Enabling the construction of an avant-garde complex integrating two towers into a project of ecological excellence? Creating a 117-metre high tower that looks like a vertical forest? For us at NFIC, this is exactly the kind of challenge we thrive on: giving shape to ideas whose constraints seem insurmountable at first. Discover the next technical challenges that we will be orchestrating.
Imagine a sustainable complex integrating two astonishing towers of 19 and 24 floors respectively. This future eco-district aims to meet the criteria of a particularly demanding environmental certification: the Minergie-Eco label. Each building will be energy self-sufficient. With a planned budget of 200 million Swiss francs, the five buildings of Malley-Central will include 200 apartments, offices and shops. Managed by CFF Immobilier, these buildings only a few minutes from the centre of Lausanne are destined to become an attractive location for visitors, shoppers and residents alike.
Located in Chavannes-près-Renens, this neighbourhood will feature a tower covered in vegetation. Named “Les terrasses des Cèdres” and providing 195 apartments, the object is designed by the Milanese architect Stefano Boeri and built in a consortium with Ingeni SA in Lausanne. Its particularity? 80 trees and nearly 3000 m2 of shrubs and plants will enliven the facades of this contemporary-style building. The total budget amounts to 200 million Swiss francs.
To mark its 25th anniversary in style, NFIC is celebrating with three very tall candles! The engineering company concludes the year by winning two daring projects including three emblematic towers.
The entire NFIC team was in China for a team-building event like no other.
Several of our employees participated in the 49th New York City Marathon in November 2019.
After being unveiled in Basel, the giant pencil made by NFIC was installed as a venue for concerts and performances in the heart of Zurich.
Congratulations to Loïc Devenoge and Noah Luinetti, who successfully obtained their CFC qualification in civil draughting.
New system uses floor vibrations to detect building occupants
Our firm is through to the second round of the competition organised by the City of Geneva.
NFIC is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. A quarter of a century dedicated to pushing the boundaries with imagination.