Made up of 98 wooden modules, the high school in Clisson uses innovative construction processes. Entirely designed and built in workshops using the Lean Management method, the modules were transported to the site and then assembled to form the building. In addition to simplifying construction processes, this technique enabled time and money to be saved, as well as reducing the site’s environmental impact. The project includes an environmental approach with an RT 2012 performance objective of -10%.
assembled in 12 months