Saint-Gobain Overview Presentation

Report
Saint-Gobain 2015
Overview presentation
Outline Agenda
Introduction to the Saint-Gobain Group
Introduction to Saint-Gobain in the UK & Ireland
Our Habitat Strategy & Case Studies
Introduction to
the Saint-Gobain Group
Operations in
Doubled in size in
Saint-Gobain
One of the world’s
TOP 100
20
Years
64
countries
leading industrial corporations
Among the
2013
€bn
Sales
42.0
Recurring net income
1.0
Capital expenditure
1.4
Free cash flow
1.2
50
largest employers
Nearly
190,000
Employees
€42bnSales
Proud of our history
1688
17th
Century
Invention of the
process of glass
poured on a table,
Saint-Gobain
becomes the
undeniable leader
Louis XIV and
Colbert decide
on an economic
recovery plan for
France
1970
TODAY
Merger between
Pont-à-Mousson
and Saint-Gobain
Saint-Gobain
focuses its strategy
on Habitat
1700
1665
1850 - 1900
1970 - 2007
Saint-Gobain is
established
New markets and
new products
appear, making
Saint-Gobain a
diversified group
Refocus on
materials with a
high technological
content and entry
into building
distribution and
plasterboard
Creation of the
Manufacture royale
des glaces
Saint-Gobain Strategy
Saint-Gobain Mission
Saint-Gobain creates and delivers innovative and high performance
solutions to enhance our habitat and our daily life
Saint-Gobain Vision
Saint-Gobain aspires to be THE reference for Sustainable Habitat
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes building materials for professional customers to
build and renovate buildings that are energy efficient, comfortable, healthy and aesthetically superior,
while at the same time protecting natural resources. Innovation is an integral part of the Group’s
sustainable habitat strategy.
Research and Development
8
Major Strategic
Projects in:
7 Main R&D Centres
Energy efficiency &
environmental impact
of processes
3700 employees
€400m spend on R&D annually
Lighting
Intelligent cells
Fuel cells
Nearly 400 patents filed in 2013
=
1 in 4 Saint-Gobain products
sold today was developed
in the last 5 years
12 research centres and
about 100 development
units worldwide
Functional flexible
substrate
External Wall
Insulation systems
High performance
Solar solutions
An increasingly international company
Saint-Gobain in 1904
Saint-Gobain in 1980
Saint-Gobain in 2011
Saint-Gobain an international group
OTHER WESTERN
EUROPE
Germany 10%
Scandinavia 11%
United Kingdom 9%
Spain-Portugal 3%
NORTH AMERICA
14%
ASIA & EMERGING
COUNTRIES
Latin America 7.5%
Asia 5.5%
Eastern Europe 4.5%
Africa & M.E. 1.5%
40%
19%
27%
FRANCE
Saint-Gobain’s sectors
Building Distribution
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Flat Glass
•
No. 2 worldwide bottles and jars
•
No. 1 in Europe
•
Operations in 14 countries
No. 1 worldwide in plasterboard
and plaster
•
No. 2 worldwide
•
14,000 employees
•
Operations in 42 countries
•
Over 32,000 employees
•
High-Performance
•
Materials
•
No. 1 worldwide
•
Operations in 42 countries
•
More than 26,000 employees
•
No. 1 in Europe in plumbing,
heating, and sanitary ware
products
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No. 1 worldwide in insulation
Operations in 27 countries
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No. 1 in Europe for wall facings
Over 64,000 employees
•
No. 1 worldwide for tile
adhesives
•
Packaging Verallia
No. 1 worldwide in ductile
cast iron pipe
No. 1 in Europe building
materials distribution network
•
Innovative Materials
Construction Products
No. 2 in the United States
in siding products
•
Manufacturing operations
in 55 countries
•
Nearly 47,000 employees
45%
25%
21%
9%
of 2013 consolidated net sales
of 2013 consolidated net sales
of 2013 consolidated net sales
of 2013 consolidated net sales
An introduction to Saint-Gobain
in the UK & Ireland, 2014
16,000+
400,000
Employees
Products
80
Manufacturing
Plants
1000+
30+
Distribution Sites
Businesses
€3.2bn
Sales
UK & Ireland: 3 sectors are present
Building Distribution
Construction Products
Innovative Materials
•
No. 1 in Europe building
materials distribution network
•
No. 1 worldwide in ductile cast
iron pipe
Flat Glass
No. 1 in Europe
No. 1 in Europe in plumbing,
heating and
sanitary ware products
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No. 1 worldwide in plasterboard
& plaster
•
No. 2 worldwide
•
No.1 worldwide in insulation
•
No. 1 in Europe for
wall facings
•
No. 1 in worldwide for adhesives
High-Performance Materials
•
No. 1 worldwide
76%
17%
7%
of 2013 consolidated net sales
of 2013 consolidated net sales
of 2013 consolidated net sales
Building Distribution Fact File
11,800 people
Construction Products Fact File
2,470 people
Innovative Materials Fact File
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*Saint-Gobain Glass
*Saint-Gobain Abrasives
*Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
*Saint-Gobain Ceramics
1,665 people
Committed to Sustainable Development
We are commited to Sustainable Development and being open and transparent about our
progress: good and bad. Our CSR Strategy is based on five areas:
Our 2013 CSR Review
