River and maritime transport, waterways

River and maritime transport, waterways

River transport and waterways
Inland waterway traffic is increasing at a fast rate, and this has driven various States to renovate their ageing installations and open up new waterways. Artelia works on the rehabilitation of numerous navigation canals and major new projects. For this purpose it is able to draw on a range of canal, dam and lock engineering skills and studies the various issues connected with approach currents and the operation of large-capacity locks.

Maritime transport
Artelia has first-rank expertise in the maritime field and is an important player in helping to redistribute maritime exchanges. Artelia is involved from the earliest stages as consultant in planning maritime transport, optimising infrastructure through the use of powerful traffic simulation tools, and developing ports. It designs and helps with the construction of commercial ports and industrial terminals all over the world. Artelia also contributes to maritime safety by training pilots and captains in shiphandling in confined waters at its Port Revel centre. 

France | Entre Compiègne et Passel

TEAM’O+ consortium led by ARTELIA, is in charge of to underdake the design services and construction supervision of the Seine-North Europe Canal Sector 1 encompassing 18.7 km between Compiègne and Passel. The project includes the widening and deepening of the Oise River and the creation o

Congo - Kinshasa

The river Congo is exceptional in more ways than one: it is the second longest river in Africa behind the river Nile (4,700 km), it is also in second place (behind the river Amazon) in terms of its flow and river basin, and it irrigates the second largest tropical rainforest in the world.

France | Béthune

The first objective for VNF is to develop a tool adapted to the sustainable management of its network: this tool must provide sufficient data on the state of its structures and thereby enable it to plan and optimise its maintenance policy by ranking the measures to be taken by order of priority.