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Environmental standards

  • SPIE helps build Crédit Agricole's new regional head office in Le Mans | SPIE

    For Crédit Agricole Anjou Maine, this new head office in Le Mans ' University district is a chance to embrace the latest energy saving technology and design a building that meets French HQE (High Environmental Quality) standard. With over 10 000 m2 of space, the new building will house four floors of offices, a local branch of the bank and a conference hall, as well as a restaurant which will be open to staff from other companies
  • SPIE Develops Unique Engineering Solution for the Shell Centre; Protecting the River Thames Aquatic life | SPIE

    This involved developing a unique filtration and pumping system with very high-quality engineering standards made to SPIE's specifications and designs... All solutions had to be inspected by the UK Environmental Agency, which confirmed its agreement to SPIE's distinctive solution. Darryl Clifton Dey, Senior Technical Specialist, from the UK Environmental Agency, commented, We were extremely impressed with SPIE's professional approach to the works and the innovative solution they delivered in a difficult situation
  • SPIE selected by Befimmo to renovate the "Brederode Corner" building | SPIE

    SPIE Belgium's works at Brederode Corner must meet BREEAM standards. This reference system is the most widely used to evaluate the environmental performance of office buildings... To overcome this challenge, SPIE works alongside its clients and deploys its teams on all technical aspects, including environmental performance and data management, she explains
  • Corporate social responsibility: SPIE placed in the top 1% of the 2017 EcoVadis ratings | SPIE

    The 21 extremely demanding assessment criteria imposed by EcoVadis are based on international sustainable development standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative, the ISO 26000 standard and the UN Global Compact. While SPIE's performance from an environmental perspective remains excellent in 2017, the recent ranking has in particular highlighted the substantial efforts made to increase the Group's commitment to social matters
  • Ecovadis 2018 ratings: SPIE once again in the top 1% of the most sustainable companies | SPIE

    Since 2010, the Group's score has continued to improve across the 21 environmental, social, ethical and sustainable purchasing evaluation criteria... As the world's leading platform that takes account of responsibility commitments in the customer / supplier relationship, EcoVadis has been tasked with evaluating SPIE's CSR policy since 2010. The extremely demanding scoring criteria imposed by EcoVadis are based on international sustainable development standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative, the ISO 26000 standard and the UN Global Compact
  • Expert opinion - Smart buildings: a rapidly evolving ecosystem | SPIE

    The stated objective is to have a property portfolio for which all of the buildings have been renovated in accordance with 'the low-energy building ' standards or similar by)2050 (1 There is therefore an obligation to reduce the energy consumption of commercial buildings by at least 60 % by 2050 when compared with 2010