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2 Overview presentation
Saint-Gobain 2015 Overview presentation

3 Outline Agenda Introduction to the Saint-Gobain Group
Introduction to Saint-Gobain in the UK & Ireland Our Habitat Strategy & Case Studies

4 the Saint-Gobain Group
Introduction to the Saint-Gobain Group

5 64 20 50 190,000 €42bn Operations in countries
Saint-Gobain One of the world’s TOP 100 leading industrial corporations Doubled in size in 20 Years Among the 50 largest employers 2014 €bn Sales 41.0 Recurring net income 1.1 Capital expenditure 1.4 Free cash flow 1.0 190,000 Nearly Employees €42bn Sales

6 Proud of our history 1688 17th Century 1970 TODAY 1665 1850 - 1900
Invention of the process of glass poured on a table, Saint-Gobain becomes the undeniable leader 17th Century Louis XIV and Colbert decide on an economic recovery plan for France 1970 Merger between Pont-à-Mousson and Saint-Gobain TODAY Saint-Gobain focuses its strategy on Habitat 1700 1665 Saint-Gobain is established Creation of the Manufacture royale des glaces 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

7 Saint-Gobain aspires to be THE reference for Sustainable Habitat
Saint-Gobain Strategy Saint-Gobain creates and delivers innovative and high performance solutions to enhance our habitat and our daily life Saint-Gobain Mission 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.

8 8 Research and Development Major Strategic Projects in:
= Energy efficiency & environmental impact of processes 7 Main R&D Centres 3700 employees €400m spend on R&D annually 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 Lighting Functional flexible substrate Intelligent cells External Wall Insulation systems Fuel cells High performance Solar solutions

9 An increasingly international company
Saint-Gobain in 1904 Saint-Gobain in 1980 Saint-Gobain in 2011

10 ASIA & EMERGING COUNTRIES
Saint-Gobain an international group OTHER WESTERN EUROPE Germany 10% Scandinavia 11% United Kingdom 9% Spain-Portugal 3% 40% 14% NORTH AMERICA 19% 27% ASIA & EMERGING COUNTRIES Latin America 7.5% Asia 5.5% Eastern Europe 4.5% Africa & M.E. 1.5% FRANCE

11 Building Distribution Construction Products
Saint-Gobain’s sectors Building Distribution No. 1 in Europe building materials distribution network No. 1 in Europe in plumbing, heating, and sanitary ware products Operations in 27 countries Over 64,000 employees of 2013 consolidated net sales 45% No. 1 worldwide in ductile cast iron pipe No. 1 worldwide in plasterboard and plaster No. 1 worldwide in insulation No. 1 in Europe for wall facings No. 1 worldwide for tile adhesives No. 2 in the United States in siding products Manufacturing operations in 55 countries Nearly 47,000 employees Construction Products of 2013 consolidated net sales 25% Flat Glass No. 1 in Europe No. 2 worldwide Operations in 42 countries Over 32,000 employees High-Performance Materials No. 1 worldwide More than 26,000 employees Innovative Materials 21% of 2013 consolidated net sales Packaging Verallia No. 2 worldwide bottles and jars Operations in 14 countries 14,000 employees of 2013 consolidated net sales 9%

12 An introduction to Saint-Gobain
in the UK & Ireland, 2014

13 80 30+ 400,000 1000+ €3.2bn 16,000+ Manufacturing Plants Products
Employees Manufacturing Plants 80 Products 400,000 Businesses 30+ Distribution Sites 1000+ €3.2bn Sales

14 Building Distribution Construction Products
UK & Ireland: 3 sectors are present Building Distribution No. 1 in Europe building materials distribution network No. 1 in Europe in plumbing, heating and sanitary ware products of 2013 consolidated net sales 76% Construction Products No. 1 worldwide in ductile cast iron pipe No. 1 worldwide in plasterboard & plaster No.1 worldwide in insulation No. 1 in Europe for wall facings No. 1 in worldwide for adhesives of 2013 consolidated net sales 17% Flat Glass No. 1 in Europe No. 2 worldwide High-Performance Materials No. 1 worldwide Innovative Materials 7% of 2013 consolidated net sales

