Group PHB

Urban development planning

Agglomeration management primarily consists of offering public and private services such as improving living conditions, safety, traffic and parking to urban residents. Urban practices can vary from one city to another according to the geographical and cultural criteria. However, the core concerns related to commercial activity, residence, circulation and alteration work remain the same while respecting both the environment and the historic inheritance.

Efficient city planning and zoning

The high resolution imagery associated with LiDAR cartography provides a very efficient tool for city development and zoning planning. It simplifies data acquisition tasks by automating, and thus accelerating, data collection as well as being unobstrusive to local operations. This method both simplifies and enables the following operations:

City Urban Development Planning - Group PBH
  • Water quality and inventory of wetlands;
  • Three-dimensional mapping of urban zones;
  • Simulate building projects in a three-dimensional visual environment;
  • Surface water drainage studies and water treatment planning;
  • Planning and optimization of waste collection and waste management;
  • Urban architecture and sound profusion control;
  • Planning of bicycle paths and improvement of the existing road network;
  • Analysis and planning of vegetation cover in residential zones, parks and recreation areas;
  • Optimization studies of the existing road network;
  • Improvement of traffic routing through urban zones;
  • Planning of individual developments (open areas, structures, security installations, etc.);