2018 ESSENTIALSINNOVATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

WHO WE ARE

VINCI is a leading player in concessions and construction, operating in some 100 countries. Our goal is to contribute to building a more sustainable world by fully embracing our role as a private-sector partner working in the public interest.
 
194428
EMPLOYEES IN 2017
MORE THAN
3000
business units
 
270000
PROJECTS A YEAR
MORE THAN
100 COUNTRIES
Our goal is to build long-term value for our customers, shareholders, employees and partners, and for society at large.
2017 REVENUE
40.2 BILLION
2017 OPERATING INCOME 
FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES
4607MILLION
2017 NET INCOME 
ATTRIBUTABLE TO 
OWNERS OF THE PARENT
2737MILLION
ORDER BOOK
AT END-2017
 
29.3BILLION
MARKET
CAPITALISATION
AT END-2017

50.3BILLION

WHAT WE DO

Concessions

VINCI’s Concessions business designs, finances, builds and operates transport infrastructure and public amenities under public-private partnership arrangements.

2017
REVENUE
6945MILLION
 
2017 OPERATING INCOME
 FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES
3251MILLION
2017 NET INCOME
ATTRIBUTABLE TO
OWNERS OF THE PARENT
1689MILLION
 
14443
EMPLOYEES IN 2017
 

Contracting

VINCI is active in energy and information technology with VINCI Energies, road and rail works with Eurovia, and building and civil engineering with VINCI Construction.


 2017
REVENUE
32830MILLION
 
2017 OPERATING INCOME FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES
1260 MILLION
 

 2017 NET INCOME 
ATTRIBUTABLE TO 
OWNERS OF THE PARENT

793MILLION
 

 
 179026
EMPLOYEES IN 2017
 
 

WHAT WE DO / CONCESSIONS

VINCI Autoroutes

VINCI Autoroutes serves 10 regions in France,
 45 administrative departments, 14 major cities, over
 100 towns with a population of more than 10,000 and thousands of rural communities located near its motorway network under concession. As a partner to the French government and local authorities, VINCI Autoroutes is contributing to the development of inclusive, connected and safe mobility, a catalyst for economic and social cohesion.

4443 KM
OF MOTORWAYS IN FRANCE
The VINCI Autoroutes network comprises almost 4,500 km of motorways in the west and south of France.
Specially trained in winter maintenance, VINCI Autoroutes’ operations teams are equipped with almost 700 gritting and snow-removal machines.
OVER 2000000
CUSTOMERS EACH DAY
2017 REVENUE

5277 MILLION

French national day for road and motorway staff safety. October 2017.

Connected van

As part of its digital innovation policy, VINCI Autoroutes is testing this “connected van” with new equipment designed to increase the safety of the men and women in yellow who work
 on the motorway.
Focus on
Innovation

Totally autonomous drive through the toll plaza

On 12 July 2017, an autonomous vehicle manufactured by PSA passed through Europe’s largest toll plaza, at Saint Arnoult en Yvelines (on the VINCI Autoroutes network) without any action on the part of the driver, i.e. relying only on specific communication between the vehicle and the infrastructure.

WHAT WE DO / CONCESSIONS

VINCI Airports

VINCI Airports draws on its expertise as a full-service provider to develop, finance, build and operate airports. The 35 it manages in seven countries rank it among the world’s top five airport operators.

35
AIRPORTS
WORLDWIDE
2017 REVENUE
1409 MILLION
 
157 Million
PASSENGERS IN 2017
Enlargement and renovation works at Faro airport are supporting the expansion of tourism in the country and enhancing passenger comfort.
In March 2017, VINCI Airports won the concession for Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, and became official operator on 2 January 2018.
In 2017, for the first time, the three international Cambodian airports broke through the 8 million passenger mark, welcoming 8.8 million passengers over the 12-month period (up 25.1%).
Focus on
Innovation

Digital innovation in action

Self-service technology is deployed in several airports to smooth the different stages of the passenger pathway. Examples in Lisbon, Portugal, include registration terminals, automatic baggage drop-off points and eGates for automated boarding pass checks.

WHAT WE DO / CONCESSIONS

VINCI Highways

VINCI Highways is financing, building and operating, in conjunction with local partners, more than 3,200 km of motorways, bridges, tunnels and urban roads in 13 countries, and manages electronic toll collection services.

