Eiffage is one of Europe’s leading operators in construction and concessions.
Eiffage is a French group founded in 1993 from the merger of two main contractors, Fougerolles (1844) and SAE (1924). Today, Eiffage is one of Europe’s leading operators in construction and concessions.
Eiffage deploys its expertise through four branches, declined in nine business lines: Construction, Real estate, Urban development, Roads, Civil engineering, Structural steel, Rail, Energy Systems and Concessions. Eiffage in Canada belongs to Infrastructures division which groups Eiffage’s Roads works, heavy civil construction, rail and structural steel.
In 1989, Eiffage was a pioneer in employee’s share ownership. Today, employee share ownership is an asset and is part of the Eiffage Group’s DNA. Eiffage experience working as General Contractor on major projects under a wide range of delivery methods (bid & build, design and build, ECI, IPD, EPC, P3, etc.).
In 2019, Eiffage relies on the experience of more than 72,500 employees worldwide and generated a revenue in excess of € 18.1 billion (CA $ 27 billion).
The need for low carbon
With the consequences of climate change becoming ever more visible and posing increasing risks to our health and the environment, Eiffage has made innovation and the ecological transition two pillars of its strategic plan since 2016, harnessing its power of innovation to create sustainable, low-carbon cities and infrastructure. Eiffage’s teams of engineers are fostering, creating and developing new construction methods, types of infrastructure, sources of energy, energy management systems and forms of mobility.
Employee share ownership
Employee share ownership forms the cornerstone of our independence and gives our employees a direct share in the Group’s results and performance. The plan is regarded and embraced by employees as a means of boosting compensation and commitment and crucially, building a common mindset.
Eiffage, a pioneer in employee share ownership for close to 30 years, boasts a very high level of share ownership among its employees – higher than that of any other SBF120 company. This reflects our teams’ trust and commitment to the Group.
Grand Paris France
Almost 80% of our employees are shareholders
Ariane 6 launch pad
The Paradise Park photovoltaic facility in Jamaica
Grand Paris project
Bretagne-Pays de la Loire high speed rail
Luma Foundation, Arles - France
Millau Viaduct - France
Grand Tortue/Ahmeyim gas terminal
The future High Speed 2 (HS2) United Kingdom