Sustainable development in the construction of new public and healthcare facilities
Cité Sanitaire de Saint-Nazaire (44) ©Groupe 6
In the development of public amenities, Icade systematically implements an environmental approach focused on energy performance, but which also seeks to ensure full accessibility and availability of facilities.
National Training School of Senior Firefighting Officers – technical support centre (Vitrolles)
This 9,000m² centre was built according to an HQE® approach that respects the landscape, whilst deploying high water, waste and rubble energy performance levels.
Regional hospital (Orléans)
The first regional hospital to receive an HQE® THPE label, the hospital was designed according to bioclimatic principles by which the heating network is used to produce energy.
Le Clos Saint-Michel (Chevilly-Larue)
This 260-home eco-district, complete with a green roof, enhances social and intergenerational diversity. It implements a high proportion of renewable (geothermal) energy.
Cité Sanitaire Nazairienne (Saint-Nazaire)
We are deploying a High Environmental Quality (HQE®) approach, illustrated by the use of renewable energy and recyclable construction materials.
Paris Zoo (Paris 12th)
The 145,000m² zoo is currently being renovated with particular attention to a variety of biodiversity aspects.