Housing and residential

Housing and residential 

Reconciling comfort for users with the need to manage energy consumption, Artelia provides a comprehensive range of services including a preliminary assessment of technical, economic and environmental aspects. 
Our experts and managers support public- and private-sector project Owners and social landlords with their investments in the construction and renovation of housing, student residences and tourist accommodation, drawing on their experience to design sustainable and flexible buildings.

Artelia designs and implements multi-purpose urban projects incorporating all types of housing and accommodation, offices and local public services. 

France | Seine-Saint-Denis (93)

Support for Seine Saint-Denis Habitat (SSDH), the leading social landlord in the 93 region with a portfolio of almost 32,000 homes and a driving force in the implementation of the circular economy in the region, in the development of a resource diagnosis of the portfolio with a view to orienting

France | Seine-Saint-Denis

The buildings will provide accommodation before being redeveloped into a permanent office campus of around 60,000 m². 

The project aims to achieve HQE certifications (high environmental quality).

France | Saint-Denis

Sogelym Dixence, the lead firm in the multi-disciplinary consortium of 50 partners (architects, property investors and operators, cultural players, innovative start-ups, design offices and construction firms), is a winner of the “Inventing the Greater Paris Metropolis” call for projects and the b

France | Paris

Construction of a mixed-use property of a 83 housing units for first-time buyers, 48 social housing units, 1 creche, 2 shops and 100 100 parking spaces on two undergrounds levels.

France | Paris

Rehabilitation and transformation of an atypical office building which offered ideal conditions for reversibility (high ceilings, large windows, unobstructed views, etc.). The building, built in 1947, will make way for almost 20 social housing units. 

Vietnam | Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville

The works must be carried out smoothly and at low noise to prevent disturbing phase 1 owners, keeping a challenging overtime schedule of 28 months from deep foundation piling through to hand-over of more than a thousand units, while continually managing design changes in order to keep abreast of