A new life for the Jean-Bouin gymnasium in this Val-d’Oise town

A new life for the Jean-Bouin gymnasium in this Val-d’Oise town
A new life for the Jean-Bouin gymnasium in this Val-d’Oise town

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Daniel Chollet

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June 18, 2024 at 10:17 a.m.

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During a recent public meeting, Florence Portelli, mayor (Lr) of Taverny (Val-d’Oise), presented to representatives of Tabernacian associations and the Chabanne architectural firm “the new major project of this second term: the demolition/reconstruction of the Jean-Bouin sports complex”.

The equipment will accommodate two sports halls: one of more than 1,000 m2 and the other of 530 m2. ©© Chabanne architectural firm.

Over more than 3,000 m2 surface area, the future sports facility will accommodate two sports halls (one of more than 1,000 m2 and the other of 530 m2), a weight room, a meeting room, a restaurant, adapted changing rooms, etc.

“It will of course meet standards for people with reduced mobility and will include magnetic loops for people with disabilities: the visually impaired and the hearing impaired. This facility will notably accommodate our sports and leisure clubs, schools, without forgetting numerous official competitions, all in bright spaces adapted to everyone. »

Arrival of fencing in Taverny

The councilor also indicates that “fencing will make its debut in Taverny and will expand the range of activities offered by the dynamic associative life of our town. »

End of work in just under two years

The new construction will have solar panels, the roof will be green and rainwater, after collection, will be reused by municipal services. Demolition is announced for this summer and the (provisional) end of the work is set for April 2026.

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A cost of just over 10 million euros

At the stage of business consultation, the cost of the gymnasium, including studies, project management, project management fees, amounts to €10,029,940.13 including tax, with subsidies expected from the National Agency sport (for €270,000), the Île-de-France Region (for €1,050,000) and the Val-d’Oise Department (for €1,750,000).

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