• Belview project - Brussel
  • Marie Curie - Lodelinsart
  • ENGEMA Ligne - Genk
  • Wola Tarasy - Warschau (PL)
  • The new police station - Charleroi
  • The Green Hill project in Dommeldange
  • Thornton Bank in the North Sea
  • Electrical installations at AZ Jan Palfijn in Ghent
  • European school in Brussels
  • Artist impression of the PPP Eupen Schule project in Eupen
  • Railway works in Neerpelt
  • Apartment & office buildings Up-Site in Brussels
  • Locorail - Liefkenshoek railway tunnel in Antwerp
  • Football stadium in Ghent
  • Residential project Bataves in Brussels

The environment: a major issue for CFE

The CFE group is not content just to talk about sustainable development. It has a coherent environmental policy and takes numerous practical measures, going beyond its statutory obligations. Every day, CFE staff look for ever more sustainable solutions for the projects being developed and implemented in the group's various entities.

'Toward Zero Energy': more relevant than ever

Reducing consumption of non-renewable energy in the projects developed by the group is the main aspect of the advisory work done by the sustainable development department.


In 2012, there was a major realisation within the group that all public invitations to tender relating to the construction of buildings contained passive or very low-energy requirements. This was not the case two years ago, when such criteria were rarely mentioned. The group has taken on board this shift, and several group companies now have energy specialists. This is a very positive development.