Artelia was appointed in the context of the renovation of the Aquavert centre in Franchville, lying at the heart of an urban park. The SIVU du Parc Aquavert (intercommunal syndicate dedicated to the aquatic centre) wanted the aquatic and fitness centre project to be implemented in line with a gre
Sports facilities – Culture – Leisure
Considered focal points for community life enhancing the well-being of local residents, cultural and sports facilities are essential components in the drawing power of urban areas. They are required to be pleasant and user-friendly while offering high-performance installations and complying with health and safety standards.
Our teams participate in ambitious projects alongside world-renowned architects, taking up many challenges with regard to technical aspects but also aesthetics and architectural characteristics in order to create top-level facilities meeting budget and deadline constraints.
The Kia Oval, Kennington was home to the first Test cricket match on English soil in 1880, as well the famous ‘Ashes’ rivalry in 1882.
Artelia has been working with the Oval since 2007, with the Peter May Stand being the latest phase of their modernisation programme to be completed.
Artelia worked with Hart District Council over a 2 year period to deliver its new £23m flagship leisure project for the local community.
The project involves building a facility at the Three Pigeons site in Aix-en-Provence comprising:
Completed in 1989, the “Grande Arche” structure has become the emblematic building in La Défense district. This megastructure has the shape of a hollowed-out cube.
Nestled on Seguin Island in Boulogne-Billancourt (in the western suburbs of Paris), the new Parisian music venue, named “Seine Musicale” (a play on the French word for stage: scène), has a surface area of 36,500 m2.