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Re-opening of the Deutsche Bank towers in Frankfurt


After a three-year renovation period, the two 155-metre-high Deutsche Bank towers in Frankfurt, Germany were officially re-opened February 24, 2011.
Deutsche Bank used the renovation of the towers to implement many innovative and progressive ideas, primarily in the field of ecology. For example, the bank has cut down on its energy supply by a half, water consumption by over 70 percent and CO2 emissions by almost 90 percent, making the new towers one of the most eco-friendly high-rise buildings in the world.
The towers were awarded the highest possible certifications of LEED Platinum and DGNB Gold for their resource and energy efficiency.

The firm Imtech solicited the services of Hagemeyer Deutschland, German subsidiary of the Rexel Group to complete the project. For two years, they have delivered over 1,000 kilometres of cabling and a large amount of electrical equipment in tight deadlines and conditions.

Throughout the world, the Rexel Group participates in many Energy Efficiency building constructions or renovations. Recent achievements include: Kyoto High School in Poitiers, France, first “100% clean energy” high school in Europe, West Quay parking in Southampton, United Kingdom, for its complete lighting renovation.

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