- une plate-forme partenariale d’innovation urbaine,
- un Living lab...
- a partnership platform for urban innovation,
- a Living Lab of rebuilding the city on itself,
- a showcase of the city's French know-how in the Plaine Commune region.
GELITRA (GEstion LIvraison TRAfic) répond à un besoin simple : éviter définitivement et à chaque instant, tout stationnement et congestion des espaces de circulation par les engins, à proximité des accès des chantiers. GELITRA est une gestion dynamique du trafic vers les chantiers. La régulation est structurée et optimisée par une solution numérique développée par ARTELIA pour le chantier des Halles. Les résultats de GELITRA sur ce chantier, parmi les plus importants du monde et dans un des centres urbains les plus denses, sont manifestes. Aucun riverain ne s’est plaint d’une quelconque occupation de la voirie par un véhicule de chantier...
GELITRA (French acronym standing for Management, Delivery and Traffic) addresses a simple need: to definitively avoid the parking and traffic congestion of vehicles near access points to construction sites at all times. GELITRA is a dynamic method for managing traffic caused by construction sites.
Traffic control is structured and optimised by a digital device developed by Artelia for the Halles construction site (Paris). GELITRA managed to achieve visible results in the context of this construction site, which is located in one of the densest urban centres and forms one of the biggest construction sites in the world. No residents have complained about any road use by a vehicle from the construction site, including during peak periods where a thousand workers and hundreds of lorries were operating alongside the 750 000 daily passengers in the Halles. Our solution relies on the development of a construction site management app which makes it possible to divert problems stemming from the management of construction site machines and vehicles towards a separate control area. This area is not residential, free from any neighbours (for the Halles, it was a space located near the Louvre, on the banks of the Seine), and yet close to the construction site (within a 500 to 800-metre radius).
The Santiago Deseado 3D simulator, which was handed over to the Municipality of Santiago in June 2015, is a decision-support tool to aid the formulation of sustainable urban policies. Financed by the French government and created by a consortium of companies headed by Artelia, it compiles a large quantity of data on water and waste management, public infrastructure, transportation, the social distribution of inhabitants, telecommunications, etc. to form an interactive map. It then taps into this information to propose assessments of various issues, solutions for optimising urban development and defining integrated, sustainable urban projects.
The TCO tropical island ecocity is the largest of 31 ecocities in France and the only one located overseas. The ecocity is a pioneer and demonstration of the 21st Century sustainable city. It represents not only the creation of a new city but also the renewal of established urban areas. Artelia’s integrated urban engineering method will contribute to this project by optimising the necessary elements for way of life, time management and governance. The ecocity is located on 5,000 ha of land. It has a double purpose: to create a new urban area that represents an both urban lifestyle and a very ambitious sustainable design, and to stress the importance of tourism and leisure functions and innovative transport management.
The 2018 edition of the Green Solutions Awards, a competition organised by the Construction21 network, highlights no fewer than four buildings to which Artelia’s Sustainable Buildings unit has contributed its expertise.
So waste no time in finding out about these exemplary projects, and don’t hesitate to vote for your favourite:
Offices for Triballat in Noyal, a low-carbon building constructed using hempcrete panels and bio-based insulating materials (cork, linen, hemp and cotton). Artelia is assisting Triballat with the procedures to obtain BBCA (low-carbon building) certification.
Thémis, an office building developed by Icade at the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles mixed development zone. It is the first office building to be awarded E+C- (positive-energy, low-carbon) accreditation with an Energy 2 and Carbon 2 rating, as well as BBCA (low-carbon building) certification. Artelia’s assignment included design and supervision services in regard to the Environment and Energy Performance aspects.
The Paris law courts, a high-rise building forming the new emblem of the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles mixed development zone. Artelia is acting as commissioning manager for the HVAC installations.
The Technopôle in Grenoble, a smart building with exemplary energy performance levels. Artelia is assisting Schneider Electric with the procedures to obtain LEED Platinum certification.
The winners of the national competition will be announced on 20 September, and the prizes will be awarded during international ceremony at COP 24 in December in Katowice.
Alors que Paris a adopté en 2015 un plan vélo sur cinq ans de 150 millions d’euros destiné à améliorer les conditions de circulation des cyclistes, avec l’ambition de devenir une capitale mondiale du vélo, elle est une ville acquise à la marche, bien que sa part demeure occultée par l’intermodalité des déplacements mêlant mode piéton et transports en commun. À Amsterdam, ville reine de la petite reine, le vélo constitue un véritable outil de mobilité, représentant 31% des trajets effectués, bien loin des 3% de part modale parisienne. Or, à l’heure où les villes cherchent à réduire la place de l’automobile et promouvoir des mobilités...
Amsterdam has made sustainable mobility a key feature of its brand, as shown in the stunning images of bike highways across the country. Today, every city is angling to become as bike-friendly as the Dutch capital. Paris is also pursuing this dream, overshadowing the fact it is already the world champion for an even more sustainable form of mobility: walking.
An ambitious project with the site kept in operation
Inaugurated in April 2016 following 5 years of works, the Canopy sits proudly on top of the second largest shopping centre in France, a range of cultural facilities and the busiest underground station in Europe. Located right at the heart of Paris, this was one of the construction projects of the decade and a challenge from the technical, spatial and timing standpoints. To renovate and modernise this 6 ha aging site, Paris City Council commissioned Artelia with general coordination services and oversight of overall project technical coherence. The site and the public transport hub remained in operation throughout the works, representing a major innovation in construction site management.
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