Ecocem’s technologies are being used on a pilot site of the Grand Paris Express – the largest transport project in Europe.
Ecocem’s ultra-low carbon technology is being used in the construction of the Athletes’ Village for Summer 2024. Located some 7km north of the centre of Paris, overlapping the communes of Saint-Denis, Ile Saint-Denis and Saint-Ouen and less than 5 minutes away from the Stade de France, the village, comprised within a radius of 500m, will be the epicentre of the Paris 2024 design.
Ireland’s national rugby and football stadium was built using Ecocem cement not only for its carbon advantages but for its technical superiority and aesthetic qualities.
Britain’s new high speed rail line is being built from London to the North-West, with HS2 trains linking the biggest cities in Scotland, Manchester, Birmingham and London. It is the largest infrastructure project in Europe and the most important economic and social regeneration project in decades. Various low-carbon Ecocem technologies are being employed throughout its construction.
The Convention Centre Dublin is the world’s first carbon-neutral convention centre. This landmark building meets the highest standards of environmental sustainability.
Designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel, the future tower will rise to 220m and will contribute to rebalancing the La Défense skyline.
L’Archipel is a mixed-use complex of five buildings housing Vinci’s new headquarters and will accommodate 4,000 employees.