Demolition-reconstruction of two buildings as part of the development project for the new Bouygues Holding headquarters complex. A mixed-material steel frame superstructure designed to free up a maximum amount of space. Substructure built to absorb loads in order to create an auditorium, a separate parking garage, etc. Main building façade made of curved double-glazed panes with interior screens laid out as a double-curvature glazed shell. Electrical installations using the latest technology to ensure optimal operational quality.
CLIENT: Holding Bouygues SA
ARCHITECT: Kevin Roche and SRA Architectes
PROJECT VALUE: 37 M€
TOTAL SURFACE AREA: 7 500 m²
COMPLETION DATE: 2006
LOCATION: Paris, France
OUR BRIEF: Structural, Facade and Mechanical Services Engineering