VINCI Concessions designs, finances, builds and operates transport infrastructure and public amenities under public-private partnership arrangements.
VINCI Energies, Eurovia and VINCI Construction form a network of capabilities and companies operating throughout the world.
VINCI Autoroutes holds the biggest motorway network under concession in Europe and constantly invests in the construction and improvement of its network. Its employees work to continuously improve the quality of the service they offer.
Directed by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, The Life and Soul of the Party is a short film presented by non-profit organisation Ferdinand and the VINCI Autoroutes Foundation for Responsible Driving to alert young people to the dangers of drink-driving.
A range of services to facilitate driver mobility.
With operations in 11 countries, VINCI Highways is financing, building and operating around 20 road infrastructure assets worldwide.
An international player in the airport sector and full-service provider to local authorities, VINCI Airports optimises the management of existing airports and executes airport extension or new-build projects.
For a more comfortable customer experience and to offer passengers additional services.
In France, VINCI Railways is managing the construction of the South Europe Atlantic high-speed rail line between Tours and Bordeaux, and operates the Rhônexpress light rail system in Lyon. In Belgium, VINCI Railways operates the Liefkenshoek underground rail link, which is used for freight transport in the Port of Antwerp.
In France, VINCI Stadium built and operates the Stade de France in Saint Denis, near Paris, the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux, the Allianz Riviera in Nice and the MMArena in Le Mans. In the UK, VINCI Stadium has been operating the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium in London since 2015.
VINCI Energies works in 51 countries, helping public authorities and business clients roll out, equip, operate and optimise their energy, transport and communication infrastructure, industrial facilities and buildings.
VINCI Energies is teaming up with partners throughout its ecosystem - local authorities, customers, industries, startups - to leverage its broad range of expertise across a wide variety of sectors.
Eurovia serves local authorities by developing mobility solutions for their transport infrastructure projects (roads, motorways, railways, light rail systems) and urban development projects, and by providing services (road network management and maintenance). Eurovia also operates a network of more than 400 quarries and industrial facilities (binder and coating plants).
Eurovia's R&D centre in Mérignac has been driving innovation to enhance safety and protect the environment, since its inception.
VINCI Construction is a global operator active in about 100 countries and eight sectors: buildings, facilities, transport infrastructure, hydraulic infrastructure, renewable and nuclear energy, environmental engineering, oil and gas, and mining.
VINCI Construction is committed to the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to optimise the building and infrastructure design process and facilitate coordination among all partners involved in a construction project.
At the end of 2015, VINCI Energies’ local subsidiary Electrix (power grid operation, maintenance and renewal) won Auckland’s smart lighting contract.
In October 2015, Entrepose and VINCI Construction Grands Projets completed construction of the walls holding the fourth liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tank in Yamal, Siberia, 400 km beyond the Arctic Circle.
In July 2015, VINCI and its partner companies completed the mammoth earthworks and civil engineering works for the South Europe Atlantic Tours–Bordeaux high-speed rail line (340 km in just 38 months).
At the beginning of 2015, VINCI Concessions signed a 25-year contract including the operation, upkeep and maintenance of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
In October 2015, VINCI (in a consortium with ADP and Astaldi) took over operations at Santiago de Chile international airport. It will also build a new terminal to double the airport’s capacity.
In July 2015, Eurovia won four new roadworks contracts under an infrastructure renovation programme in Florida, via its American subsidiary Hubbard.