GA Smart Building and Batipart are starting the construction of 22,000 m² of offices at Malakoff.The 'Sale and Lease Back' operation conducted by Safran.
We have the ability to analyse our impact on our environment and must be more ambitious. We should be anticipating the integration or reintegration of living things, upstream from any urban, construction, renovation or facilitation project. And every time we create spaces where we know that plants will grow and climb, that animal species will find a refuge...
Excerpt from the article “For the future, I dream of an inclusive city that will celebrate all living things”
In the course of the last 40 years, the productivity of the construction industry in France has decreased by 10%, while it has doubled for all other industries.
By 2020, Gustave Roussy will have a new building of more than 10,000 m² consisting of an outpatients' centre, a logistics hub and a wellness centre.
GA Smart Building has just won the contract to build the "Marseillaise" site, at Porte de Pantin in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, further to the "Réinventer.Paris 2, les dessous de Paris" competition.
Yesterday evening, Thursday 6 December, Construction21 announced the international winners of the 2018 Green Solutions Awards, at the COP 24 in Katowice, Poland.
The 19,000-m² Orange Campus, set in the town of Balma near Toulouse, will be jointly built by Pitch Promotion and GA Smart Building.
Sébastien Matty, Chairman of GA Smart Building, and Guillaume Sanchez, Managing Director Geosys SAS have just inaugurated the first building of the "B-Park" property complex.
One building has just been leased by Alten Group, the world leader in technology engineering and consulting.
GA Smart Building joins CIRCOLAB, the circular economy laboratory in the real estate and construction sector.
The leading real estate and construction firm, GA Smart Building moves into La French Fab.
Imagine what the future of the real estate industry will be, designing the new construction methods of the city of tomorrow: these two major challenges of the sector.
As part of the World Green Building Week, Construction21 revealed yesterday evening, on Thursday 20 September, the 7 French champions of the Green Building Solutions Aw
May 31 last, GA Smart Building signed a property development contract with Allianz to restructure two buildings at 16-18 Avenue George-V in Paris.
Frédéric Celdran, Managing Director of GA Promotion, and Robert Bouchard, Econocom's Chief Executive Officer, accompanied by Yannik Ollivier, Mayor of Saint-Martin-le-Vinoux.
The multidisciplinary Outpatient Surgery Unit at Pitié Salpêtrière University Hospital in Paris has been operational since 3 April 2018, the date on which the first patient was welcomed for treatment.
MOOCBIM was launched by GA Smart Building and the Toulouse National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) with the following objectives: to understand the strategic challenges of building information modelling
After "Le Village by CA" and Abellio in Toulouse, GA Smart Building is preparing to renovate a third building for Crédit Agricole.
GA Smart Building, designer, builder, developer and manager of tertiary buildings, becomes the new 100% shareholder of Ossabois, a company specialising in pre-fabrication and wooden modular construction.
Bureau Veritas has signed a fixed-term 9-year lease for more than 3,000 m² of office space and moved into the Gaïa building on 1 january 2018.The real estate complex, run as a co-development undertaking by GA Smart Building and Paref.
GA Smart Building puts design at the heart of its approach creating an internal design studio with the arrival of Arthur Farre, new Director of Design.Long committed to a proactive approach to design, innovation and ergonomics.
An interior air quality demonstrator has been installed in the premises of the GA Smart Building in Toulouse.
22 months after the beginning of works, Thierry Laroue-Pont, Chairman of the BNP Paribas Real Estate board of directors and Sébastien Matty, President of the GA Smart Building, recently inaugurated Luminem in the presence of Pascal Cormery.
Edward Auslander, Lord Corporation CEO, and Sébastien Matty, GA Smart Building President, recently laid the first stone for the future Fly-by-Wire Systems France building in Pont-de-l'Isère (26).
Val d'Europe, July 13 2017. Real Estate Development by Euro Disney and GA Smart Building have laid the first stone of the Nala building, the first building constructed behind the scenes at the Disney parks since 2002.
After 9 months of work, Marc Oppenheim, Managing Director of Crédit Agricole Immobilier and Sébastien Matty, Chairman of the GA Group, inaugurated the Abellio office building on 18 may, in the presence of Jean-Luc Moudenc.
On 9 march 2017, the GA Group conducted an operation to structure its shareholding. Until then, it had been 60% owned by PWREF I, advised by Aermont Capital, alongside the Group's employees who held the remaining 40%.
Groupe GA is to integrate into its processes the Hololens holographic helmet technology designed ans distributed by Microsoft and only recently available in France. The aim will be to test and deploy new uses of BIM (Building Infomation Modeling).
Groupe GA has recently signed a property development contract with SOFILO, subsidiary of the EDF Group, for the construction of a 25,500 m² property complex.
Hélène Milot, Enedis Regional Director in Champagne-Ardenne, Audrey Camus, Foncière des Régions Development Director, and Sébastien Matty, President of Groupe GA, have just laid the foundation stone of the future regional site of Enedis, in Reims.
Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris has just awarded Groupe GA the contract to design and construct an autonomous outpatient surgery platform on the largest hospital site in Europe.This new unit, dedicated to short-duration treatments.
