Type of project : New offices
Total surface area : 8 000 M²
Construction time : 12 Months
Location : North / Paris region

In March 2012, GA completed a complex of buildings totalling 8,000 m² in Bezons, in the heart of the department of Val d’Oise. Part of it was sold to AB Habitat, the public housing office of Argenteuil-Bezons, and part of it is occupied by the government employment agency. Designed by the Jean-Philippe Le Covec architectural firm, the complex offers another 1,800 m² of available space spread over three 600 m² office plates.

An ideal location

Located along the Seine, at the intersection of Quai Voltaire and Rue Delambre, the site enjoys a pleasant view of the river. It stands at the gateway to La Défense, and is easily accessible by public transport a well as by car. It is connected to tramway line T2, at the exit of which users can take a bus directly to the building. The capital’s road network provides virtually immediate access to the A14, A15 and A86 motorways. 


Well-managed energy performance

The office complex is HQE® BBC certified and boasts annual energy consumption below 40 kw per square metre. GA has undertaken to guarantee a limit on consumption under an Energy Performance Contract. The Camille Doncieux building was built using the GA Group’s innovative know-how, including the assistance of Active Computer-Aided Management of Energy Efficiency (GAPÉO®). This technology combines the use of efficient equipment with computerized centralized technical management (CTM), which reduces the operating costs of buildings. Energy is thus consumed rationally, while guaranteeing great comfort and convenience. 


Know-how that respects new forms of work organization

The GA Group’s expertise is also found at different levels of the construction of the building. GA processes are employed in the air treatment modules and the triple glazed picture windows with integrated power-operated blinds. The building’s technical features all meet the standards of a new real estate programme: 18 m deep office plates, drop ceilings and technical floors, and 2.70 metre floor-to-ceiling height. 

Built to the standard of a 5th category publicly accessible building, which guarantees a high level of security, the Camille Doncieux building is open to receive the public.


Contact Victor Katchoura / Head of Programmes