E.S.S.E.N.C.E was created to help conscientious businesses and governments achieve sustainability by understanding and managing their life cycles and by reducing their environmental impacts. To this end, E.S.S.E.N.C.E delivers solid tools, guidance and and expertise to these organizations.
We support the inclusion of environmental issues into business strategies, driven by innovation and value creation. Today, these issues have widened the socio-economic impacts and place sustainable development at the heart of enterprise performance management.
In a crisis, our approaches clearly show that the consideration of the environment is of advantage a vector of differentiation, business growth and operational performance than a cost.
Thus, the integration of environmental and social issues in your overall performance can be at three levels of value creation:
Defend the attractiveness of your business, your brand and your market positioning
Increase sales and profitability of your business
To innovate, differentiate and prepare tomorrow's markets
Our services :
Many project owners and their project management teams appear to be poor in the face of the complexity of environmental rules and procedures, even if they seek to be "simplified", etc.
Our activities :
E.S.S.E.N.C.E provides a range of solutions for integrating urban and rural mobility needs, and ensuring continuous improvement in network performance with an economically viable and sustainable approach.
From planning, studies and design to operations, E.S.S.E.N.C.E specialists develop road, municipal and private networks, public transit systems as well as active transportation networks for pedestrians and cyclists, with a focus on creating systems that are accessible and safe for everyone on the move.
Our approach to DDT:
The "Spaces" component: We will distinguish two opposite types of spaces:
"rural areas" and "natural spaces" which are continuous assemblies of non-built, non-building spaces that may have inclusions of built-up spaces or non-constructible spaces, "built life frames" which are continuous assemblies of built-up spaces that may have inclusions of unbuilt spaces that are not constructible or constructible.
In terms of ownership and management, we will distinguish public or private spaces.In terms of protection, we will talk about built heritage, natural spaces and landscapes.
In terms of planning, we will talk about land use planning (MAT) that are buildings and equipment.MATs that are networks are considered separately.