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On 15 March 2019 the Artelia Group announced that it is acquiring engineering consultancy Gantha, with whom it intends to propose new environmental services and harness synergies in the fields of acoustics, pollution dispersion and fluid mechanics.
This Friday 8 March, to celebrate International Women’s Day, Artelia’s female (and male!) staff members are taking part in the digital campaign launched by the French engineering federation Syntec Ingénierie, which consists in posting personal messages using the French hashtag #FemmeDeLinGENIErie (a play on words combining “woman”, “engineering” and “genius”).
Artelia has signed a sports partnership with Sandra Dodet, a 22-year-old triathlete on France’s national team. Triathlon, a multi-sport race composed of three disciplines in sequence (swimming, cycling and running), embodies strong values that Artelia also embraces: commitment, a taste for challenge, the pursuit of excellence, multi-disciplinarity, and a connection with the environment. These values convinced Artelia to make a commitment to support Sandra in her pursuit of success in this highly demanding sport.
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Drones are highly sophisticated, reliable and flexible devices that can be used for a wide range of assignments from simply taking aerial photos to performing photogrammetric surveys and 3D modelling.
SIMI is a landmark event in the real estate industry’s calendar in France.
On 20 November 2018 the Artelia Group signed the agreement to acquire a stake in Openergy, a start-up that specialises in simulating energy consumption in buildings and monitoring energy performance contracts (EPC).
On 13 November 2018, Mr François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor of the Banque de France, officially inaugurated the bank’s new facility in La Courneuve (north of Paris). The 4.5 ha brownfield site formerly occupied by Babcock factories was transformed over a 5-year period by a consortium comprising the Artelia Group and architecture firm Jean-Paul Viguier & Associés. The fully automated currency management centre will handle all coin flows across the Greater Paris area and about 25% of the bank notes currently in circulation in France, making it the largest facility of its type in the Euro zone. It will also accommodate a section open to the general public in the area dedicated to offices.
Marne-la-Vallée, 10 October 2018 – Today, the Artelia Group is signing a partnership with the Ecole des Ponts – ParisTech engineering school. Artelia, now one of France’s three leading engineering groups, is establishing lasting partnerships with the top French engineering schools to attract the high-calibre graduates it needs to continue developing. Concurrently with the partnership with Ecole des Ponts, Artelia has also entered into a partnership with ENTPE, the National School of State Public Works, while the one with Ense3, the National Graduate School of Energy, Water and the Environment, in Grenoble, was signed before the summer.