Coronavirus health crisis, the CSTB and its teams are mobilized to ensure the continuity of our services to all clients and partners
Under these exceptional circumstances, our priority is to prevent further risk for the people around us and with whom we work: nearly 1 000 employees of the CSTB and its subsidiaries, 6 000 clients and partners, 2 500 suppliers and sub-contractors. We shall all comply fully with the measures announced by the President of France.
CNRS and the CSTB are forging a 5-year interdisciplinary research partnership
On March 5, Antoine Petit, CEO of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and Étienne Crépon, president of the Scientific and Technical Center for Building (CSTB), signed a framework agreement for research.
Industrial club Sekoya unveils the winners of its first call for solutions on the Sekoya carbon & climate platform
Following the launch of the Sekoya platform, devoted to low-carbon materials and procedures, Eiffage and Impulse Partners, the construction-sector innovation specialist, gathered with project participants to announce the results of this first call for solutions.
SIMI 2019: The CSTB Group guides you in all phases of your construction or urban development
Risk mitigation, environmental requirements, usability and comfort in buildings and the city. To address these challenges, the CSTB Group assists you in your construction and development projects starting at the design phase.
Inauguration of a French garden designed by the CSTB as part of the Sino-French Eco-cities partnership
At the invitation of the 2nd Horticultural Show of Hubei Province, a garden designed in the French style by the CSTB was inaugurated on September 28, 2019, in Jingzhou, China, in the presence of Rudolph Girault, representative of the General Consulate of France in Wuhan.
Beijing, 2019 – Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD)
A French delegation led by Jean-Philippe Dufour, advisor for sustainable development, energy and transport at the Embassy of France in Beijing, met with Qiu Baoxing, president of the Chinese Society for Urban Studies (CSUS), counselor of state and former vice minister of housing.