Access to transportation
The ease of mobility for modern urban dwellers is vital for economic sustainability. Building user-friendly structures for pedestrian, bikeway, and auto-route users alike to access transportation-linked roads, pathways and tunnels to connect with outlying highways, rail and bus terminals is essential infrastructure.
Whether you are planning residential access to road, rail or surface mobility resources such as tramways, people-movers, streetcar, bus depot, or car parks, consult with Terre Armée engineers. Terre Armée companies draw from their expertise in developing massive outlying infrastructure projects to develop localized urban solutions.
From delivering solutions related to drinking water, electrification and gas for homes and businesses, to building infrastructure for managing waste, Terre Armée solutions have been built to meet these urban necessities.
Our water management solutions extend to dams and reservoirs for small and large cities. We work in the planning and development of urban retention ponds, city water reservoirs and conveyance structures for managing these resources.
From the front end of planning power and energy resource development to the end use and disposal or recycling of energy resources, Terre Armée solutions play an integral part in connecting the flow of these resources throughout the local community. For instance, we work with planners and builders of infrastructure that support local power plants, natural gas storage and the means for delivery of these resources to homes, businesses and local resource recovery facilities and landfills.
Planning and building an urban environment is a daunting challenge for planners and requires anticipating and protecting assets against the natural and industrial risks. Proper designs for drainage, seepage, erosion and settlement must be made part of the master plans for modern urban facilities, homes, businesses, and facilities
Terre Armée are experts in developing defensive solutions and supplying materials for builders to install: