Thanks to Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France and Bouygues Energies & Services, the piscine des Amiraux is back to its original glory. Built in the 1930s and classified as a historical monument, the pool was dreamed up by architect Henri Sauvage. Now it has been fully renovated and enhanced to incorporate modern-day usages while preserving its historical legacy.
The execution of this project consisted of bringing the building up to technical and accessibility standards and remodelling the reception areas, changing rooms, lavatories, and showers. A new heating process was developed, the glass ceiling was faithfully recreated, and the floor and wall coverings were restored to their original condition.
Finally, the centrepiece of the building, the 30- by 10-metre pool, was also demolished and rebuilt just the way it was originally, with all of the original construction details.
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