VINCI is a global player in concessions and construction, employing close to 191,000 people in some 100 countries.
We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all.
Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.
And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities.
Our goal is thus to build long-term value for our customers, shareholders and employees, and for society at large.
With VINCI Autoroutes
In France, we have 4,386 km of motorways under concession. Our network is used daily by more than 2 million customers, to whom we offer a high level of service.
With VINCI Concessions
We support our concession-granting partners around the world in the design, financing, programme management, operation and maintenance of their major public infrastructure and amenities such as airports, road and rail infrastructure, car parks and stadiums.
With VINCI Energies
We help business clients and public authorities in 45 countries to deploy, equip, operate and optimise their energy, transport and communication infrastructure, industrial sites and buildings.
We are a world leader in transport infrastructure (roads, rail and so on) and urban development, and we operate a network of quarries and industrial facilities (binder plants, hot mix plants, etc.).
With VINCI Construction
A global player in construction, operating in some 100 countries, we deliver a comprehensive array of capabilities in building, civil engineering, hydraulic engineering and construction-related specialities.
Taking full advantage of air traffic growth
Eurovia teams executed all the construction works for the first tram line in the Brest urban area. Inaugurated on 23 June 2012, the 14.3 km line with its 27 stops connects the city’s main residential and business districts.
Coordinating a monumental worksite
Construction of the 302 km high-speed rail line between Tours and Bordeaux is currently Europe’s largest infrastructure project. Led by VINCI and its partners, the public-private partnership project employed 8,000 people in 2013, including over 2,000 local hires. By the end of the year, more than 80% of the earthworks had been completed, as had 321 civil engineering structures, with a further 159 still under construction.
Supporting manufacturers in their export markets
Actemium (VINCI Energies) is supporting Renault’s international expansion programme by installing the body assembly lines for the Logan, Duster and Dokker models in plants in Tangier (Morocco), Curitiba (Brazil) and Pitesti (Romania), as well as the Lada models in Togliatti (Russia).
Improving the motorway’s environmental footprint
Between 2010 and 2013, the green motorway package resulted in 1,800 worksites spread over all VINCI Autoroutes networks, creating 6,000 direct jobs and as many indirect jobs. The programme led to older sections of motorway being upgraded to the environmental standards applied to newer sections.
Turning architects’ boldest ideas into concrete reality
VINCI Construction, in its role as general contractor, used unique design and team coordination methods to build the Louis Vuitton Foundation in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris. This building-sculpture, dedicated to contemporary art, was designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Innovating to improve productivity and safety
ETF (Eurovia) developed a special track laying method and tool, the continuous welded rail (CWR) “pusher” wagon, to build the high-speed rail line in eastern France (phase 2) between Metz and Strasbourg. Obviating the need for a temporary track, the innovative method enables 400 metre sections of track to be laid directly, thereby improving productivity and safety while economising materials.
contributing to economic development
Sogea-Satom, VINCI Construction’s African subsidiary, has created the Dî irrigation perimeter in Burkina Faso. The project is intended to support sustainable economic growth by irrigating 2,300 hectares, enabling farmers to significantly boost their yields from land that suffers from the very long dry seasons typical of the Sahel.
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