RE2020: the CSTB takes the floor at the Coriolis Seminars for Environment watch live
On January 13, 2022, at 6 pm, meet Sylvie Ravalet, Deputy CEO of the CSTB, and Alexandra Lebert, Head of the “Buildings and Cities Facing Climate Change” Strategic Research Action, as they talk about the challenges and opportunities of RE2020, the new French environmental regulations, for new buildings.
Coronavirus health crisis, the CSTB and its teams are mobilized to ensure the continuity of our services to all clients and partners
Under these exceptional circumstances, our priority is to prevent further risk for the people around us and with whom we work: nearly 1 000 employees of the CSTB and its subsidiaries, 6 000 clients and partners, 2 500 suppliers and sub-contractors. We shall all comply fully with the measures announced by the President of France.
SIMI 2019: The CSTB Group guides you in all phases of your construction or urban development
Risk mitigation, environmental requirements, usability and comfort in buildings and the city. To address these challenges, the CSTB Group assists you in your construction and development projects starting at the design phase.
The CSTB's expertise supporting the Montpellier Sud-de-France train station
Comprising a roof made of ultra-high performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC), with an openwork pattern of 10,000 glazed openings, the new train station in Montpellier is a technical and architectural innovation designed by Marc Mimram.
Greywater recycling: from concept to assessment
In October 2015, WisElement, a VSE, took advantage of the CSTB’s innovation advisory and support service, Ariane. Since then, it has been advancing step-by-step to increase the reliability of its innovative device for the instant recovery of heat from shower greywater. In 2016, the CSTB initiated a study of the technical and regulatory aspects of the innovation in the concept phase. The results may support a request for Technical Approval in 2017.
Stepped timber frame with invisible seams
Wooden beams make up the stepped structure of the huge roof covering the Aqualagon, the future water park of Marne-la-Vallée. The beams were made by Arbonis, using an innovative assembly technique, which received a favorable ATEx assessment in early 2016.
Insulated concrete form walls: four technological leaps supported by the CSTB
2016: The industrial companies GBE and Lafarge received a Technical Approval for a cast-in-situ wall with integrated insulation and concrete skin. This system has just taken its fourth technological leap, 20 years after the emergence of the first solution of its kind on the market. The CSTB has supported the advancement of this innovation since its beginnings. Working alongside the stakeholders through the assessment procedure, the CSTB helps ensure the safety and stability of their system.