Budapest, Szentháromság Square
Licensing and implementation plan
The planning permission documentation for the redevelopment of Szentháromság Square - Szentháromság Street - Hess András Square in Budapest was prepared in 2014. According to the design specification, the project area, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site of monumental significance, was to be designed with a uniform surface by raising the road level to pavement level. Furthermore, the drainage and green areas of the area were to be improved.
Budapest, Táncsics Mihály Street
Pavement renovation plan
On behalf of the Municipality of Budavár, Budapest I. District, we prepared the unified road construction plan for the "Budapest I. District Táncsics Mihály Street (Bécsi kapu Square - Boldog XI. Ince pápa Street)" section. In addition to the road and traffic engineering design, the design also included storm water drainage and the reconstruction of street lighting. Thanks to our work, an iconic part of the capital has been renovated in a classic way.
Budapest, Rózsa Street
Parking and road planning
Preparation of a complete set of permit and construction plans covering all sections of the road reconstruction of the bus loaded section of Rózsa Street (Árpád Road - Görgey Artúr Street), obtaining the necessary permits and approvals for the construction, and preparation of tender documents.
Cycle path planning
In Békéscsaba, we prepared the construction permit and design plans for internal and external cycle paths, roads, side roads, pavements and green areas. In addition to preparing the permit and design plans for the stormwater drainage system, we also carried out the official licensing.
We were honoured to win the "Cycle Route of the Year" award in 2023 for this project.
Sustainable Urban Mobility Concept (SUMP)
The aim of developing a sustainable mobility plan was to bring together and prioritise existing ideas and those that had been identified through extensive data collection. The aim was not to accelerate the process of motorisation, but to provide incentives to encourage a slow but steady modal shift. The validation of the plan was preceded by a process of socialisation.
National University of Public Service
Transport impact study
A Transport Impact Study was prepared for the new campus master plan of the National University of Public Service, Faculty of Military and Defence Studies. The document estimated the expected transport impacts based on land use, considering all sub-sectors and highlighting potential risks. The interventions proposed by the impact assessment aimed to minimise the road traffic generated by the project, while respecting the highest building certification and sustainability criteria.