Home Caisse des Dépôts Group

Scet pursues its development with Aatiko Conseils and Citadia

Scet pursues its external growth strategy becoming on 28 June a majority shareholder of Citadia group, one of the major companies in town and land use planning, and on 3 July of Aatiko Conseils, specialized in the strategy and management of social housing bodies.

Territory development
04July2017

Scet the majority shareholder in Citadia group

 

Logo Citadia

By becoming the majority shareholder (60%) of Citadia Conseil on 28 June, Scet (300 employees), a subsidiary company of Caisse des Dépôts that provides consultancy and support for territory projects, significantly enhances its ability to support territorial development strategies. This coming together of two major project consultancy and development stakeholders enables them to offer a highly extensive range of complementary and integrated skills, over the entire project engineering process and to offer the territories a comprehensive range of services.

Citadia group (120 employees) is made up of Citadia Conseil and its four subsidiaries: Even Conseil, Aire Publique, Citadia Design and Mercat. Each of these subsidiaries operates in a key local land planning and development sector – territorial and regulatory planning, environmental performance, urban programming, urban design, urban and landscape project management, consultancy and public communication.

 

Scet the majority shareholder in Aatiko Conseils

O Petrucci, S Keïta, PL Roussel, F Barral et JH Duchesne
Scet's acquisition of a majority share (91%) in Aatiko strengthens its growth strategy which began in 2016 with the acquisition of CEI, a real estate valuation and consultancy company, and of Citadia group. Scet is expanding so its range of expertise and, in line with Caisse des Dépôts' strategic focus areas, is bolstering its role as a key stakeholder in local development. It is also enhancing its ability to develop its network, which currently has more than 80 social housing bodies, representing approximately 300,000 housing units located throughout metropolitan and overseas France.

Aatiko Conseils provides support to social housing bodies in their business, organisation and management strategy, their housing policies, information systems, digital tools, regulatory developments and operational assistance.

Haut de page