Theme: Transforming Sustainable Construction: reviewing 2013 performance
Includes un-edited feedback from our external Advisory Panel, established in 2013
Data and performance
Aggregated performance in key areas of strategy and impact:
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Timber sourcing
Waste [production]
Training
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Energy/Carbon
Eco-Innovation
Water [discharge and withdrawal]
Learn more
Go online to find out more…
To download or read visit:
www.saint-gobain.co.uk,
or www.sustainable.saintgobain.com
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Energy/Carbon
Eco-Innovation
Water [discharge and withdrawal]
Saint-Gobain Innovation Centre
95 Great Portland Street, London
Opened in March 2013
A commitment to our vision for collaboration
to achieve a more sustainable built environment
One of the UK’s and Europe’s Top Employers 2014
Awarded to organisations that meet the top standards in HR
management
Awarded to Saint-Gobain in the UK and Saint-Gobain Group in
March 2014
Saint-Gobain also recognised as a Top Employer in France,
Germany, Italy & Poland
Together Charity Partnership
Our unique ‘together’ charity programme brings together
employees, customers and suppliers
Since 2002 it has raised over £2 million for charities
including: Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation
and Barnardo’s
Our 2014/2015 partners are Macmillan Cancer Support and
the Irish Cancer Society
Our Habitat Strategy
2014
A unique capability to provide
An unparalleled breadth
products and solutions for
and depth
of network
industry
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*Saint-Gobain
*Saint-Gobain
*Saint-Gobain
*Saint-Gobain
Glass
Abrasives
Performance Plastics
Ceramics
Training & Skills development
A network of 6 Technical
Academies across the UK
& Ireland providing
training on new
technologies and systems
Courses scheduled in-line
with customer demand and
changes to legislation,
product and market drivers
Training for up to 60 delegates
a day is provided by specialist
training companies and
manufacturers
Over 70,000
hours training
since 2011
Multi-purpose 15,000m2
training space with
products and solutions in
real-life settings
Demonstration areas
include; room sets for wet
and dry work, a low level
roofing rig, training set for
external and internal wall
insulation
Multi-purpose 15,000m2
training space with
products and solutions in
real-life settings
A culture of collaboration and knowledge sharing
Partnerships are key to:
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Developing internal & external knowledge
Sharing information, case study evidence
• Helping to determine future policy
Recent collaboration and partnership:
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Secondment to DEC on Green Deal & ECO [2011-2012]
• Secondment to BIS on Construction Strategy [2013]
• UK GBC Working Group – Green Deal Incentivisation [2013]
• UK GBC Zero carbon definition for non-domestic [2013-2014]
• Secondment to ROI Government – Better Energy Financing [BEF]
Designing, manufacturing & distributing
innovative solutions for new build
Increasingly stringent
building regs leading
to low and zero
carbon buildings
Saint-Gobain
companies offer
proven and affordable
solutions for
sustainable new
build developments
We can deliver the
products, systems
and technical
resources to Code for
Sustainable Homes
and Passivhaus
standards, plus offer
our own ‘MultiComfort’ standard
We play a key role
in many of the leading
new build projects
that are shaping
communities for
the future
Multi-Comfort Concept
Hearing
Noise
Acoustics
Airborne sound
insulation
Impact sound
insulation
Reverberation
Thinking
Social
Responsibility
Maintenance
Energy consumption
Carbon footprint
Running costs
Touch
Temperature
Texture
Thermal insulation
Airtightness
Summer comfort
Vision
Design
Colours
Lights
Day lighting
Glare
Luminance
Smell
Air quality
Clean and dry
Fresh air supply
Moisture
management
CO2 & VOC levels
Nottingham H.O.U.S.E
Modular, panel
build, low-cost
house
Saint-Gobain &
Nottingham University
joint initiative
- Repeatable: stacked
(apartments) joined
(terraces)
- Low-cost, starter
homes or key-worker
housing
- Students entry to the Solar
Decathlon competition
Sited at Nottingham
University ‘Green
Close’
All Saint-Gobain manufactured &
supplied materials
- Meets FEES standard of fabric
energy efficiency
Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard (FEES) Test
‘Standard’ brick
& block on-site
construction
Minimising the oncost to current
2010 Part L
Regulations
SG design & materials
Incorporate
recommendations
from Zero Carbon
Hub ‘Performance
Gap’ study
4 housing units (2x
pair of semi’s) to meet
ZCH FEES standard
Building Information Modelling (BIM)
‘BIM Basics’
Guide published
on www.saintgobain.co.uk
Secondment to
BIS Task group to
support shaping of
BIM Level 3
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Commercial work group
Technical work group
Co-ordinated
development of
cross business
BIM Data Objects
to support BIM
