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Friday October 2nd, 2015

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Building in wood: a modular school in Clisson

We’ve done it – Clisson College has experienced its first ‘back to school’: it now has 320 students! What is so special about this establishment? It was built using an innovative technique: modular construction. Presentation of this sustainable building, delivered in just a year. An innovative building The interesting aspect of modular construction for Clisson […]

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