A look back in pictures at the site visit organised yesterday evening by AMO AuRA Architecture et Maîtres d'Ouvrage. It was a great opportunity to see the progress being made on the future "low square" designed by SUD architectes in front of the main entrance to Part-Dieu station in Lyon.

The Place Béraudier is currently being redeveloped, and has recently been fitted with a 1,000 m² circular metal canopy.
An emblematic feature of the station and a real technical feat, this canopy overhangs the access to a new "lower square". The Place Béraudier, extended below, will serve the Part-Dieu metro station, a cycle station with around 1,500 spaces on two levels, a taxi rank, shops and restaurants, and a 1,032-space car park.

This project is an integral part of the redevelopment of the multimodal interchange hub at Part-Dieu station in Lyon, due for completion at the end of 2024!

Many thanks to Frédérique LAFAY, Director of AMO AuRA Architecture et Maîtres d'Ouvrage, and her team!
A pleasure to present the project alongside :

Florent Sainte Fare Garnot, Managing Director, SPL Lyon Part-Dieu,
Guillaume BRUGE, Director of Communications, SPL Lyon Part-Dieu,
Guillermo GARCIA RODRIGUEZ, Place Basse Project Manager, SPL Lyon Part-Dieu,
Mounir BOUDISSA, Place Basse Project Manager, SPL Lyon Part-Dieu

The "Place basse" project team:
Owner: SPL Lyon Part-Dieu, SCCV TO LYON (VINCI Immobilier)
Architects : SUD architectes
BET Structures: setec
Building and civil engineering design: Egis bâtiment
Lighting designer: ON Eclairage
Prime contractor: Egis
Basin project management: Hydratec
Control offices: Groupe Qualiconsult, SOCOTEC
OPC: Setec opency

Aerial views: DEVISUBOX/ SPL Lyon Part-Dieu