Optimizing operations, organizing flexibility and planning for the reversibility and mix of structures lead to rethinking the design and future uses of buildings, facilities and urban services….

The first 0 Carbon prefigures the city of tomorrow, by favoring materials with low environmental impact, sharing services and infrastructure while promising a better quality of life.

The use of connected infrastructures and urban digital twins contribute to the decarbonization of public services and their use performance.

The search for sustainability and better urban resilience in the face of various risks, including climate risk, requires the use of new tools and methods to imagine the city.