Albert Camus High school and boarding accommodation - Bois-Colombes (92)
- Technical characteristics
|Client||REGION ILE DE FRANCE|
|Architect||FABIENNE GERIN JEAN|
|Scope of services||Structural engineer, services engineer, building economist, design manager|
|Delivery date||In progress|
Programme - EN
Demolition, refurbishment and extension of existing high school (classrooms and 300-seat amphitheatre), installation of temporary buildings, unallocated rooms and construction of 100-pupil boarding accommodation. 72 car spaces and 11 staff housing units. Redevelopment of outdoor spaces.
Particularités Techniques - EN
Construction divided into 3 distinct phases within occupied premises. Three-year project timeframe, complex site due to restricted accessibility to some buildings. 1960s "bar" building refurbished with openings to provide clear view from street towards extension within centre of site. Large windows provided in facade to open school towards city. Network of existing underground galleries on site, dating back to industrial period of Bois-Colombes, complicated footings and underpinning work. High environmental targets obtained by thermal performance in elevation, different means of mechanical ventilation and rainwater management. Special care given to green spaces to enhance playgrounds and facilitate effective rainwater infiltration. Finally, high school security with respect to external aggression integrated into design of establishment surroundings, coupled with efficient video surveillance.
Bâtiment Basse Consommation (BBC) - low energy building: 80kWh/m² refurbished buildings - 50kWh/m² new buildings.