15 Building Distribution Fact File
11,800 people

16 Construction Products Fact File
2,470 people

17 Innovative Materials Fact File
* *Saint-Gobain Glass *Saint-Gobain Abrasives *Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics *Saint-Gobain Ceramics 1,665 people

18 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: The External Advisory Panel comprises representatives from: WWF, Shelter, British Land, Balfour Beatty, Measom [Drylining Contractor] and BITC. Their views are published unedited in our annual Sustainable Development Review and we meet with them bi-annually to discuss progress. You can view their comments at :www.sustainable.saint-gobain.co.uk

19 Our 2013 CSR Review Theme: Transforming Sustainable Construction: reviewing 2013 performance The External Advisory Panel comprises representatives from: WWF, Shelter, British Land, Balfour Beatty, Measom [Drylining Contractor] and BITC. Their views are published unedited in our annual Sustainable Development Review and we meet with them bi-annually to discuss progress. You can view their comments at :www.sustainable.saint-gobain.co.uk Includes un-edited feedback from our external Advisory Panel, established in 2013

20 Data and performance The External Advisory Panel comprises representatives from: WWF, Shelter, British Land, Balfour Beatty, Measom [Drylining Contractor] and BITC. Their views are published unedited in our annual Sustainable Development Review and we meet with them bi-annually to discuss progress. You can view their comments at :www.sustainable.saint-gobain.co.uk Aggregated performance in key areas of strategy and impact: Timber sourcing Waste [production] Training Energy/Carbon Eco-Innovation Water [discharge and withdrawal]

21 Learn more Go online to find out more… Energy/Carbon Eco-Innovation Water [discharge and withdrawal] To download or read visit: or gobain.com The External Advisory Panel comprises representatives from: WWF, Shelter, British Land, Balfour Beatty, Measom [Drylining Contractor] and BITC. Their views are published unedited in our annual Sustainable Development Review and we meet with them bi-annually to discuss progress. You can view their comments at :www.sustainable.saint-gobain.co.uk

22 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

23 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

24 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

25 Our Habitat Strategy 2014

26 An unparalleled breadth and depth of network
A unique capability to provide products and solutions for industry An unparalleled breadth and depth of network *Saint-Gobain Glass *Saint-Gobain Abrasives *Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics *Saint-Gobain Ceramics *

27 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 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

28 Partnerships are key to: Recent collaboration and partnership:
A culture of collaboration and knowledge sharing Partnerships are key to: Developing internal & external knowledge Sharing information, case study evidence Helping to determine future policy Recent collaboration and partnership: Secondment to DEC on Green Deal & ECO [ ] Secondment to BIS on Construction Strategy [2013] UK GBC Working Group – Green Deal Incentivisation [2013] UK GBC Zero carbon definition for non-domestic [ ] Secondment to ROI Government – Better Energy Financing [BEF]

29 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 ‘Multi-Comfort’ standard We play a key role in many of the leading new build projects that are shaping communities for the future

30 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

31 Modular, panel build, low-cost house
Nottingham H.O.U.S.E Modular, panel build, low-cost house Repeatable: stacked (apartments) joined (terraces) Low-cost, starter homes or key-worker housing Saint-Gobain & Nottingham University joint initiative - Students entry to the Solar Decathlon competition All Saint-Gobain manufactured & supplied materials Sited at Nottingham University ‘Green Close’ - Meets FEES standard of fabric energy efficiency

