Bringing out projects in the regions
Financial constraints and a slight change in the relationship between spatial planning and urban design are causing officials to:
- Make investment decisions.
- Focus on adapting projects to regional development strategies.
With this in mind, the simple financial analysis of local finance is not enough. To meet this need, Egis has developed a consulting and engineering service to support local authorities in optimising their internal operations (pooling, etc.), in the development of their regional strategy, the formulation of investment plans that will enable this strategy to materialise, and of course, more typically, as prime contractor on such projects.
Whether it be supporting prioritisation in projects, finding the best development method, setting up consultation strategies, or calculating a project’s financial profitability, etc. Egis has all the expertise required to study regional development in a systemic way, including technology, finance and governance.
Regional Engineering, Interview with Jean-François Henric, an advisory consultant at Egis