A consortium led by Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest has been awarded the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contract to reconstruct four junior schools in Sarthe, France.
The four junior schools will be rebuilt as part of the Sarthe Departmental Council’s high-performance junior school plan to help young people succeed in education. The plan will see modern, high-performance schools built — both in terms of the buildings themselves and computer equipment — to create optimal learning conditions for students.
The projects will be HQE-certified, monitored by ELAN and Effinergie+ certified, and rated exceptional, with an energy commitment over the 20 years of operation.
Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest is the authorised representative of the consortium, Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest will carry out the work, and Bouygues E&S FM France will manage the projects for 20 years.
The consortium also includes architects Lionel Vié, Atelier Rolland & Associés, Christophe Bailleux and William Gohier, and technical consultancy firms SCE, BEGC, Elan and Grontmij.
The schools will be reconstructed one after the other, and are expected to be completed by the end of July 2019.
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