This project is part of the Paris Left bank redevelopment operation, which concerns a large area in southeast Paris, managed by SEMAPA, a semi-public company created by Paris City Council.
Faced with the challenges of the 3rd millennium, the high-rise sector is undergoing profound changes in which architectural boldness, sustainable development and enhanced "well-being" have become guiding principles.
They provide privileged living conditions, comfortable working spaces, and unique city views. The green technologies used in these structures are an indicator of quality and durability and represent a step towards smart cities.
With more than 40 years of experience and proven skills in project management, construction supervision and engineering, Artelia has gained unique know-how in high-rise building construction.
The increasing number of old-generation high-rise buildings, changes in regulations and new energy efficiency requirements have encouraged Artelia, leader in high-rise building rehabilitation and redevelopment, to propose a wide range of services backed by comprehensive skills in managing and supervising small- and large-scale projects of this type.
Very tight schedule for such high-rise building. Design had to run with schedule parallelly.
Client is the one who appointed contractors (it was mainly based on relationship and quotation but capacity is not priority)
Following on from the Trinity Tower project, Europe’s leading listed commercial property company Unibail-Rodamco demonstrated its continued confidence in our teams by appointing us to the manage design studies and supervise implementation of the iconic Sisters Towers project, which is located in
This new 242 m high building, located in the district of Fiera in Milan, is designed to accommodate more than 3,000 Allianz employees and to become the firm’s new European headquarters.
Construction of the Casablanca Finance City tower ties in with the development of the city’s new international finance district. The tower will be awarded LEED certification.