Technicolor is building a technology campus in Rennes
In September, Technicolor is launching the construction of an 18,000 sq. metre technology campus on the extension to the Champs Blancs site belonging to Rennes Atalante.
It will transfer the work of its largest R&D centre in the world, already present on Rennes Atalante Beaulieu, to the new premises. Its researchers develop new technologies for the creation and management of, and access to, contents in the communications, media and entertainment sectors.
The campus, scheduled for completion by the end of 2012, was designed by the Parisian firm of architects, Christian Devillers, and it will be built by Ouest Tertiaire (Legendre Group). The buildings are modern in design and meet a twofold requirement – to stimulate team creativity and to comply with the HQE BBC standard (high environmental quality and low energy consumption building). By launching this project, Technicolor is strengthening its attachment to Rennes and confirming its determination to increase cooperation with the world of higher education.
Contact : Jean-Pierre Guillou - Tel. +33 (0)2 99 27 30 00SOURCE: Rennes Atalante