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This project, designed by Cuadra and carried out on behalf of Seine Ouest Habitat et Patrimoine, provides tenants with a better living environment and reduced energy consumption.
Works were carried out on the building shell (exterior thermal insulation, cladding, replacement of external joinery, and full renovation of the air and watertightness), and involved the renovation of common areas and the housing units' interiors (removal of asbestos, renovation of bathrooms, upgrading electrical systems, installation of a mechanical ventilation system, the removal of gas boilers, etc.).
Residents' comfort has also been improved through the creation of 4 lift shafts outside the buildings, and the creation of a collective boiler room for domestic hot water and heating needs.
Outside, a rubbish and recycling sorting area was created, the markings in the car park were renewed, and the residence was made safer (replacement of the gates, the fence, etc.).
This project has been granted the BBC Rénovation label.
During the works, the teams used WIZZCAD to carry out the inventory of fixtures, pre-acceptance operations, resolution of reservations, and performance checks. With a module specifically designed for tenants to consult documents, report malfunctions, or confirm appointments, the work went very smoothly.
For the plumbing and tiling work in the homes, a detailed list of the materials needed for each room was been drawn up and a supply shop for distribution was set up to ensure better and faster production.
Works Team: Medhi Jaouher, Julien Rigaud, Sarra Moujahid, Hassan Agaouez, Nawfel Rahhal,  El Hassan Abbaoui, Rémi Delfosse


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