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.
The CSTB awaits you at BATIMAT, November 6-10, 2017
The CSTB awaits you at BATIMAT for a week of appointments, talks and demonstrations. CSTB experts will be present every day to inform and advise stakeholders in the building sector, with a focus on the major challenges facing the industry, and the CSTB’s specialist areas: digital technology, energy and environmental performance, innovation, health & comfort in buildings, materials and equipment, etc.
Activity report 2015: challenges and advances of the CSTB
Anticipating the challenges of the future brought by the digital and energy transition, guiding innovative companies with their projects and supporting the improvement of quality in construction: the CSTB is continuing to pursue its policy of openness and modernization to durably improve the living environment of all.
The CSTB wishes you a Happy New Year 2016
As stakeholders in the energy and digital transition, we all strive to improve energy performance, develop renewable energies, create sustainable cities, innovate with digital tools and design and build with BIM. The CSTB is here to guide you in creating the sustainable city. Happy New Year 2016!
Sylvia Pinel at the CSTB stand at Batimat 2015
Tuesday, November 3, Sylvia Pinel, Minister for Housing, Regional Equality and Rural Affairs, inaugurated the Mondial du Bâtiment exhibition and visited the CSTB stand in the presence of Etienne Crépon, President of the CSTB, Bruno Léchevin, President of the ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency), Patrick Liébus, President of the Confederation of Craftsmen and Small Builders (CAPEB), Jacques Chanut, President of the French Building Federation (FFB) and President of three national plans: PACTE (construction quality), PTNB (digital transition) and PRDA (asbestos).