The Confluence district of Lyon will be the new place of work for more than 350 staff members employed by Deloitte, which specialises in the fields of auditing, taxation, consulting and financial advisory services for public and private companies, whatever their sector of activity.

In fact, Deloitte has joined forces with Bouygues Immobilier by signing as joint tenants of 4,900 sq. metres of office space in the Higashi building, part of the Hikari programme. Designed by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, this building, full of innovative technology in terms of sustainable development and use of renewable energy, is part of the Confluence district’s eco-intelligence initiative.

“Our move to the positive energy island of Hikari will involve our regional management team and 350 staff members who will benefit from an innovative, sustainable and responsible infrastructure. Our location in the centre of the Confluence district confirms the dynamism of our company and our teams in the Rhône-Alpes region, who are there to serve our clients” states Gérard Badin, associate and Director of Deloitte’s activities in the Rhône-Alpes region .

 

 

 

(photo: Higashi office building)