Eiffage Construction has secured a design-and-build contract to take over the Lumi project, a multipurpose space in the Euratlantique district of Bordeaux, France.  

Awarded by Clairsienne, the contract is valued at nearly €45m ($48.80m). 

Vincent Lavergne Architecture Urbanisme, with assistance from Cierto Estudio, will handle the project management of Lumi, which is situated at Quai de Brienne. 

The Lumi project will feature a complex of four mixed-use buildings, with eight to ten above-ground floors, encompassing a total of 21,000m² of floor space.  

Designed around a 1,140m² landscaped area, the project includes a tertiary building with conference rooms, office areas, and a school, as well as catering and rooftop spaces. 

The development plan includes two buildings that will offer 130 homes for first-time buyers and properties for rent.  

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Additionally, there will be a building with 192 units of social university accommodation and a childcare facility on the ground floor.  

The project will also provide 167 parking spaces across two underground levels and a range of high-service-level cycle parking spaces. 

Aligned with the RE2020 regulation, the Lumi project aims for sustainable building and urban development practices.

The eco-design initiative will focus on retaining most of the existing structures and recovering materials through reuse or recycling, which is expected to result in 800 tonnes worth of carbon savings. 

During construction, the company intends to use low-carbon concrete, bio-sourced materials, and industrialised bathrooms by its subsidiary HVA Concept alongside circular solutions. 

In addition, the complex will connect to the local district heating network, and some offices will use power from photovoltaic panels. 

Demolition is scheduled for late November 2024, following the design and technical structural planning stage.  

The main structural work is set to commence in March 2025, with completion expected in December 2026.  

The Lumi project is expected to employ approximately 80 Eiffage Construction tradespeople. 

Earlier this week, Eiffage announced that its Pradeau Morin teams are currently working on the Saint-Gervais church restoration project’s new phase.