24 INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS UNDER CONCESSION IN 13 COUNTRIES
In Germany, as part of the A-Modell programme, VINCI Highways operates a 220 km network of motorways.
Completion and commissioning of two major motorways in Greece: Athens–Corinth–Patras (201 km) and Maliakos–Kleidi (230 km).
In Peru, the final 9 km section of the Lima ring road will be opened to traffic in 2018.

WHAT WE DO / CONCESSIONS

VINCI Railways

VINCI Railways operates the South Europe Atlantic high-speed line (SEA HSL), which opened in 2017. Also in France,
 it operates the national rail network’s GSM-Rail communication system, as well as the Rhônexpress light rail system in Lyon.

The SEA HSL, which opened in July 2017, reduces travel time between Paris and Bordeaux to two hours.
In December 2017, in collaboration with the startup Was Light, Rhônexpress inaugurated the world’s first electro-luminescent light rail train, as part
of the celebration of the city of Lyon’s traditional Festival of Lights.
Focus on
Innovation

A UNIQUE MACHINE FOR DAY-TO-DAY MONITORING OF THE LINE

French rail regulations call for an empty train to run every morning along high-speed lines to ensure that there are
no obstacles to operation of the commercial service. MESEA, a VINCI Railways subsidiary, developed a line inspection car that does not simply carry out visual inspections of the SEA HSL track but also carries on-board instruments to measure the signalling systems installed along the line.

WHAT WE DO / CONCESSIONS

VINCI Stadium

VINCI Stadium 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, all of which were built by the Group. In the UK, it operates the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium in London.

4 STADIUMS
in france
 
1 STADIUM
IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
5.3 million*

SPECTATORS IN 2017
* Tickets distributed.
Focus on
Innovation

ENHANCED APPLICATIONS

During the summer of 2017, the Stade de France launched an on-the-spot snack service (click & eat) via its application, which notched up more than 20,000 orders in six months. The Allianz Riviera launched the same service at the end of the year and is developing a new service on its app to allow spectators to watch slow-motion replays of match highlights on their smartphones.

WHAT WE DO / CONTRACTING

VINCI Energies

VINCI Energies is fast-tracking the rollout of new technologies to support two major shifts in a world undergoing constant change: digital transformation and the energy transition. With their strong regional roots and agile organisational structure, VINCI Energies business units are boosting the reliability, safety and efficiency of energy, transport and communication infrastructure, industrial facilities and other buildings.

2017 REVENUE

10759 MILLION
Omexom built the Sahel region’s largest solar power plant on a turnkey basis.
The plant is made up of 130,000 solar panels stretching over 60 hectares on the outskirts of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
2017 OPERATING INCOME

FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES

615 MILLION
2017 NET INCOME 
ATTRIBUTABLE TO 
OWNERS OF THE PARENT

361 MILLION
The acquisitions of PrimeLine Utility Services in the United States (currently being finalised) and Eitech in Sweden are further illustrations of VINCI Energies’ international expansion strategy.
In the Netherlands, Axians has won a multi-year contract in partnership with Cisco and IBM to design, roll out and operate a connected IoT platform that will transform the port of Rotterdam into the world’s smartest.
Focus on
Innovation

Augmented reality enhances industrial assistance

VINCI Energies has developed an assistance service harnessing augmented reality. The engineer at the plant and the engineer connected to the system from a remote location can diagnose issues simultaneously and thereby solve them more rapidly and effectively.

WHAT WE DO / CONTRACTING

EUROVIA

Eurovia serves communities by developing mobility solutions that cover design, construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure and urban development projects. Its innovation policy is focused on improving the environmental impact of the resources and products used in roadworks and developing new functions for infrastructure, such as the positive energy road.

2017 REVENUE

8112 MILLION
Opening of the first phase of the Regina Bypass in Canada, which is designed to improve safety on the Trans-Canada Highway, east of the city of Regina.
2017 OPERATING INCOME
FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES

301 MILLION
2017 NET INCOME 
ATTRIBUTABLE TO 
OWNERS OF THE PARENT

216 MILLION
Inauguration of the fountain at Queen Victoria Square in Hull, United Kingdom.
The 2,400 metre runway 4 renovation and marking project at Paris-Orly Airport took six weeks to complete and employed up to 500 people.
Focus on
Innovation

Power Road®, the positive energy road

INVENTING NEW FUNCTIONALITIES

A major innovation developed by Eurovia, Power Road® adds a further function to the road: thermal energy production. The process involves capturing heat from the sun, which can be stored and then transferred to nearby buildings and infrastructure using heat pumps.

