A great moment of joy !

SUD architects is delighted to be able to share a moment of great joy: the first steps on the access ramp to the future 1,500-seat bike station at Part-Dieu station.
A structure weighing 100 tonnes, 30m in diameter, 4m wide and 80m long.
Each of the 11 sections making up the ramp arrived by special convoy, and the final assembly took place on the night of Tuesday 5 September.
The ramp is an integral part of the project, now under way, to restructure →the Part-Dieu Multimodal Interchange Hub in Lyon, under the direction of SUD architects.
Delivery and a new image for the station in 2024!

Located in front of the station's main entrance, the Place Béraudier will be redeveloped and fitted with a 1,000 m² circular metal canopy. An emblematic feature of the station and a real technical feat, this canopy will provide access to the lower levels, which will be created entirely on an occupied site. The square below will provide a new public space with shops and restaurants. This "lower square" will also provide access to the metro, a taxi rank, a car park with 1,032 spaces and a cycle station with around 1,500 spaces spread over two levels, encouraging the use of soft modes of transport.

Congratulations to the whole team:

Architects : SUD architects
Structural design : SETEC
Infrastructure design : EGIS tunnel
Civil engineering design : EGIS bâtiment
Lighting designer : ON ECLAIRAGE
Construction management : EGIS
Basin project management : Hydratec
Control offices : Qualiconsult, Socotec
OPC : SETEC Opency
Manufacture and assembly of the ramp : SCOP Cabrol, Entreprise Julien et fils
Photography : Devisubox/ SPL Lyon Part-Dieu
Video : Sophie Tadja, architecte