Glass inspection group Tiama has moved into its new 8800m2 headquarters.
The Core is based in Saint-Genis-Laval, located about 10km from Lyon, and has brought together its two French facilities that were situated in Vourles.
The building was designed by Z Architecture and built by Groupe Cardinal. It gathers all the new environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) criteria through the BREEAM ‘very good’ level of certification.
The premises are also meant to improve the customer experience through:
- A larger Tiama Training Academy showroom
- The availability of all its machine range and an interactive room for customers’ training
- Comfortable rooms and equipment exclusively dedicated to customers
The whole The Core project was conceived to place collaboration and exchange at the heart of Tiama’s way of working.
The current demands of the labour market are now taken into account in the new offices with a modular, reversible, environmentally friendly building.
All together it strengthens teamwork and employee’s well-being.
Tiama said the headquarters will support its steady growth and confirms the European hub position for all its entities.
It is fully in line with Tiama’s overall strategy to continue to develop innovation through data exploitation, agile method and a creativity boosting approach.