Groupe GA and Lord Corporation have signed a property development contract for the construction of an industrial building at Pont-de-l'Isère (26), in the ZAC Vinays in the Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes region.
EUROSIC has entrusted GA Services with 8 new management mandates for Lyon and Toulouse, representing a total surface aera of 36,600 m².
Campus Thales Bordeaux, designed by architect Jean-Philippe Le Covec and built by GA, wins the "Campus" Prize at the 2016 SIMI Awards.Campus Thales - a workplace designed for users' comfort and convenience
The GA Group continues to pursue its development strategy with the appointment of Maud Baziz in the light industrial activity and logistics department.Maud Baziz, 35, has become the Director of sales development of industrial activity.
The GA Group and INSA Toulouse have just signed a major founder patronage agreement, thereby jointly creating the first teaching and research chair sponsored by the INSA Toulouse Foundation, the "Innovation and Construction" chair.
Jean-Michel Szydlowski, a member of the board of directors of Caisse d'Epargne Normandie and Sébastien Matty, Chairman of the GA Group, have just laid the cornerstone of the new regional head office of AXA France in the mixed development zone.
The construction of the Stade Rochelais performance centre testifies to the GA Group's abiding commitment to sport.The GA Group is building a performance centre in La Rochelle for professional rugby players in the Stade Rochelais club.
18 months after the start of works, the GA Group completes the Thales Campus in Bordeaux-Mérignac.Designed by architect Jean-Philippe Le Covec, the Thales Campus was constructed by GA in Bordeaux Mérignac.
This year, 73 winners of BIM Awards from all over the world competed for the Tekla international prize. The Tekla Global BIM Awards spotlight bold projects that stand out for the impressive design and construction of their structures.
Michel Goutorbe, the Managing Director of Crédit Agricole Immobilier and Sébastien Matty, the Chairman of the GA Group, have just laid the cornerstone of the future headquarters of Crédit Agricole Immobilier in Toulouse's Borderouge district.
The GA Group continues its open innovation initiatives by signing a strategic partnership with IoT Valley.GA's partnership with IOT Valley is the outcome of their common position on the development of innovative connected solutions.
The GA Group continues its innovation initiative and is reinforcing its research, development and innovation department with the appointment of Rémi Visière.Rémi Visière, 30, is the GA Group's new Director of Research, Development and Innovation.
The Ecocité of the Canal de l'Ourcq, an eco-district boasting 140,000 square metres of offices, retail shops and homes, will spearhead the economic development of this area in northwestern Paris.
How do you picture your work space in 2040? This subject, which is at the same time simple and complex, was the focus of the hackathon organized by the GA Group.
We are heading to rue de la Baume, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, to see a 19th-century Haussmann style building that has just been renovated by the GA Group.
One year after being awarded the BEPOS-Effinergie® label, Agua, the GA Group's headquarters in Toulouse, is keeping its promises.Winner of the SIMI 2015 Grand Prize.
The GA Group is joining forces with La Mêlée to organize a Hackathon and take up a series of challenges on the theme of “the office of the future”.
The GA Group has been designated by the property investment fund Fructifonds Immobilier, managed by AEW Europe SGP, for the renovation of "115 Arche" in Coubevoie.
Since 2013, GA has supported the Apprentis d'Auteuil foundation, a major player in youth training and professional integration, and has renewed its patronage agreement, which enables it to support professional integration in the building sector.
Luminem will privilege the comfort of CCMSA employees by offering them a unique working environment.
The project, the winner of a bid announcement organized by CBRE, will become the future regional headquarters of a large insurance company.
Agua, the head office of the GA Group, first to ensure employees' thermal, acoustic, visual and ergonomic comfort.
The GA Group continues to pursue its development strategy with the arrival of three new directors in the major accounts department set to work alongside Aurélien Ngangue.
Crédit Agricole Immobilier and Groupe GA have just launched a new office building in the Borderouge district of Toulouse.
Visit us at stand D71 on 2, 3 and 4 December at the Palais des Congrès in Paris.
The GA Group launches construction of Technopôle, a new 18 500 m² property complex for Schneider Electric.The new project, situated in the eco-district Grenoble Presqu'île.
With a new logo, a new internet site, and new Paris offices, the GA Group is reinventing itself and revisiting its visual identity. The fresh image reflects the dynamics of a forward-looking company.
Séquano Aménagement signs a bill of sale with BNP Paribas Immobilier and GA for its offices in Bobigny. Discover this new project.
IX BLUE, a company specialized in the production of electronic modulators for satellites, will move into new premises designed by the GA Group
GE Capital Real Estate has chosen the GA Group for the refurbishment of a 13 000 sqm office complex dating from the eighties.The complex, located in Montigny-le-Bretonneux, has just been leased by Nissan Europe.
Groupe GA has just signed the design / construction of the future headquarters of Chausson Matériaux.
Agua is first and foremost a monumental work of art installed in the lobby of the headquarters of Groupe GA.
The campus, designed by the Jean-Philippe Le Covec architectural firm, is focused on creating a working environment that betters its occupiers' performance and well-being.
