As stated by the EIB, the project involves the construction, extension or renovation of lower secondary schools and related educational infrastructure under the responsibility of the French department of Charente-Maritime. It also includes cross-cutting components such as digital transformation, accessibility, improvement of school grounds and sanitary facilities, and the installation of photovoltaic panels.
The main aim of the project is to modernize and improve the infrastructure of the Charente-Maritime department's middle schools. The project aims to adapt the school offer to changes in local demand, invest in the modernization of digital infrastructures and equipment, facilitate the use of sanitary facilities and improve the layout of living spaces, reinforce the resilience of infrastructures to the risks of climate change and improve the energy efficiency of the Département's school estate. Finally, the project will improve the infrastructure of the engineering school in La Rochelle and of an aeronautical museum frequented by schoolchildren as part of the cultural education program.
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