Our approach

Designing a road means responding to one or more needs for mobility. A good project aims to understand these needs, sizing the infrastructure based on the traffic flows, and identifying the best design solutions to ensure the safety of users.

Building a new road also means making a radical change in the territory that will host it and face significant economic and social investments. A good design should ensure the durability of the works, and aim to reduce construction and maintenance costs.
Designing a road network is not equivalent to simply drawing a path on a map; it means inserting a new object in the territory, studying the interactions with the environment, the landscape, the urban settlements.

NET envisages a road as a complex system, which uses the latest technology to setup and maintain a constant dialogue between the infrastructure, its vehicles and users; a system that allows the monitoring of traffic flows and accidents, in order to optimise the response capabilities of the infrastructure’s managing authority; a system in which the infrastructure is able to produce energy and value.


Strategic transport planning

Transport economics

Traffic surveys (RP and SP)

Transport modelling

Economic & financial assessment, Cost-Benefit Analysis

Transport-system engineering

Consensus building

Project communication towards stakeholders

Cartography, surveys and investigations

Hydraulic engineering

Road layout tracing

Road safety

Pavement design

Geology and Geotechnics

Structural engineering and tunnelling

Environmental impact

Energy efficiency and environmental sustainability

Technical systems

Road-toll modelling

Price calculation and analysis

Contracts and construction terms

Building-site engineering

ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems)

Design-and-construction planning and supervision