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Ongoing | Saint Denis Pleyel Station

Owner: Société du Grand Paris

Client: BESIX

Architects: Kengo Kuma

Location: Paris, France

Status: In progress. Completion 2024

Area: 50.000 m² (9 floors)

Linear meters:  35.000 m lineales of wooden slats

BESIX France is building the Saint-Denis Pleyel station in Paris, part of the new rapid transit lines Grand Paris Express, being built in the Île-de-France region of France. The Saint-Denis Pleyel station, designed by architect Kengo Kuma, will be the main communication hub for the North of Paris, handling 250,000 passengers a day and interconnecting lines 14, 15, 16 and 17.

For this project, Frapont will be installing 13,000m2 of acoustic ceiling, with steel structure, acoustic panels and more than 35,000m linear meters of decorative three-ply timber slats. A big project, where supply of material, logistic and installation are the main challenges.

The opening is scheduled for the opening of the Olympic Games in 2024.

Société du Grand Paris video

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