Urban regeneration

Our strengths

Beautifying is a right motivation

Planning is worth it if it beautifies the city.

A successful public space has no signature

A successful development must make the past forgotten and the present evident.

The complexity is everywhere

A schedule is drawn down to the smallest detail, the right scale is the centimeter.

Communication is a technical aspect in itself

Planning is told, defended and argued.

Mobility, an element in the regeneration of public spaces

Public space is the common good of a society. It is a space shared by citizens. Given the scarcity of this resource in urban sites, its best use is imperative. The competition between users for functions such as parking, bus lanes, bicycles, pedestrian and automobile routes, terraces… is very important. This complexity requires the utmost respect, strong competence and great creativity. Citec is proud to contribute in a sustained way to the qualitative transformation of cities, rethinking the use and balances between the spaces dedicated to priority functions that are those that respond to human needs.

Our services

Redeveloping public spaces

  • Developing occasionally or permanently residential, mixed or pedestrian roads
  • Conducting the consultation and conciliation around the project
  • Carrying out executive projects and ensuring their implementation

Coordinating urban planning and mobility

  • Integrating the connection of public spaces
  • Developing urban parks and car lots
  • Structuring the internal organization of parking lots

Enhancing intermodal spaces

  • Carrying out studies of densification and accessibility around intermodal stations and nodes.
  • Carrying out studies of speed moderation
  • Carrying out studies for the safety of pedestrian and bicycle networks

Planning and development of limited traffic areas

  • Designing facilities for people with reduced mobility (PRM), 30 km/h zones and meeting areas
  • Ensuring the safety of schoolchildren’s journeys
  • Implementation of soft mobility development plans

Planning cycling and pedestrian networks

  • Predicting continuity
  • Drawing bike maps
  • Creating green avenues

Inserting bus and tram lines

  • Define the paths
  • Studying the intersection of specific sites in the urban fabric
  • Arrange stops and interfaces for transhipment