Martine Vassall unveils a new kidney for Porte du Bock – Espace Press

During a public meeting organized on Tuesday evening by the municipality of Porte-du-Bouc, the services of the Bouches-du-Rhône administration presented the project of the future Paul Eluard College, the largest, most modern and ideal in terms of ‘environment’.

It is a reconstruction transferred from Paul-Eluard College. A new college is coming soon to respond to the evolving demographics of the city. Located not far from the current site, the future college will be able to accommodate 728 students, including 500 male and female students, and will have a multi-purpose room, sports area, 44 parking spaces and 5 staff accommodations.

The investment for the construction of this future college is estimated at 24.3 million euros, fully funded by the department. Work is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2024, with estimated delivery in the first quarter of 2026.

This operation is part of the Charlemagne Plan that has been deployed since 2017 by the administration to meet the needs of students and families and to provide the best possible work environment for middle school students and the educational community.

With the same requirements as the brand new middle school in Lançon Provence, designed by Rudy Ricciotti and open for the start of the 2022 academic year, the future middle school in Porte du Bock (visuals on page 2 of the attached press launch) sets an example in environmental matters, with photovoltaic panels on the roofs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions thanks to a wood-fired boiler or the use of low-carbon concrete and bio-sourced materials. Architects Marjan Hessamfar and Joe Vérons, authors of the project, wanted to respect the wonderful botanical heritage of the site and wanted to make this new establishment a model in terms of sobriety, energy efficiency and carbon footprint. Their project also pays special attention to researching an internal environment designed to ensure the well-being and health of students. It takes into account air quality and indoor pollution and provides optimal acoustic and visual comfort.

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About Martine Vassal, President of the Bouches-du-Rhône Provincial Council: “ With the Plan of Charlemagne, the ministry works for the future of the Provence and their children. Stone by stone, project after project, as here in Port-de-Bouc, we are building another area for posterity. “.

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