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BBC observatory: a tool to capitalise on best practices in low-consumption renovation and positive-energy construction
En octobre 2009, le Ministère de l'écologie, du développement durable et de l'énergie (MEDDE), l'ADEME et l'association Effinergie officialise le lancement d'un outil de partage d'expérience sur les opérations de bâtiments basse consommation : l'OBSERVATOIRE BBC (www.observatoire.bbc.org).

Depuis sa création, l'Observatoire BBC a pour missions de répondre aux enjeux suivants:
- Accompagner la généralisation des bâtiments à énergie positive et la massification de la rénovation,
- Valoriser le savoir-faire des professionnels,
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In October 2009, the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy (MEDDE), ADEME and the Effinergie Association officially launched a tool to share experience on low-consumption building operations: the BBC Observatory (www.observatoire.bbc.org).

Since its inception, the BBC Observatory’s mission has been to address the following issues:
  •  Support the generalisation of positive-energy buildings and massification of renovation,
  • Make best use of professional know-how,
  • Help develop future regulations,
  • Identify training needs.
 
The BBC Observatory publishes annual technical and economic studies and a quarterly dashboard of Effinergie labels. At the same time, it publishes monthly "feedback" sheets allowing the general public and professionals to identify pioneering projects. Finally, the Observatoire BBC’s expertise allows it to participate in state-led focus groups on future regulations and to run conferences on positive-energy buildings and low-consumption renovation.
 
Green Solutions Awards 2018: Artelia’s Sustainable Buildings unit is very well represented!
L’édition 2018 des Green Solutions Awards, concours organisé par le réseau Construction 21, met en avant quatre bâtiments de la compétence Bâtiments Durables d’Artelia :
- Les bureaux de la société Triballat à Noyal, bâtiment Bas Carbone en béton de chanvre et isolants biosourcés (liège, lin, chanvre, coton). Artelia accompagne la société Triballat pour l’obtention du label Bâtiment Bas Carbone (BBCA).
- Le Thémis, bâtiment de bureaux développé par Icade, de la ZAC Clichy-Batignolles, premier bâtiment tertiaire labellisé E+C-, au niveau Energie 2 Carbone 2, et BBCA. Artelia a notamment assuré la mission de...

The 2018 edition of the Green Solutions Awards, a competition organised by the Construction21 network, highlights no fewer than four buildings to which Artelia’s Sustainable Buildings unit has contributed its expertise.

So waste no time in finding out about these exemplary projects, and don’t hesitate to vote for your favourite:

Offices for Triballat in Noyal, a low-carbon building constructed using hempcrete panels and bio-based insulating materials (cork, linen, hemp and cotton). Artelia is assisting Triballat with the procedures to obtain BBCA (low-carbon building) certification.
Thémis, an office building developed by Icade at the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles mixed development zone. It is the first office building to be awarded E+C- (positive-energy, low-carbon) accreditation with an Energy 2 and Carbon 2 rating, as well as BBCA (low-carbon building) certification. Artelia’s assignment included design and supervision services in regard to the Environment and Energy Performance aspects.
The Paris law courts, a high-rise building forming the new emblem of the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles mixed development zone. Artelia is acting as commissioning manager for the HVAC installations.
The Technopôle in Grenoble, a smart building with exemplary energy performance levels. Artelia is assisting Schneider Electric with the procedures to obtain LEED Platinum certification.

The winners of the national competition will be announced on 20 September, and the prizes will be awarded during international ceremony at COP 24 in December in Katowice.