The NOX group, in partnership with Ataub Architects, has won the tender for the transfer of all the buildings of the Banque de France, from the current site of Chamalières to Vic-le-Comte.
The “Banque de France” has a group of buildings covering 75,000 m², located in Chamalières (63), which accommodate printing businesses for bank notes, transporting cash, sorting and storage. Built in 1915, the site is no longer suited to the business.
It plans to transfer its business activities to a Vic-le-comte site (63) its subsidiary for printing is already located in Europafi. The aim of the business transfer is to create a state of the art business tool, grouping together printing and a French Trust company. Within the highly secured buildings, this new division will be based on the most productive industrial and logistic standards whilst also encouraging improved working conditions.
The industrial and tertiary transfer followed by accelerating productivity to reach industrial objectives are all part of the operation that NOX has been entrusted with. The building will be delivered entirely equipped and ready for operations.
Covering a total property surface area of 17 hectares, the new buildings will include: A 9,000 m² printing building, a 3,200 m² hub fiduciary, storage spaces of 2,600 m² and support spaces covering 1,900 m², reception and office areas covering 2,800 m² with social space and company restaurant on a surface area of 1,000 m².
This mission will be carried out with ATAUB Architects who will have the role of co-contractor. NOX Group will also work with Risk&Co, Xolf, Praxo, CDB Acoustique et Matris, as co-contractors. The financial envelope for the work to conduct is 120 Million Euros.
The group will ensure “space planning”, project management for demolition and removing asbestos, as well as complete project management for construction, logistics and processes, including industrial transfer, security, SSI coordination, ergonomics and acoustics, engineering for the restaurant part and compiling files for facilities requiring environmental impact assessment; and help with public discussions.
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