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Award-winning Fayat Metal at Steel.In 2018:


Steel.In 2018

For four years, the Steel.In, otherwise known as the "Eiffel Steel Architecture Trophies", have been held. These awards help to make known various and significant architectural works, made in whole or in part thanks to the steel material. The Eiffel trophies are a distinction of national stature, awarded by an independent jury, to works built in France, designed by architects without nationality restrictions. These awards are part of a promotion of metal architecture and its designers, architects and engineers. They also have the ambition to highlight the know-how of metal construction and metalworking companies and all the qualities of the steel material. Each project can claim a prize if it corresponds to one of the following categories: Crossing, Living, Working, Learning, Entertaining or Traveling.

Our fabulous teams :

On October 3, Vilquin in association with Castel Alu and Viry were awarded for ENSAE Paristech in the Learning category. After having been installed for a long time in the heart of Paris, the National School of Statistics and Economic Administration and its 900 students join the Saclay Plateau, a pole dedicated to higher education and high-level research. The building is both a place open to nature, welcoming and urban while taking the form of the cloister concept of interior landscape. ACML was also awarded in the Crossing category with their bridge named A trait in the Landscape. This bridge can be admired in Saint-Omer in the Pas-de-Calais area. Finally Vilquin was also awarded in the category Living for the Gambetta project in Nantes.

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