At its Annual General Meeting on June 2, Saint-Gobain unveiled its new logotype. A new interpretation of the ‘bridge’ symbol that has represented the Group for more than 40 years, it also incorporates a vibrant skyline illustrating the Group’s brand territory of “living places.” Warm and bright colors have been used to create a more emotional connection with customers and end consumers.
Our planet is facing major challenges, that we are deeply committed to fight. The solutions and services we provide help reduce the impact of the construction sector on the environment, from the construction to the demolition of buildings.
At Saint-Gobain, we promote resource-efficient construction: a system-wide approach that looks at material flows over the life-time of a building. For new buildings, it means using less resource-intensive solutions, new technologies and new approaches to design. For renovation, that means using the existing building stock better.
As newly-created buildings are increasingly energy efficient, the share of embodied carbon in the building's lifecycle emissions is increasing. Tackling this issue is essential, especially at the design phase.