The Democratic Republic of the Congo suffers from endemic electricity shortages. Just 10% of its 65 million inhabitants are connected to a supply, a figure that drops to a mere 1% in rural areas.
Artelia, the leading French independent engineering firm in the fields of building construction, infrastructure, industry, water and the environment, was appointed to act as assistant to the Owner and manage this unique project from the design phase through to the implementation of works and subs
Located in Aix-en-Provence, thecamp will open its doors on 28 September. Now the physical construction phase for the “base camp” designed to explore solutions for the future has been completed, the “human” construction of its ecosystem can come into its own.
In order to comply with current standards for discharging effluent into the environment, the Chartres Métropole urban area authority has embarked on a project to build a new wastewater treatment plant at a site in Mainvilliers and rehabilitate the existing site in Lèves.
The project consists in designing and building a university hospital complex on a 10-hectare site on the “Ile de Nantes”. This new hospital will replace the two existing facilities: Hôtel Dieu university and maternity hospital, and Laennec Hospital.
Sur, a city with a hot desert climate (on average 80 mm of rainfall per year), was severely damaged by two cyclones in 2007 and 2010, which produced rainfall in excess of 300 and 400 mm in the space of 24 hours.
This luxury hotel located at Place de la Concorde in Paris consists of two buildings comprising 147 bedrooms, including the Bernstein suite, the Salon des Aigles banquet hall on the first floor, a bar decorated by French sculptor César and the “Les A
Artelia was awarded a strategic contract of the Consultancy Services Hydro Power Plants Executive Authority of the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy in Egypt, providing Owner’s Engineer services for a new pumped storage power plant, Attaqa Mountain in Suez, Egypt.
To overcome the limitations of a network of winding, frequently congested roads, the north Réunion island district authority has opted to invest in an urban cable car that will serve five stations over a distance of 2.7 km.