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The University of Bordeaux has a property investment policy for the next 20 to 30 years aimed at accompanying its transformation, reinforcing the attractiveness of its campus sites, contributing to the improvement of living and working conditions, and lowering the carbon footprint of its buildings.
The multi-annual property strategy plan defines the strategic directions and operational objectives in the short, mid and long term (20 years). The challenge is to accompany the University of Bordeaux's development and transformation. The objectives of this ambitious property strategy are:
The University is involved in rational water management and greenhouse gas reduction as part of its building transformation project. The objective of the Water/Energy Sobriety plan is based on 3 challenges:
Improvement of the internal organisation of establishments
Monitoring and follow-up of water/energy consumption
Raising user awareness
Improvement of buildings and their technical equipment/systems
Use of local renewable energy resources (EnR)
Long-term running of the approach
Preparation of an overall sustainable development approach
Within the framework of the France Recovery Plan (France Relance > in French) launched by the government, the University of Bordeaux has been allocated a total amount of 51.3 million euros in funding for the energy renovation of approximately forty projects across all the different university sites to improve working and studying conditions.
A few examples of works planned: renovation and installation of air conditioning, ventilation and heating systems; renewal of interior and exterior lighting equipment; insulation of building envelopes and joinery; accessibility for persons with reduced mobility (PRM); fire safety.
across the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region
This 3-year plan is accelerating the University of Bordeaux's environmental and energy transition strategy.
In 2008, the University of Bordeaux received approximately 600 million euros in funding (450 million euros for investment and 150 million euros for maintenance/renewal major upkeep), as part of Opération Campus. The Bordeaux project was among the top 6 selected in 2008, by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
Bordeaux Opération Campus has taken the form of a property development project and the development of outdoor areas on the campus grounds.
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located all across the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region