Level 2 rollout
in the industry
Tackling the retrofit challenge
In the UK we have the oldest housing stock in the
developed world & an urgent need to address energy
efficiency;
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50% of homes are over 50 years old & 20% are more than
100 years old with solid walls
Saint-Gobain is striving to make existing
buildings safer, warmer, more energy efficient
We are a key player in many retrofit projects which offer a bespoke
solution to the problem of an ageing housing stock
Our Case Study Examples
2014
Salford Energy House
Saint Gobain first
to undertake
substantial ‘wholehouse’ renovation
- Victorian terrace property
built in a labratory
Outcomes
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Illustrate the comfort
and health benefits of
different thermal
upgrade measures
Manchester Media City
Products used
• PAM – Ensign above
ground drainage system
Overview
• Europe’s biggest
dedicated media
centre
• New facility houses
TV and radio studios
• 5 story office building,
a mix of commercial
and residential area
Challenge
• Provide solutions that would
meet the BBC’s high
acoustic standards
• Residential areas specified
as a minimum of 3dB above
Building Regulations
requirements
• British Gypsum – 15mm
Gyproc DuraLine
• Isover – Acoustic Partition
Roll (APR 1200)
• Ecophon – Focus Ds
XL Corridor
York University Campus
Products used
• Isover – Acoustic Partition
Roll (APR 1200)
Overview
• One of the largest and
most complex campus
developments
• Diverse range of
building types and
designs
• House Theatre, Film
and TV, Computer
Science departments
Challenge
• Mix of construction
techniques, including
timber, steel and concrete
frame
• Boost both acoustic
performance and be
suitable for use on the
lightweight steel frames
• British Gypsum –
Plasterboard linings and
acoustic ceilings
• Ecophon – Master Baffles
Focus De
Victorian Terrace, Watford
Overview
• Building Research
Establishment (BRE)
• Transform a
dilapidated Victorian
stable block into three
energy efficient
terraced homes for
21st Century living
Challenge
• Solid brick walls
• Sash windows
• Dampness
• Disrepair
• Poor thermal performance
Products used
• Weber – Pumpable floor
levelling compound
• Ecophon – Focus De
suspended ceiling
• Glassolutions – Ecoclear+
double glazed units
• Isover – Vario KM Duplex
membrane
Brands used
Academy Central, Barking
Overview
• Construction of 936
eco-friendly 1,2 and
3-bedroom apartments
• 3, 4 and 5-bedroom
houses on the
former site
• All homes meeting the
Lifetime Homes
standard for improved
accessibility and
adaptability as residents
age
Challenge
• Provide a fabric solution
that would minimise heat
loss and emissions from the
homes
• Contribute to high levels of
performance
Products used
• Weber – External Wall
Insulation system
• Isover –Partition
Insulation
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British Gypsum –
Acoustic partitions
Plasterboard linings
Plasterboard Recycling
Service
George Best City Airport, Belfast
Overview
• Design an acoustic
ceiling solution for a
curved passageway
Challenge
• Create a ceiling that could
handle the complexity of the
curved plan shape
• Achieve this with an a
• economic and efficient
installation
• Access to services above
the ceiling
Products used
• Ecophon – Master Solo
free-hanging units to
create a sweeping curve
Tarmac Homes, University of Nottingham
Overview
• 2 low energy homes,
designed to
demonstrate the
viability of masonry
construction
techniques for
affordable, massmarket homes
Challenge
• Provide insulation and airtightness solutions for the
thermal envelope
• Separating structure to
minimise heat loss and
emissions
• Maximise thermal mass
contribution
Products used
• Weber – weber.therm XP
• Isover – Isover 100mm
• British Gypsum – Thistle
Hardwall
Thistle Multi-Finish
Perivale Primary School, West London
Overview
• New £10m Primary
School benefitied from
a range of solutions
- Acoustic ceiling
solutions
- External Wall
Insulation
- Internal Partitions
- Glazing
Challenge
• Flexibility of use and layout
• Individually tailored glazing
bars, glass with a specially
facetted edge to both front
and rear
• Specialist lifting equipment
Products used
• Weber – weber.therm XP
• Isover & British Gypsum –
Drylining systems
• Ecophon – Ecophon
Focus™ E
• Glassolutions & SG Glass
– 12.8mm Saint-Gobain
Glass Stadip
St Pancras International Station, London
Products used
• British Gypsum – Gypwall
CLASSIC partitions
Overview
• First opened in 1876
• One of London’s
landmark buildings
• Retail and hospitality
destination
Challenge
• Merging original features
• Design and build a 200m
long fire-rated access
tunnel
• Glassolutions – 10,000m2
of laminated glass
• PAM – 2,500 tonnes of
ductile iron segmental
tunnel linings
Conclusion
A strategy built on providing innovative solutions
A culture of collaboration and partnership
Uniquely positioned group with unparalleled breadth,
depth and experience
www.saint-gobain.co.uk
@SaintGobainUK
[email protected]

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