Electromagnetic Waves in Schools: Results of the Report Issued by the CSTB
The CSTB was commissioned by the Ministry of the Environment to carry out a campaign to measure electromagnetic waves in French schools. This investigation was part of a national program to monitor and measure people’s exposure to electromagnetic waves in public places.
Meet the CSTB at Equipbaie 2018
The CSTB guides industry stakeholders as they mobilize for the quality, sustainability and comfort of buildings. From November 20th to 23rd, experts from the CSTB's Windows & Glazing as well as Safety, Structures & Fire Performance departments will be at the Equipbaie international trade fair in Paris, at Porte de Versailles.
CDC Habitat and the CSTB are combining their expertise in housing
On the occasion of the 79th HLM (rent-controlled housing) Congress of the Union Sociale de l'Habitat (USH), on Tuesday, October 9 in Marseille, CDC Habitat, a real estate subsidiary of the Caisse des dépôts, and the Scientific and Technical Center for Building (CSTB), have initiated a Research & Development partnership focusing on housing.
Behind the scenes at the Silver BIM Awards 2018: the Jardins de l'Arche Tower in La Défense with the CSTB
The winner of the Silver BIM Award 2018, the Jardins de l'Arche tower in La Défense, will feature three hotels, offices and an observation platform at the top, by 2022. With its 54 floors, standing 200 meters high, this project won in the category of new construction projects with an area of more than 40,000 square meters.
PULSE at Eurosense 2018: taste innovation!
Appreciating the subtle sensory characteristics of a food, textile or public space means getting a better understanding of user perceptions of a product or ambient conditions, to improve the quality of the offering and provide a unique experience.
Building higher on the shores of the Mediterranean: requirements for stability and comfort
The weather conditions on the Mediterranean coast, characterized by winds from the sea and land, must be considered during construction. The CSTB assisted in designing the 100-meter high towers for housing units, offices and services on a coveted shoreline where land is scarce.