Herve Maurer

Herve Maurer

Hervé Maurer graduated from ENSAM (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers)
In 1996 he became an expert in climatic engineering for tertiary buildings specializing in the Health sector with clinical and laboratory projects.
In 2000, Herve MAURER moved abroad to French Polynesia for the project of the Hospital of Tahiti. He started this project at the design competition level; he participatedthe engineering design and then became Construction Director in the construction stage. He followed this project until the reception and the commissioning until the arrival of the first patient.
In 2005, he joined OTH/IOSIS/EGIS to become the Technical Director of HVAC and Energy Management department of the building Business Unit. His mission was to follow and to guide the design of all major projects
Keeping an operational function, he also ensured many transverse functions in Research Development, Expertise.
In 2014, Hervé MAURER was awarded the « Grand Prix National de l’Ingénierie » thanks to the innovative conception of the « Philharmonie de Paris ». This project also won the “Outstanding Project of the year” award during the 2015 FIDIC Awards in Dubaï.
In 2020, He was a speaker at the EnerJMeeting (Palais Brongniart; PARIS) to present the optimized energetic mix of a 70 000m² building localised in a dense urban siteHervé Maurer graduated from ENSAM (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers)
In 1996 he became an expert in climatic engineering for tertiary buildings specializing in the Health sector with clinical and laboratory projects.
In 2000, Herve MAURER moved abroad to French Polynesia for the project of the Hospital of Tahiti. He started this project at the design competition level; he participatedthe engineering design and then became Construction Director in the construction stage. He followed this project until the reception and the commissioning until the arrival of the first patient.
In 2005, he joined OTH/IOSIS/EGIS to become the Technical Director of HVAC and Energy Management department of the building Business Unit. His mission was to follow and to guide the design of all major projects
Keeping an operational function, he also ensured many transverse functions in Research Development, Expertise,
In 2014, Hervé MAURER was awarded the « Grand Prix National de l’Ingénierie » thanks to the innovative conception of the « Philharmonie de Paris ». This project also won the “Outstanding Project of the year” award during the 2015 FIDIC Awards in Dubaï.
In 2020, He was a speaker at the EnerJMeeting (Palais Brongniart; PARIS) to present the optimized energetic mix of a 70 000m² building localised in a dense urban site