Rabot Dutilleul sponsors the 2017 Green Building Solutions Awards
Once again, Rabot Dutilleul is sponsoring the “sustainable renovation” category of the Green Building Solutions Awards organised by the construction sector’s social network, known as Construction 21.
Companies committed to mitigating the impact of climate change, such as BNP Paribas Real Estate, Eiffage, Parexlanko/ParexGroup and Barrisol, have decided to sponsor the competition by supporting the category that best relates to their own activities to mitigate the impact of climate change. Thus, Rabot Dutilleul is supporting the “sustainable renovation” category, which focuses on building renovation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, in accordance with the goal set by the COP 21 conference.
The Green Building Solutions Awards highlight exemplary buildings, neighbourhoods and infrastructures that help reduce global warming by more than 2°C. This internationally recognised competition is the only one that compares newly delivered buildings with occupied ones, and focuses more attention on the result obtained than on the eco-construction approach itself.The Green Building Solutions Awards highlight exemplary buildings, neighbourhoods and infrastructures that help reduce global warming by more than 2°C. This internationally recognised competition is the only one that compares newly delivered buildings with occupied ones, and focuses more attention on the result obtained than on the eco-construction approach itself.
The Green Building Solutions Awards competition is supported by both French institutional partners (ADEME, Plan Bâtiment Durable, Batimat, Business Immo, Alliance HQE, EGF BTP, etc.) and international institutional partners (Alliance for Buildings & Construction, famous international NGOs such as R20, ICLEI, World Climate, WBCSD World Business Council for Sustainable Development, etc.).
VOTES ARE OPENED UNTIL 5th SEPTEMBER!
Rabot Dutilleul presented several projects eligible for the competition, for which everyone could vote:
1. The Aren'ice stadium in Cergy Pontoise, the home of French ice hockey, built by Rabot Dutilleul Construction.
2. The Covent Garden project in Lille, a housing programme developed by Nacarat and built by Rabot Dutilleul Construction.
3. The headquarters of Rabot Dutilleul Construction in Wasquehal, renovated by its own employees.
4. The school complex in Blénod-les-Toul, built by Rabot Dutilleul Construction using the Smart Module Concept.
5. The 32 project: the renovation of an office building imagined by Nacarat and carried out by Rabot Dutilleul Construction.
Interview with Rodolphe Deborre, Head of Innovation and Sustainable Development, on the subject of Rabot Dutilleul’s commitment as a sponsor of the “Sustainable Renovation” category of the 2016 Green Building Solutions Awards competition.
“Construction 21” is an international social network which emerged from a European project. It is a worldwide information portal dedicated to the construction sector and sustainable city professionals, which disseminates information, good practices and practical solutions implemented by pioneers, and accelerates exchanges between construction sector practitioners, institutions, researchers and trainers.