When it comes to energy consumption, the bigger the building, the higher the stakes.
That’s why Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes, owner and occupant of Lyon’s Incity Tower, tapped ENGIE. As the third-largest skyscraper in France, it was critical to adopt a design thinking approach, placing energy efficiency and quality of life at the core of the structure’s build.
To help Caisse d'Epargne Rhône Alpes design a bright future for Incity Tower, ENGIE implemented its BETTER Efficiency program and developed an integrated, cloud-based platform based on its BIM Life offer: The Building Lifetime Manager. Not only does the solution allow architects to optimize energy needs from the time of design, it also makes it possible to collect, centralize, structure, enhance, and visualize various data collected from throughout the 42,000 m² building over the course of its lifecycle. By combining a 3D digital model with dynamic 2D plans in real time, ENGIE delivered a reliable source of real-time data and an intelligent, fluid management tool.
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