several sites in the region have used rapeseed or sunflower straw for building insulation.
Construction and exploitation costs
- 350 498 €
Reasons for participating in the competition(s)
A heritage renovation to save this emblematic building, while allowing it to almost halve its primary energy consumption. A heat pump heats the building. The project owner wanted to use as many local and natural materials as possible on this site. Beyond the use of wood wool as insulation, a lime-rapeseed coating was applied to the walls, the result of research work on the development of this local raw material.