According to EIB website, the project concerns the demolition, construction, reconstruction, extension and renovation of lower secondary schools (first cycle of second level studies) in the Department of Meurthe-et-Moselle in France. The project is part of the New Generations Plan (PCNG), the multi-year construction and renovation program of the department. The objectives of the CPNG are the modernization and consolidation of the educational heritage and the realization of the 2012 Thermal Regulation, which leads to significant investments in the reduction of energy consumption. The project focuses on energy efficiency within the framework of the CPNP. The project integrates 27 investment operations including:6 buildings have nine of colleges; 3 heavy extensions and restructuring of colleges; 3 heavy college restructuring; and 15 renovations of colleges or various improvements
The purpose of the project is the construction, reconstruction, extension and renovation of colleges. The investments are aimed at: (i) increasing the capacity to cope with population growth; (ii) adapting infrastructures to new technologies; (iii) improve the accessibility of colleges to persons with disabilities; and (iv) improve the energy efficiency of buildings.
Further, it will be ensured that this project is implemented in compliance with the EU legislation in terms of environmental and social aspects.
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