Designed by architectural firm Valode & Pistre, the Technopôle complex is occupied by the network and IT personnel of Bouygues Telecom.
From the functional point of view, the Technopôle complex is the perfect response to the technical requirements laid down by Bouygues Telecom. Its nerve centre is highly secure and operates around the clock, even in the event of general power cut. The third basement level is occupied by a self-contained power plant.
User comfort was also of major concern in the design of the project. The work of interior architect Jean-Louis Berthet, the internal fitout focuses on user-friendliness, interchange, and well-being.
Today, the 3,500 employees working in the Technopôle complex have at their disposal:
- 5 floors of office space,
- 2 sports rooms,
- 2 restaurants,
- a cafeteria,
- a fast-food court,
- a 150-seat auditorium.
Located at the edge of Meudon Forest, the Technopôle complex fits harmoniously into its immediate natural surroundings. Laid out in a ‘W’ shape, the buildings advance harmoniously into the grounds, thereby establishing a direct link with nature.
Like the Galeo building, the Bouygues Immobilier head office in Issy-les-Moulineaux, the Technopôle complex is certified THQE®.
To attain this level, Bouygues Immobilier implemented the latest innovations in terms of energy efficiency.
- An energy recovery system in the computer room chilling plant covers 60% of heating requirements in winter and 100% of the domestic hot water requirement.
- A steel grid on the façade serves as solar shading, thereby reducing the demand for air conditioning.
- Lights are fitted with photoelectric cells to adjust intensity in accordance with natural lighting levels.
- A rainwater recovery system is used for watering the grounds.
Technopôle Bouygues Telecom
13 à 21 avenue du Maréchal Juin
92190 Meudon-la-Forêt, France