Marc Mimram (born 6 February 1955) has been involved in numerous projects, from civil engineering projects to housing and public facilities. Marc Mimram is a master of mathematical sciences, a graduate engineer from the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and a DPLG architect.
Since 1992, he has been developing, within the same structure, a dual activity of design office and architect-engineer. Marc Mimram Architecture et Ingénierie is headed by Marc Mimram and his partners Guillaume André and Martin Fougeras Lavergnolle.
As an architect-engineer, he is the author of numerous engineering and architectural projects in France and abroad, including the Solférino footbridge in Paris in 19996, which was awarded the “équerre d’argent” prize in 1999, a bridge over the Meuse at Chooz (Ardennes), the La Garde-Adhémar viaduct over the Donzère canal for the Mediterranean TGV line at La Garde-Adhémar (in collaboration with Bureau Greisch ) and the footbridge over the Célé at Figeac.
He is also the author of the Passerelle des deux rives on the Rhine between Kehl and Strasbourg. Recently, he designed the Airtime building for Icade in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, the headquarters of the Centre national de la musique.
A real technical feat, carried out in collaboration with Victor Buyck Steel Construction, with whom Mimram has worked many times. He has also built the Léopold Sédar-Senghor bridge in Nantes and the Coteaux Beauclair viaduct (under construction) for the extension of Line 11 of the Paris metro.
Source : site Marc Mimram architecture ingénierie
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