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Eric Incarbona

Founder of Cubeco

Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economist

Saint Lambert School 75015 Paris

  " Fascinated by cut stone, or more exactly by stone cutting, but also by the architecture of historical monuments, I knew as soon as I entered the Saint Lambert school in Paris that I was going to spend my life learning, but also to pass on my knowledge...

  At the start of my career, I was very  happy to work alongside  Jean-Claude Rochette  and  Jacques Moulin  Chief Architects of Historic Monuments.  (

   After this passage, I joined the Hory company specializing in the restoration of historical monuments in the east of France for 2 years.  Then I left for Germany to do my military service in engineering and on my return I started my job as a quantity surveyor in my father's masonry and carpentry business. I am very proud to have accompanied him  for some years  and thank him for having transmitted to me the passion of the profession.  

  After 35 years restoring Parisian buildings and constructing buildings,  I start a new one  challenge, build better with today's tools.  

My choice was made, to industrialize the construction and after 8 years of studies on this concept with the whole team of engineers of Guillaume Ventroux of the company ECB ( I file a patent in this direction.

A new adventure begins, that of CUBECO .... 

Eric Incarbona, Cubéco
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Guillaume VENTROUX


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Vincent Bargain

thermal engineer

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