UEFA, the European Football Union, domiciled in Nyon (Switzerland) has been strongly expanding. In March 2012, the first UEFA staff moved into the Bois-Bougy building.
As was the case for the first service center UEFA built in 2010, Botta Managament Group AG was again mandated with the overall project management for this major undertaking. The Bois-Bougy building joins the Clairière building on an 18,000 square metres plot of land, of which it occupies a little less than a quarter. It contains 190 desks.
Designed by the Bassicarella architects' firm in Geneva, the new building comprises 32,000 square metres of floor space spread over four levels, fitting the curves of the land so that only the top two floors are visible. It also complies with the strictest environmental standards.