The National Veterinarian School of Alfort decides the construction of a new building including biological hazard activities : autopsies, dissections and diagnosis.

Under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Agri-foodstuff and Forest, the ENVA ensures, as an institution of higher education, the teaching of veterinary disciplines and research in this area.

The operation consisted of the construction of a biological hazard building  which will allow to develop one of the most important pet clinics in Europe.

The grouping of all activities presenting a biological risk in the same area will create a new dynamic in the clinical field and will strengthen the international reputation of the venerable School of Alfort, which is the oldest in the world.

Client

National Veterinary School of Alfort

Project Dates

2011

Partners

D.A Architectes

Project Figures

Amount of works:

11,070,000 €