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La Noue Hospital Site

Contracting party: De Vierzon Hospital

  • Residential Care Home for the Elderly building: construction of an establishment
    with 41 beds Creation of landscaped areas
  • Robert Leroux building: construction of a building with 92 beds including:
    – 2 geriatric follow-up care units
    – 1 convalescence unit
    – 1 physical and rehabilitation medicine unit
  • 1 functional rehabilitation technical centre
  • Mérigot building: safety improvements

9,576 / COST OF WORKS: € 19.9 M EXCLUDING TAX / DELIVERY: 2009

Environmental Approach:

  • Planted roof for deferred management of rainwater
  • Wood heating network
  • Use of Vegecol asphalt with a plant-based binder (non-oil derived)

Organised along a planted walkway, the buildings open onto gardens or onto foliage. This architecture, with its sober and soothing lines and with its controlled modernity alternates white plaster with tawny cladding. The various types of roofing are in line with the environment. The large planted patios offer the peace and tranquillity residents require.

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