32 Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard (FEES) Test
‘Standard’ brick & block on-site construction Incorporate recommendations from Zero Carbon Hub ‘Performance Gap’ study Minimising the on-cost to current 2010 Part L Regulations BACKGROUND: Saint-Gobain is working with First Wessex [Housing Association] to develop 4 housing units [2 pairs of Semi’s] to meet the Zero Carbon Hub’s ‘Fabric Energy Efficient Standard’ [FEES] Test – using Saint-Gobain design input and product/system solutions. The units will then be monitored to understand their performance. And, they will be rented to social tenants. Work will begin on the units in 2015. SG design & materials 4 housing units (2x pair of semi’s) to meet ZCH FEES standard

33 Building Information Modelling (BIM)
‘BIM Basics’ Guide published on Co-ordinated development of cross business BIM Data Objects to support BIM Level 2 rollout in the industry BACKGROUND: Saint-Gobain recognises the growing importance of BIM. BIM enables a building’s characteristics to be created digitally in order to improve the construction process – saving time, money and reducing site waste. These resulting benefits [saving time, money and reducing waste] – are key aspects of the Government’s 2025 Construction Strategy. Therefore, Saint-Gobain is working closely to support BIM. Firstly by co-ordinating the development of cross business BIM Data Objects to support BIM Level 2 rollout in the industry. Secondly, by seconding a Saint-Gobain employee to support the Government Department of Business Innovation & Skills [BIS] in an Industry Task group on the subject. Thirdly, by publishing a ‘Saint-Gobain BIM Basics Guide’ at: This work is in addition to businesses, many of whom have made their products available as BIM objects, independently. Secondment to BIS Task group to support shaping of BIM Level 3 Commercial work group Technical work group

34 Tackling the retrofit challenge
In the UK we have the oldest housing stock in the developed world & an urgent need to address energy efficiency; 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

35 Our Case Study Examples
2014

36 Saint Gobain first to undertake substantial ‘whole-house’ renovation
Salford Energy House Saint Gobain first to undertake substantial ‘whole-house’ renovation - Victorian terrace property built in a labratory Outcomes Illustrate the comfort and health benefits of different thermal upgrade measures

37 Manchester Media City Products used
PAM – Ensign above ground drainage system British Gypsum – 15mm Gyproc DuraLine Isover – Acoustic Partition Roll (APR 1200) Ecophon – Focus Ds XL Corridor 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

38 York University Campus
Products used Isover – Acoustic Partition Roll (APR 1200) British Gypsum – Plasterboard linings and acoustic ceilings Ecophon – Master Baffles Focus De 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

39 Victorian Terrace, Watford
Products used Weber – Pumpable floor levelling compound Ecophon – Focus De suspended ceiling Glassolutions – Ecoclear+ double glazed units Isover – Vario KM Duplex membrane Brands used 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

40 Academy Central, Barking
Products used Weber – External Wall Insulation system Isover –Partition Insulation British Gypsum – Acoustic partitions Plasterboard linings Plasterboard Recycling Service 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

41 George Best City Airport, Belfast
Overview Design an acoustic ceiling solution for a curved passageway Products used Ecophon – Master Solo free-hanging units to create a sweeping curve 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

42 Tarmac Homes, University of Nottingham
Overview 2 low energy homes, designed to demonstrate the viability of masonry construction techniques for affordable, mass-market homes Products used Weber – weber.therm XP Isover – Isover 100mm British Gypsum – Thistle Hardwall Thistle Multi-Finish Challenge Provide insulation and air-tightness solutions for the thermal envelope Separating structure to minimise heat loss and emissions Maximise thermal mass contribution

43 Perivale Primary School, West London
Products used Weber – weber.therm XP Isover & British Gypsum – Drylining systems Ecophon – Ecophon Focus™ E Glassolutions & SG Glass – 12.8mm Saint-Gobain Glass Stadip 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

44 St Pancras International Station, London
Products used British Gypsum – Gypwall CLASSIC partitions Glassolutions – 10,000m2 of laminated glass PAM – 2,500 tonnes of ductile iron segmental tunnel linings 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

45 Conclusion A culture of collaboration and partnership
A strategy built on providing innovative solutions A culture of collaboration and partnership Uniquely positioned group with unparalleled breadth, depth and experience

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