Eight months after joining the GA Group, Sébastien Matty is setting up a new organization designed to support the group's development.
Affine has just signed a commitment to buy a second office building in Toulouse from the GA Group. The 2,900- sq m building will be purchased for 7.5 million euros (including transfer duties).
GA will build Thales' campus Air Innov' in Bordeaux – Mérignac. This complex will house the 2,300 employees of Thales Systèmes Aéroportés and Thales Avionics.
The off-site is the future of construction with reduced deadlines
with a modular approach
An interview with Ryadh Sallem on how he sees the future of urban environments, the place he imagines for nature, interactions and sport, and his perspective on accessibility
Combining user comfort and energy performance, our active facades are giving a whole new look to buildings.
No offence to Thomas Edison, but traditional incandescent light bulbs will soon be just collectors' items. Deemed too wasteful of energy, too fragile, and obsolete, they are now frowned upon by individuals and building professionals alike.
Although concrete is more often associated with sturdiness, resistance and rustic simplicity, it can also be an attractive, noble material. Many architects, artists and designers give it a central, sometimes unexpected, role in their works.
In a project that combines art and the environment, artist Imogen Ohlson reused GA's unused paper New Year's cards to make two works of art that will be installed in GA's Paris offices and in Agua, its Toulouse headquarters.
Our daily habits at the office are very telling. Is your desk chaotic, are you a control freak, are you easy-going? Take this test to find out what kind of colleague you are!1) In the morning during your coffee break…
You either like it or you don't: concrete rarely leaves people indifferent. The external appearance of buildings constructed in the 1960s and 1970s is the main reason for this attitude.
In the centre of Bordeaux, on the right bank of the Garonne, on three hectares of former military wasteland stands Darwin, an ecological, responsible laboratory that houses coworking spaces, companies, associations, retail shops and restaurants.
Work is a serious matter, but it's possible to be funny while working! Humour, long kept restrained and subdued in the work context, is now recognized as an essential component.
The building sector consumes more energy than any other sector in France. As the leading consumer, it plays a major role in energy transition. The challenge faced by industrialists in the public works.
At a time when companies are increasingly looking after their teams' well-being, connected objects are being introduced in the workplace to support and improve workers' health.
While it has been the object of numerous studies, on the ground biodiversity is still far from having the protection it deserves in the light of its contributions and benefits. In the face of climate change.
Relaxation areas, nap rooms, colourful offices and coffee machines worthy of a bistro testify to the fact that companies are attaching more and more importance to employees' well-being.
A survey of office employees conducted by Ricoh and The Economist reveals that 59% of respondents believe that non-digital information will be completely obsolete by 2020.
Today, foosball and ping pong tables are practically essential features in every self-respecting startup.
The emergence of BIM (Building Information Modelling) in the GA Group has transformed working habits and methods. FullBIM, the digital modelling process implemented in the Group, is more than just a tool
By monitoring and analysing all items of energy consumption, production and storage, smart buildings can manage flows as quickly and efficiently as possible.
In the era of open-plan offices, cleanliness is everyone's business. Given their influence on the work atmosphere and employees' productivity, clean and tidy desks have nothing but positive effects on a company.
According to an Ifop/Nespresso study conducted in 2014, 75% of employees drink at least one cup of coffee during their work day.
The problem with good ideas is that they are extremely volatile. To harness all the ideas with innovation potential, the GA Group has its own specific initiative, called Eureka.
A startup retreat is something between a seminar and a team-building event, between co-working spaces and co-living spaces.
The sustainable city is a major challenge in developed societies. It combines local objectives (quality of life, proximity, mobility) and global ones (climate, biodiversity, carbon footprint).
Today, the lunch break is more and more synonymous with conviviality or of a pleasant break in a day of work.
From "zen" spaces to futuristic nap cocoons, the practice of nap in the workplace could become widespread.
Through the use of artificial intelligence, buildings are becoming autonomous entities capable of considering, producing and processing data.
From the tactile and ergonomic workplan to the large aseptic open space, science fiction imagines our workplaces of tomorrow.
What if the work environment was the prime factor influencing employee engagement? This was the conclusion of a study carried out by Steelcase-Ipsos, published in February 2016.
Open plan offices first appeared in the 1960s, and the concept became firmly established in companies the world over. Often accused of being a source of noise nuisance and stress.
From Grenoble to Melbourne, a tour of the world's most sustainable buildings.
Emmanuelle Duez was not yet 30 when she organized The Boson Project, a committed start-up providing support to large companies that wish to set up new flexible.
With the multiplication of connected objects, professional life will continue to be transformed. Close-up on 5 innovations.
Obesity, backache, and cardio-vascular disease are some of the harmful effects on our health that can, according to a study conducted by the Observatory of Sedentarism, result from sitting all day long.
More than architects' plans and concrete blocks, tomorrow's building considers itself ever smarter.
In 1985, the Harvard Business Review published an article entitled “Your office is where you are”. Today, the generation of workers without a fixed office, nomadic workers without any professional.
Employees who take their breaks in a green environment or in front of a natural landscape reportedly develop a greater capacity to concentrate and be more productive.