• Latin America, Master Planning, Mexico, Retail, Valle de Tizayuca, agriculture, government, mixed-use, residential
  • Latin America, Master Planning, Mexico, Retail, Valle de Tizayuca, agriculture, government, mixed-use, residential

Valle de Tizayuca

The Tizayuca Valley project is part of the development plan for the State of Hidalgo - “State Development Plan 2005-2011”. The main intent was to set the vocation of the area, establishing productive systems, with a view to sustainable development, that can improve the quality of life of its inhabitants inclusive of respect for the environment. The project takes this framework as its main focus making the primary purpose of the study the implementation of a network of dynamic nodes with mixed uses capable of integrating a high quality of services such as airports, logistic and industrial parks, dry port and networks for freight and passenger trains, all allowing connectivity between business, residential and the workplace.

EDSA provided both a broad master plan perspective of what this region can be as well as a detailed look at how it can impact the people and future economy of those living within its borders. The resulting plan combined social, geographic, transportation and geological elements. Equipped with this guide, the government of the State of Hidalgo can ensure improved quality of life of its inhabitants, inclusive of respect for the environment. Awarded with a FLASLA Award of Excellence in Analysis and Planning category in 2010.

Location:
State of Hidalgo, Mexico
Client:
Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
Scope:
Master Planning
Scale:
75,000 Hectares