The Collège Revaison is the second secondary-level school in France to be built off-site. This work is part of a framework agreement concluded with the Métropole de Lyon for the construction of modular wooden buildings.
With an area of 7,650 m2, the Collège Revaison consists of 3 buildings intended to accommodate 750 students in 32 classrooms. In total, 90% of the establishment was built in wood, of which 50% was in modular wood.
To complete this project, Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, partnered with Ossabois, a specialist in off-site wood construction. The 100 wooden modules and 4,300 m2 of walls and floors that make up the school were manufactured in the Loire, before being assembled directly on-site at Saint-Priest. This innovative, industrialised construction process is part of an environmentally-friendly approach and is a credible alternative to concrete, to combat greenhouse gas emissions.
of the establishment was built in wood, of which 50% was in modular wood
school in France built off-site in wood