Providing effective solutions for new needs in the tertiary sector

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Majunga office tower, La Défense, Paris business district

Positioning the tertiary sector firmly within the future

Corporate real-estate is an important sector for Eiffage Construction. Companies are increasingly moving out towards the suburbs in order to take advantage of more space at less cost. The buildings they occupied formerly, often in city centres, are being freed up.

This transition enables Eiffage Construction to spearhead building and rehabilitation programmes in its capacity as both a property developer and a building contractor.

Alongside this, the group specialises in the construction of high-rise buildings, in iconic business districts, with accomplishments like the Majunga Tower in Paris, La Défense business district (see photo above).

Les Dunes office complex in Val-de-Fontenay, on the eastern outskirts of Paris
Les Dunes, Société Générale’s tech hub in Val-de-Fontenay, on eastern outskirts of Paris. © Carole Barriquand-Treuille
Facade of Le Garance office building in Paris
Le Garance building, which houses the offices of the Ministry of the Interior, Rue des Pyrénées, Paris. © Thierry Favatier

HQE® Environmental Quality Standard

Sustainable development is of major strategic importance to Eiffage Construction and plays a pivotal role in the company’s development strategy for the future. All employees strive to adhere to the dual objectives of ecological design and sustainable innovation to optimise the energy efficiency of buildings.

All Eiffage projects comply with thermal regulations as stipulated within the RT 2012 framework. The required energy efficiency levels make buildings eligible for labels such as HQE® (high environmental quality), BBC Effinergie® (low energy consumption), LEED (leadership in energy and environmental design) and even THPE (very high energy efficiency).

Eiffage campus in Vélizy-Villacoublay, southwest Paris
Pierre-Berger campus, head office of Eiffage in Vélizy-Villacoublay, southwest Paris. © Nicolas Fussler