Roads and utilities

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  • Transfer quay in Chalon-sur-Saône (France)

    Design and construction supervision concerning a quay to transfer household waste transported by waterway.
    Client: Chalon urban area authority

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  • Heudelet 26 eco-district in Dijon (France)

    Design and construction supervision concerning road and utility engineering works, infrastructure and street furniture for a 5 ha eco-district in the town centre.
    Sustainable development approach integrating water, energy and waste management, and the demolition and reuse of existing facilities.
    Client: SEMAAD

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  • Relocation of utility networks for the Dijon tramway (France)

    Assistance to the “networks” project owner in the context of the construction of two tram lines (20 km) in Dijon:
    – Monitoring of archaeological investigations,
    – Design study of an urban heating network,
    – Expert appraisal concerning the creation of a sustainable watering network for the green spaces related to the project.
    Client: Dijon urban area authority

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  • Place des Jacobins, Lyon (France)

    Design and construction supervision, including OPC. Redevelopment of the square, roads, car park and networks, including lighting systems.
    Architect: Jocelyne Osty

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  • Redevelopment of Isère riverbanks (France)

    Design and construction supervision, including OPC. Redevelopment of banks, networks and lighting systems, resurfacing of roads and car parks.
    Landscape architect: Cyclades.
    Client: Town of Bourg de Péage

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  • Luye riverbanks in Gap (France)

    Design and construction supervision concerning the development of riverbanks along the river Luye (1.2 km), including: redevelopment of the banks, creation of a footpath, creation and resurfacing of roads and car park, creation of a concrete pebble hard shoulder, relocation of utility networks, hydraulic development to protect the industrial and commercial areas.
    Landscape architect: Bruel – Delmar Paris.
    Client: Town of Gap

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