Placing our expertise in built heritage
at the heart of your environmental challenges
Our 900 architects, conservation architects, urban planners, designers, engineers, construction economists, programming consultants, and researchers develop methods aimed at restoring and conserving built heritage in the city and territories of tomorrow.
Through heritage we introduce innovations that help meet climate challenges, improve the living environment, keep historic buildings alive and vibrant, as well as safeguard historic centres by improving their energy performance and preserving natural resources.
From survey to strategy: a unique method tailored to complex and uncommon situations
The industrial and railway built heritage is exceptionally rich and AREP's complex and challenging projects contribute to protecting and highlighting it. Workshops, historic monuments, 19th and 20th-century giant superstructures have inspired unique restoration and rehabilitation methods bringing together science and engineering, history and culture.