Project-Team

 

Follow-up comittee

Marie Chabrol, architecte - urbanist,
Urbapilot director

Bernard Roth, INTA scientific comittee, director of Pericles Développement

Thierry Sarda, COO DTA Medical

Michel Sudarskis, INTA's general secretary

 

INTA

inta transparence

18, rue Daval,
75011, Paris, France


Contact :
Michel Sudarskis
Mail :
intainfo@inta-net.org
Website :
inta-aivn.org

The international association of urban development intervenes all over the world to provide assistance to local public and private leaders in analyzing the issues, identifying the potential of the territories, and producing innovative solutions. The association benefits from consolidated experience in the elaboration and co-production of urban strategies with local project-management teams.

By animating a network of urban actors for over 40 years, INTA participates in the daily sharing, dissemination and capitalization of know-how in the field of integrated urban development.

INTA works in a transversal and international way, relying on the capitalization of the achievements of the practitioners and elected representatives of its network, in all fields of urban development. For this program, it will solicit international practitioners in sectors related to health, well-being and their consideration in territorial development : Community Health, Prevention, Aging, Digital Services, Social Watch for Vulnerable Populations, Urban Management and Inclusion of hospital, Public space and appeasement of the urban environment ... It also relies on a technical secretariat, composed of permanent representatives of the association.

Urbapilot

urbapilot transparence

25, rue de l’Est,
75020, Paris, France

Contact :
Marie Chabrol
Mail:
m.chabrol
@urbapilot.com
Website:
urbapilot.com

Urbapilot is a consulting and research agency in urban planning and urban programming led by Marie Chabrol, architect-urban planner, graduated in Engineering with High Environmental Quality.

Urbapilot aims to design and experiment with all actors of the urban unprecedented programs in the areas of planning, real estate, services, and to support the climate change adaptation of cities and territories. With original methods and tailor-made tools, Urbapilot works to facilitate exchanges between actors from various horizons to bring out original solutions and create the conditions for innovation.

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