Integrated Intervention

Integrated interventions

The planning of the municipalities faces serious difficulties imposed by the systematic lack of long-term policies, for short-term emergencies, by the extreme fragmentation of municipal departments, the lack of technicians or by overloading of these, by the scarce resources that are intended for planning, by the needs of attendance of specific interests, by political agendas and electoral… and by our known culture of improvisation, the way and the temporary solution "more quick and cheap" that becomes permanent without solving the problems in the city.

The planned transformation of the cities has goals, instruments and short-term actions, medium and long term and, for that to succeed, must meet a systemic process since the General plans to effective actions in reality Hall:

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The 3C architecture and urbanism, from his experience of over a decade together Municipal administrations, developed the methodology of INTEGRATED INTERVENTION for COMPLEX URBAN PROBLEMS. Meets the demands of speech in that overlap several themes at the same time, as when the environment, housing, mobility and lack of infrastructure add up to form areas of insecurity. Or when the economic development of a region affects the historical heritage, threat to the environment or mobility-dependent. In these cases, the traditional structure of the prefectures has great difficulties to carry out comprehensive measures, to resolve the problems in a sustainable way. The fragmented administration in various departments and the pressures of everyday life will take the focus of actions actually required and the measures tend to be palliative or partial, given a theme at a time, without that coordination multiply the benefits and rationalize the invesimentos.

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What is the integrated intervention?

The integrated intervention is a methodological tool to identify complex urban problems, perform a detailed diagnosis of the situation and finally prepare a Plan of action of short, medium and long term. This plan describes the goals, actions, projects and works required, as well as the estimated costs and deadlines and indicates resource sources to carry out the works and interventions.

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How is the integrated intervention plan?

The INTEGRATED INTERVENTION PLAN is a document prepared in a short period (until 60 days) that allows the Municipality to define clearly the necessary interventions and solutions and estimate costs and deadlines in order to identify possible sources of funding for the preparation of EXECUTIVE PROJECTS and specific intervention works.

What is the origin of the resources for the realization of the plan?

THE Integrated intervention plan is hired directly by the local government which invests its own resources of little relevance. From that, the Administration has the tool for obtaining external resources, seeking approval and feasibility of the proposals with anticipation and avoiding bulky investment funds of the municipality. Final designs for the works can be carried out when resources are already guaranteed or when the feasibility of solutions is already determined. Focuses the investment of the municipality strategically.

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“There is no shortage of resources, There are good projects”

THE Integrated intervention plan, In addition to technical definitions, also identifies the political arrangements, institutional and financial required for the Municipal Administration set up a safe path, step-by-step, to start the search and fundraising for the contracting of projects and works. Supports, mostly the search along the sources of federal resources as OGU, Ministry of cities, Parliamentary amendments, PAC, FGTS, MCMV, BNDES, Cultural incentive laws, and other.

What problems you can face with an integrated intervention?

The plans and integrated intervention sectorial projects may require the concomitant confrontation of problems in all or some of the following dimensions:

  • HOUSING: new units, and qualifying existing housing reforms, redevelopment areas and resettlement, definition of reserve areas (AEIS type II), stimulus to private investment, application of the tools of the status of city, among other;
  • ENVIRONMENT: recovery and preservation of natural areas, parks and squares, House relocation and other activities in areas of APP and environmental risk areas, urbanization of green areas for recreational purposes, among other;
  • SANITATION: qualification of water supply, deployment of networks of collection and treatment of sewage, connection of housing in networks, coordinated actions with environmental recovery, among other;
  • MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT: implementation and qualification of the paving of roads and sidewalks, improvements in public transport, implementation of bikeways, signaling and safety of public roads, deployment of street furniture, accessibility, among other;
  • PUBLIC SERVICES: infrastructure, electricity and communication networks (telephony, TV, Internet), deployment and/or qualification of garbage collection, public lighting, among other;
  • PUBLIC FACILITIES: implementation and expansion of the offer of education at the various levels, health, Security, welfare and recreation (squares and public spaces), among other;
  • HERITAGE: actions and preservation initiatives, environmental heritage protection and recovery, landscape, architectural, historical and cultural, plans for preservation and restoration of heritage, environmental and patrimonial education;
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: actions and initiatives to generate employment and income, integration with the development policies of the municipality, definition of economic arrays (activities), encouragement and support to entrepreneurship, among other;
  • AGRARIAN REGULARIZATION: actions and initiatives of formalization of property, cadastral regularization, plant qualification and deployment of values and of tax collection, among other;
  • LEGISLATION: effective application of urbanistic legislation, qualification of local legislation, effective use of the instruments of the status of City, Construction codes, Impact studies, among other.

How we work

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The 3 c team has extensive experience in PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES mastering tools and methodologies that ensure the effective participation of the community and of the various agents interested via direct queries, meetings, workshops and public hearings for discussion, presentation and approval of the various stages of the preparation of plans and projects.

3C Arquitetura e Urbanismo

Founded in 1999, has experience in the preparation of technical services for PLANS, PROJECTS and CONSULTING Local planning areas, Urban and Regional; Urban planning and urban design; Social interest housing; Institutional Architecture; Sustainability and environment; Geographic information systems; Participatory processes and elaboration and follow-up of fundraising projects.

Customers: Prefectures of Pelotas, Ijuí, Bagé, Garibaldi, Santa Tereza, Camaquã, Carlos Barbosa, Rio Pardo, Flores da Cunha, Triumph, São Francisco de Paula, Nova Palma, Boqueirão do Leão, Santo Antônio da Patrulha, Rio do Sul (SC) and others like Itaipu binational, Itaipu Technological Park, FACOS, housing cooperatives.