Goyer is placed among the European leaders of the facade; as such, we owe it to ourselves to innovate, to bring new solutions to our partner-customers, and to be not only efficient but also exemplary.
The envelope plays an important role in controlling the energy consumption of buildings, energy sobriety objectives that may conflict with architectural wishes or user comfort criteria (eg natural light).
The facades of tertiary buildings are mainly made of glass and aluminum; these materials, which mobilize a large share of energy and primary resources, also have significant recycling potential.
Goyer, being a player in the entire value chain from design to implementation, has the ability to provide solutions and measure their impacts to develop facades combining energy performance, reduced carbon impact and controlled costs.
Axis 1 : Reduction of internal carbon footprint
Monitoring building consumption Monitoring CO2 emissions of the vehicle fleet Monitoring waste management
Waste management and the recycling of noble materials are already in place: by emphasizing monitoring by project and by working with our suppliers on the life cycle of materials, the objective being to significantly increase the recovery of waste
Axis 2 : Offer "low carbon" solutions
Monitoring of "low carbon" proposals in the commercial phase Calculation of carbon impact (FDES type)
In 2020, GOYER developed a G + C– carbon footprint calculator in order to: measure the carbon footprint of each Goyer product, for each project, from quantified data and quantities available from the price study software . to be able to inform our partner-clients about the specific carbon footprint of their project facades, to assess the proposed alternatives. to prepare specific FDES.
Axis 3 : Maintain a watch and be proactive
Launch one R&D project per year Monitor the R&D budget for projects reducing the carbon footprint
Goyer intends to call for projects with other players (service providers, suppliers or others) for the development of an “ideal facade” (balance between energy performance and natural light, reversibility, ease of reuse / deconstruction, etc).