Aesthetic appearance
To combine modern aesthetics, the art of living and nature, a wooden framework is the best solution. It allows one to closely follow contemporary architecture, while benefiting from the advantages of wooden construction. Une rénovation de salle de bain commence par une bonne répartition dans l’espace. L’endroit est souvent réduit, chaque élément doit être astucieusement disposé.
A design in line with your ideas
Our versatility is a major asset in the designing of your living spaces, which we will arrange according to your lifestyle. We will be able to create an intimate, warm and welcoming atmosphere, for good living.
The heart of our trade
We build houses or extensions using traditional masonry. The use of various materials constitutes the heart of our trade, and is well-known by us. We will apply and make available our know-how to your project.
We ensure that your electrical installation falls within the standards imposed by insurers. Our expertise in masonry enables us to offer you a fully embedded installation, which will be far more functional and elegant that an installation under moulding. We guarantee the conformity of our installations according to the standards in force; these will be certified by an independent inspection body (CONSUEL).
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Understanding RT2012, it’s child’s play!

The thermal regulations of 2012 have the objective, like previous thermal regulations, of limiting energy consumption of new buildings whether they are for housing (residential) or any other use (tertiary). The aim of this Thermal Regulation is defined by the law on the implementation of the Grenelle Environmental Forum. This objective restates the energy performance level defined by the BBC-Effinergie label. The thermal regulations in force, consequently, will be reinforced so that all new buildings have, on average, a consumption of primary energy (before transformation and transport) lower than 50 kWh/m² /yr against 150 kWh/m²/yr approximately under the RT2005. The 2012 Thermal regulations rests on three coefficients: the Bioclimatic Requirement (BBio), Consumption (C) and the recommended internal temperature (Tic). In a simplified way, the BBio coefficient corresponds to the losses (natural losses and need for users) minus free supply (body ,heat from the sun, etc.), the coefficient C corresponds to the need on the output of equipment and the Tic to the maximum temperature reached during a period of high heat. The coefficients BBio, C and Tic will be calculated using the computerized computational tools which will be provided by the CSTB and which are under development.


 The Thermal Regulations of 2012 apply: For housing programmes (houses, apartment building, centres for young workers and university residences) located in the ANRU area whose building permits will have been filed from October 28th, 2011. For office programmes, teaching premises and child day-care establishments  whose building permits will have been filed from October 28th, 2011. For other tertiary buildings whose building permits will have been filed on January 1st, 2013. For buildings for use as housing located outside the perimeter areas for urban renovation whose building permits will have been filed on January 1st, 2013.

It’s always simpler with a drawing!

We suggest a cartoon made by pupils of the ESTP which drew our attention. We hope that this will help you to familiarize yourself with the RT2012. Click on the following link: LINK