Proceedings of The 11th International Conference on Humanities, Psychology and Social Sciences
Urban benchmarking: a managerial approach for a better urban project. Cases: Rennes, Euralille, Bilbao, and Constantine
MOUHOUBI Nedjima, SASSI BOUDEMAGH Souad
The fabric of the city has changed, not only because of urban development and rapid urbanization, but also because of knowledge and technologies evolution. The urban project is one of the new emerging practices. It is an approach aiming to better produce the city, but also extremely difficult to implement and Control on urban field. That’s why a management of this approach is a necessary and the Benchmarking as a managerial tool, which aim to learning on the base of successful models, is to be explored. This paper aims to assess the Modernization Project of Constantine Metropolis (PMMC) in the light of successful urban projects which are the Rennes Urban Project, Euralille and Bilbao. it highlights the best practices from the study of these test benches. The results can help the implementation of urban projects and can serve as success factors in this process both in Algeria and in the world.
Keywords: project management; cities; urbanism; managerial comparison; success factors.