After the lockdown, the construction site of the Cerclades Mall serving the Trois Fontaines shopping mall resumed with the shaping of the "mineral forms" under the supervision of AAB (Ateliers Artistiques du Béton). Installation of the supporting structure and the mesh, sculpture of the concrete, adjustment of the foundations and equipment... all are part of their implementation. Handover of the finished site is scheduled for the fall of 2020: the rocks along the mall will then offer seating, shade and games along the route linking Place De Gaulle to the new entrance for the Three Fountains.
The construction site of Saint-Chamas continues. The coastal walk is just finished. This first construction site will make it possible to test the assembly of ground treatments, furniture and plantations with both the aquatic and rocky landscape that envelops this project. The Cabassons beach will open in the summer of 2021: it will offer a new public space connected to the fishing and yachting harbors, by opening up the lake’s horizon and the Baou cliffs.
AMT is finalizing the programming study for public spaces in the Paul-Brard sector in Conflans Sainte-Honorine within the framework of consultation meetings with residents. As a small social housing sector in the heart of a suburban neighborhood, the Paul-Brard site is being transformed with impetus from the city and the proprietor. The programming of public spaces will allow new residential and commercial construction to be inserted into this urban environment and transform it into a hub for local activity.
Marion Talagrand speaks at the seminar "Ecology and Heritage" at the Chaillot School invited by Lorenzo Diez. This is an opportunity to develop the notion of "Landscape as grey energy" based on studies and projects conducted by her office: geomorphology and environments, subsoil and urban climate, confiscated soils and biological frameworks, surfaces and re-use.
The OPAC du Rhône selected AMT, in partnership with F. Mazoyer and AGI2D, to lead the operational phase for the renewal of the Belleroche district. Located on the outskirts of Villefranche-sur-Saône and opening onto the landscape of the Monts du Beaujolais mountains, the district forms a large, homogeneous whole. The project aims to break away from this monolithic character by recreating neighborhoods within the district and relations with adjacent districts while meeting the ANRU program’s objectives in terms of housing, facilities and public spaces.
AMT has been awarded the project management contract with Ingetec, Vicarini and Geodice, for the central section of the Avenue Jean Jaurès, which is now under construction. With the renewal of the tree-lined heritage of this historic city entrance, the creation of a pedestrian promenade on the shopping strip and the creation of a friendly space at the foot of the Innopolis business park - this first phase lays the foundations for the overall project.
After having entrusted AMT, in association with EGIS, with the project management of the banks and the island of Moselle, the town of Epinal and the proprietor Epinal Habitat entrusted AMT with the development of the Bitola and Champbeauvert districts. This dual mission will enable a large-scale, long-term project to be orchestrated in a coherent manner in order to offer Epinal residents quality of living on all scales, "from home, to the city, to the neighborhood".
The Hauts-de-Creil NPNRU, for which AMT produced the Urbanism Plan in partnership with Filigrane, Bassetti, Estran, ETC, Sareco and Ingetec, was approved by the ANRU Commitment Committee. The project covers a vast territory spread over the plateau and composed of several districts. In a difficult economic context, urban renewal is relying on targeted, measured and based actions to better connect neighborhoods to the city center and open them up to the future hillside park, upgrade public spaces and facilities, retrofit existing private housing as well as social housing, and so on.
The EPFIF has selected AMT as the representative of a team associating De-So, Zefco, Ingetec and Penet Consulting for the urban management project for Orcod-In of Val Fourré in Mantes-la-Jolie. The mission is in line with the Urbanism Plan carried out by AMT for Grand Paris Seine et Oise and approved by the ANRU's Commitment Committee in September 2019 which aims to define the operational conditions for the transformation of the district's historical center: commercial impact, reappropriation of public spaces, new housing supply, etc. are targeted.
The town of Épinal retains AMT in association with Egis for the Bragard Island and Moselle riverbank development project. The development will permit recapture the banks of the Moselle River formerly occupied by textile industries, the opening of the Bitola social housing district on the river and the extension of a promenade leading downtown. In a spirit of sobriety and discretion that AMT has proposed to carry out this project that aims to reveal the qualities of a semi-natural landscape.