WHAT WE DO / CONTRACTING

VINCI Construction

VINCI Construction, a global civil engineering group, designs and builds structures and infrastructure that address the major issues facing society, namely global warming, population growth and increasing mobility.

2017 REVENUE

13960 MILLION
Liquefied natural gas tanks 1 and 2 at the Yamal site in northern Siberia.
Diaphragm wall works at the worksite for Line 1 of the Bên Thành–Suôi Tiên metro in Ho Chi Minh City.
2017 OPERATING INCOME 
FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES

344 MILLION
2017 NET INCOME 
ATTRIBUTABLE TO 
OWNERS OF THE PARENT 

216 MILLION
The New Coastal Highway on Reunion Island is made up of an offshore viaduct and offshore causeways running parallel to the coast. It will provide a 12 km road connection between the city of Saint Denis and its commercial port.
Construction of the Marseillaise office building in Marseille, part of EuroMéditerranée project, one of Europe’s largest urban renewal programmes.
Focus on
Innovation

SMART SOLUTION FOR LIFTING A BRIDGE

ElevArch® is a novel method used to lift engineering structures that was designed and patented by Freyssinet.

WHERE WE OPERATE / KEY PROJECTS

Across its business lines, VINCI is intent on speeding up its international expansion focusing on markets with promising prospects. With this strategic drive, it expects to generate more than 50% of its revenue outside France in the decade starting in 2020.
41%
OF REVENUE GENERATED OUTSIDE FRANCE

France

The 302 km South Europe Atlantic Tours– Bordeaux high-speed line, which VINCI financed, built and now operates, was officially opened on 2 July 2017, a month ahead of schedule. It has cut travel time between Bordeaux and Paris to two hours.

Germany

VINCI Highways was awarded the concession for the A7-2 motorway (A-Modell), which stretches 60 km between the Bockenem and Göttingen interchanges. This is VINCI Highways’s fourth PPP in the country, where it now operates a network spanning 220 km.

West Africa

VINCI Energies won a contract to build a high-voltage line to interconnect four West African countries. The contract comprises four 225 kV overhead lines covering 1,000 km in Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Gambia.

Vietnam

VINCI Construction is contributing to improving drinking water supplies in Ho Chi Minh City by building a 10 km transfer tunnel to carry water into the central part of the country’s most populated metropolis.

Brazil

VINCI Airports was awarded the 30-year concession for Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães Airport in Salvador de Bahia on 16 March 2017.

United States / Europe

The acquisitions of PrimeLine Utility Services in the United States (currently being finalised), Eitech in Sweden, Infratek in Scandinavia and Horlemann in Germany are a few examples of VINCI Energies’ unprecedented external growth in 2017.

Australia

VINCI Construction has strengthened its presence in Oceania by acquiring Seymour Whyte, a specialist in road, engineering structure and water network construction.

Chile

Santiago’s metro Line 6, built by ETF (Eurovia), was officially opened at the end of 2017. This fully automatic line is 15 km long, connects 10 stations in seven towns across the Greater Santiago area, and is enhancing everyday mobility for over a million people.

WORKFORCE AT END-2017
BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA

Total
194428
EMPLOYEES
France
96621
Europe excl. France
54867
Americas
16496
Africa
13654
Rest of the world
12790

OUR COMMITMENTS

Because our projects are in the public interest, we apply a pragmatic and responsible development policy to design and implement the most efficient environmental and social solutions against the backdrop of the increasing scarcity of natural resources. This policy is structured by the Together Manifesto commitments.

Design
and build

Comply with
ethical principles

Promote
green growth

Engage in
civic projects

Strive for
zero accidents

Foster equality
and diversity
 

Promote
sustainable
careers

Share the
benefits of
our performance

CODE OF ETHICS AND CONDUCT
EMPLOYEES IN A POSITION TO COMMIT THE GROUP WHO HAVE ACKNOWLEDGED RECEIPT
FONDATION VINCI
POUR LA CITÉ

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEE SPONSORS
Greenhouse gas
emission

OUR STRATEGY FOR THE FUTURE

VINCI’s strategy is based on the joint development of the Group’s two core business, Concessions and Contracting, which are complementary in terms of their operating cycles, capital intensity and know-how. Year after year, VINCI broadens its model to include new geographies and new business activities.
AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS MODEL UNDERGOING CONSTANT REGENERATION
ACCELERATE DEVELOPMENT IN AIRPORT AND MOTORWAY INFRASTRUCTURE
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INNOVATION DRIVE