Make tomorrow today
Together with our customers we want to improve the quality of life in public spaces
The topics we deal with in our work are also part and parcel of everyday life. Stefan Weigele, one of the founders of civity, for example, rides a bicycle "as often as possible", according to his colleague Frank Zschoche. “I do still have a car. And I enjoy driving it,” he says describing his preferences. In-depth examination of the subject leads to great proximity to the tasks we encounter in the projects and to a lively culture of discussion. Our employees are as diverse as their mobility behaviour.
It is this passion and conviction that has made us one of the leading consulting companies for the transport, utilities and waste management sectors. We want to advance our customers, but also society. We are determined to improve the quality of life in public spaces. Our name civity contains much of what motivates us: city, activity, civilisation, velocity, civitas, vivere.
We are constantly working to improve our expertise and skills. With our change experts we accompany the necessary changes by focusing on people, helping companies to communicate correctly and deal with resistance. Our Data Analytics team enables us to integrate new perspectives and possibilities into our work, to substantiate forecasts with new data bases and to make digitalisation a very practical experience.
We advise municipal transport companies and public authorities as well as global automotive groups. We are sometimes in an urban environment while other projects may cover an entire region or the whole country. We operate internationally, penetrating markets comprehensively.
We have built up a special team for this purpose over the years. Our employees want to make a difference and they work on these topics with dedication and enthusiasm. We embrace the flexibility demanded by our clients, also at our own company. We ensure a good mix where young professionals and seasoned colleagues work together in interdisciplinary teams. Our appreciative culture is particularly evident in exceptional situations and our direct feedback culture leads us to constantly question our approach.
After all, this is the only way we can help shape the future of public space.