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Saint-Gobain, the worldwide leader for Habitat, which accounts for more than 70% of its sales – mainly for new residential construction and renovation – Saint-Gobain is also very active on industrial markets. The Group provides its expertise in the areas of innovation and co-development through a wide range of high-performance materials for demanding applications in diverse segments, such as the automotive, aeronautical, health, defense, security, and even the food & beverage industries.

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Case Studies

Graham HQ

GRAHAM commissioned BDP to design a sustainable new headquarters that demonstrates their commitment to sustainable construction for all their clients.

The requirement was for a building that demonstrated that sustainable construction could be achieved within normal cost limits and that naturally ventilated offices could offer internal conditions that were superior to those found in air conditioned offices.

The Holden PassivHaus, Tullow

The Holden House is a 4 bedroom family home that achieved PassivHaus standards with the help of Gyproc and Isover Ireland products and support.

The Holden House was an innovative design project involving the construction of a highly energy efficient passive house. The 4 bedroom family home required high levels of technical skill and knowledge regarding the detail within the construction in order to optimise the energy efficiency of the house. The 298 square metre home required specific functions in its design: a bedroom area, a traditional farm house style kitchen, a large family room, and a large garage. Combining Gyproc and Isover products enabled the Holden House to achieve PassivHaus standards of high levels of both airtightness and thermal performance, while still meeting design specifications

Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

During the three years of construction, more than 10,400 men and women were involved in the project and more than 1,000 new jobs have been created with the opening of the new terminal.

Construction began on the new 100,000sq.m Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport in Jan 2008 and was officially opened in November 2010. The design brief was to construct a state of the art new terminus as the existing terminal was deemed to be incapable of dealing with the increase in passenger numbers and had severe congestion issues.

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