Today's building professionals are facing many new challenges: complying with new thermal regulations, being more environmentally friendly or lowering construction costs. As a result, building materials are constantly evolving, improving and innovating to meet new energy efficiency challenges. In addition, tertiary buildings must also adapt to the new ways of working and be a vector of well-being for users, which increasingly structures the construction and renovation of these buildings, including the materials used.
How building materials become a constituent element of well-being at work? Building materials regulations bring out innovations Thermal and energy regulations, supplemented by the ELAN law and the carbon tax, contribute to shaping an increasingly restrictive regulatory context (...)