SAINT-GOBAINLes Miroirs18, avenue d'Alsace92400 CourbevoieFRANCE
#SaintGobain Sales for the first 9 months of 2016: Continued good organic growth, at 2.6% for the nine-month period https://t.co/J9bEVPCdSx
CA #SaintGoban des 9 premiers mois 2016: Maintien d’une bonne dynamique de croissance interne, +2,6% à fin septembre https://t.co/hp4ZUMUQbo
Découvrez la maison Saint-Gobain "Multi-Confort Sérénité", un habitat #intergénérationnel et évolutif #SaintGobain https://t.co/SzepXbNsIY
"Saint-Gobain lance le TripAdvisor des artisans du bâtiment" via @LesEchos https://t.co/3aiODJu1c6 @HY_actus @SgdbFrance
Saint-Gobain acquires France Pare-Brise, 2nd largest network in France for automotive glass repair and replacement https://t.co/kmC8spiwWI
Saint-Gobain rachète France Pare-Brise, n°2 en France pour le remplacement et la réparation de vitrage automobile https://t.co/IqP19VQ8bu
Employees at Saint-Gobain’s North American headquarters say they feel healthier and more energetic in a new open-plan office focused on green design
Employers, building owners, designers and developers throughout the world are showing that it pays to invest in greener offices that keep their occupants healthy and happy, a report from the World Green Building Council reveals.
Employees working in certified 'green' buildings are likely to have better cognitive abilities, fewer 'sick building' symptoms and higher sleep quality scores than those working in non-certified buildings, according to a new study conducted in the US. - edie news centre
Employees who work in certified green buildings have been found to have higher cognitive function scores, fewer sick building symptoms and higher sleep quality scores than those working in non-certified buildings, according to a new report from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and SUNY Upstate Medical University.