CAHORS provides MV equipment for the "M2 Tower"
Context and customer requierement
Measuring 165m tall, the M2 Tower will host the future headquarters of St Gobain in Courbevoie by 2019-2020. Designed by the Valode et Pistre architectural firm, this 38-floor glass tower will showcase the group’s international reach and its expertise. Future-focused and featuring sustainable design, the building will comply with applicable environmental standards. Each section will feature a garden, designed to bring well-being and greenery to the building’s occupants. In this context, ENGIE ordered CAHORS to provide Medium Voltage equipment.
- 11 HV/LV transformers and 1 dry-type zero sequence generator due to it being a high-rise building
- 1 HVA supply substation, type: Grany
- 1 HVA substation power unit, type: Grany
- 3 HVA transformer substations, type: Grany
ENGIE chose CAHORS because the company was looking for a reliable partner capable of working with all of the site’s medium voltage equipment within a very short turnaround time.