At the winners' unveiling event held on June 22, the final jury and public votes chose two winners, F-Reg and UpFactor. Two solutions were chosen as favorites: Faiseurs de Terres and Terra Innova.
Adaptation of infrastructures and buildings to their territories
Today's buildings must conform to the changes in the territories so as not to radically transform their appearance but rather to adapt to environmental constraints and landscapes. It is now a question of thinking of buildings and engineering structures not only as respecting biodiversity but also as places that are conducive to the development of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
From the subsoil with the water table to air quality, via the foundations and soils, whose regeneration is a major challenge, the buildings of tomorrow will have to preserve life. It is also essential to increase the resilience of buildings to all types of risks and unpredictable phenomena linked to the territory and the climate. In this perspective, innovative solutions and management and measurement tools must be sought and integrated into future projects in order to shape buildings, whether new or old, in the image of their territory.
6 main themes have been chosen by SEKOYA partners for this fourth call for solutions:
HOW DOES SEKOYA WORK?
The Carbon & Climate platform seeks to identify and qualify innovative, sustainable and low-carbon solutions through an online application process. Eiffage and its partners will qualify the most effective solutions (via a carbon footprint statement and a life cycle analysis) with a potential to contribute to a more frugal construction.
The platform is technically operated and hosted by the Impulse Labs accelerator, an actor experienced in identifying innovative solutions since its creation.
FOCUS ON CARBON & CLIMATE ISSUES:
New Forms of Mobility
Biodiversity and Ecological Engineering
Low-carbon Design and Implementation
Methods and Tools
Renewable Energies and Energetic Performance