Presentation of the agency
C&E is an engineering and architecture firm with a multidisciplinary team of architects and engineers. The firm currently has some twenty employees and about ten partners who are asked to discuss design developments. We handle around fifty projects every year in such fields as housing and facilities, bridges and footbridges, earthquake-reinforcements structural design, Ultra High-Performance Fibre-Reinforced concrete design, temporary installations and finally sustainability including re-use of materials.
Our convictions and commitment to Engineering and Architecture design process have led us to be open to all type of materials, construction processes and programs and this has enabled us to continually renew and expand our skills and design capabilities.
Activities and trades
A new operational practice has emerged: the valorisation of the local rootedness of architectural projects from the moment they are realised in close collaboration with clients, suppliers and local contexts that allow the technological and production know-how to be fed. At a time of hyper-normalisation and hyper-regularisation, it is the singular, the local that emerges. This hypothesis gives rise to a new methodological practice: hybridization, which goes beyond simple one-off adaptation.
We note that it functions on the principle of transformation, or even the genesis of new constructive systems. Hybridization emerges from the interaction between different systems, different contexts, different labour markets and skill structures, different infrastructures. Hybridization of technical solutions characterizes the production of architectural equipment and housing today.
Study that seeks to check the technical and economic feasibility of the structure and roofing, doors and windows for a project.
Study that seeks to assess the vulnerability of the structure of an existing construction when subject to static or dynamic loads.
Project management assignment
Designing an engineering and architecture project. This assignment can also include site monitoring.
This involves compiling the documents required for the contractor to perform the work
Projects geographical localisation
We currently work in mainland France but also on foreign construction projects. We operate or have operated in America (North American, Canada, Martinique and Haiti), Europe (Switzerland and the U.K.) Africa (Algeria, Gabon, Qatar, Morocco and Tunisia) Asia (South Korea and China).
Professional qualifications have been obtained from the construction industry qualification body OPQIBI (Organisme Professionnel de Qualification de l’Ingénierie Bâtiment Industrie). OPQIBI qualification certificates are officially recognised in the French Public Works Code as proof of the candidates’ abilities (article 45)..
OPQIBI qualification No.: 00121448
Structural design, regular concrete structures
Structural design, complex concrete structures
Structural design, regular metal structures
Structural design, complex metal structures
Structural design, regular wooden structures
Structural design, complex wooden structures
Design, works restoration
Design, regular roofing, doors and windows for building trades
Design, complex roofing, doors and windows for building trades
Design, curtain walls and incorporated glazing elements
Civil engineering and regular structural work
Arthur ALLARD, Engineer • Joanna BARREIRO, Architect • Ammon BAYERLE, Architect • Mathilde BELLEC, Architect • Christophe BERTHAUT, Architect • Olivier BETTING, Engineer • Élise BON, Architectural Engineer • Johanna CARRIÈRE, Assistant • Matthias CARRIÈRE, Architectural Engineer • Christophe CHICHE, Engineer • Michelle CLAUDÉ, Draughtsman • Jean-Louis CLÉMENT, Engineer • Dominique CORVEZ, Architectural Engineer • Louise DE BONET D’OLÉON, Architectural Engineer • Lamia DZANOUNI, Assistant • Raphaël FABBRI, Architectural Engineer • Tiffany GAHIÉ, Assistant • Brieuc GRAILLOT-DENAIX, Architect • Joachim GUILLAUME, Architect • Yulia IMAMUTDINOVA, Architect • Léa INGOLD-PRADEL, Architect • Rafael JASNIAK, Architectural Engineer • Matthieu JÉGU, Assistant • Mathilde LACAZE, Architect • Elsa LAROCHE, Architect • Claire LEROY, Architectural Engineer • Simon LODS, Architectural Engineer • Jonathan MARTINS, Assistant • Marie MAZEAU, Architectural Engineer • Elsa-Sarah MEININGER, Assistant • Momchil MIHAYLOV, Architect • Samuel NAGEOTTE, Architectural Engineer • Nastassia NASSER, Architect • Nastassia NASSER, Architect • Alba NZAME EYOGO, Architect • Jérémy POUCIN, Architect Engineer • Marie PRUD’HOMME, Engineer trainee • Hélène RAVANT, Assistant • Guillaume RANCHIN, Architectural Engineer • Gisèle ROBERT, Assistant • Albin ROUSSEAU, Architectural Engineer • Xavier SANCHEZ-INCERA, Engineer • Claire SCHRAEN, Architectural Engineer • François SEIGNOL, Architect • Yuning SONG, Architect • Marie STÉPHAN, Architectural Engineer • Marino TOSI, Engineer • Karell VERTET, Architectural Engineer
Consultants to improve design development
Henry BARDSLEY, Consultant engineer (FR) • Cédric BODEREAU, Senior technician Plans B • Alain BORNAREL, Engineer from Tribu Concevoir-Durable (FR) • Victor DAVIDOVICI, Engineer from Dynamique Concept (FR) • Vassil DRAGANOV, Engineer from Silman (EU) • Jérôme PETITGUYOT, Engineer from AMO Bois, Athlance (FR) • Georg PIRCHER, Engineer from Sofistik (DE) • Sébastien ROMIEUX, Engineer from Fondetud (FR) • Guilain ROVARINO, Engineer SC Structures • Robert Jan VAN SANTEN, Architect with VS-A (FR, CN) • Martin VEITH, Architect with Atelier de l’Echiquier (FR) • Wolfgang WINTER, Wood Consultant Engineer for internal thermal insulation (AT)