Eiffage launches Sekoya, the first carbon & climate platform dedicated entirely to low-carbon materials and processes
Eiffage has made innovation and ecological transition two pillars of its strategic plan, and in partnership with the construction innovation specialist, Impulse Partners, is now rolling out Sekoya: a carbon & climate platform dedicated entirely to low-carbon materials and processes.
With climate change becoming a reality, Eiffage is committed to a low-carbon strategy. The Group intends to lead the way with its own emissions, but as a construction sector leader, also wants to support its customers in reducing their own carbon footprints, by developing alternative solutions
and incorporating these as fully as possible into its offers.
Sekoya will enable the formation of a low-carbon industry club, by making it easier to identify both new and existing solutions, and by encouraging interaction between all parties involved. Committed partners (startups, SMEs, major accounts, suppliers, financial institutions) and customers will be
able to discuss, document and promote low-carbon solutions. Once audited, these solutions will be available for use in tender proposals.
La méthode des ateliers « Wikibuilding Workshop » permet au commanditaire (collectivité locale, structure académique ou entreprise privée), d’acquérir rapidement des compétences en urbanisme collaboratif avec des perspectives d’applications directement opérationnelles.
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Collaborative urban planning workshop based on the Unlimited cities diy digital tool developed by UFO civic-tech
The “Wikibuilding Workshop” method allows the sponsor (local community, academic structure or private company) to quickly acquire collaborative urban planning skills with the prospect of direct operational applications.
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