18 June, 2013

The future Conseil général building entrusted to an Angers architect : roll on 2015!

The jury set up by the Conseil général de Maine-et-Loire about the project of a new building for that authority choose the angevin architect Frédéric Rolland. Mr Rolland, even selected after an unanimous vote inside the jury is not yet officially entrusted with the scheme. Such a decision should be passed on soon by the Conseil général members themselves but there is no doubt that those will confirm the stance of the jury.

Frédéric Rolland is a famous architect in Angers where he already realized numerous buildings like the Ecole supérieure d'électronique de l'Ouest recently inaugurated and the headquarter of the Ecole supérieure des sciences commerciales d'Angers or the Biopole. His cabinet is also involved in numerous project in China regarding stadiums and hotels.

Credit Pictures: Sodemel
The project of the Conseil général, once erected, will dramatically change the aspect of the Foch boulevard. The building will have six floors and will be located at the corner of the Foch boulevard and Saint-Aubin street. It was visible during the last few weeks among others in the Saint-Martin collegiat church where a exhibition took place an attracted numerous people. The construction itself is planned at the autumn 2013 and should be delivered at the end of 2015. The name of its first occupant, the president of the Conseil général, will not be known before the municipal elections next spring.

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