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

2017 Key figures

Revenue:
€258m

Cash flow from operations:
€51m

Operating profit from ordinary activities:
€3m

Net income attributable to owners of the parent:
€19m

1,409 employees

VINCI Highways

VINCI Highways is financing, building and operating, in conjunction with local partners, 26 road infrastructure assets around the world, comprising more than 1,800 km of motorways, bridges and tunnels, together with almost 1,300 km of urban roads.

VINCI Railways

VINCI Railways is leading the construction of the South Europe Atlantic high-speed line. Also in France, it operates part of the national rail network GSM-Rail communication system, as well as the Rhônexpress light rail system in Lyon.

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. In the UK, it operates the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium in London.

Perspectives

VINCI expects its Concessions business to post further revenue growth in 2017. VINCI Highways’ revenue will rise significantly resulting from the business generated by the new concessions acquired outside France.

2017 will be a very busy year in terms of programme management, significant works programmes are under way at Santiago-Arturo Merino Benítez Airport, on the Moscow–St Petersburg motorway in Russia, the Bogotá–Girardot motorway in Colombia and the Regina Bypass in Canada.

It will also be a highly active year in terms of operation. The South Europe Atlantic high-speed rail line between Tours and Bordeaux, which VINCI will operate for 44 years, is set to open to traffic in France. VINCI has also taken over the operation of the motorways in Colombia and Peru that it recently consolidated.

In all the concession businesses, the innovation policy, which is geared to new digital resources, will support the ongoing development of services by devising smartphone applications that facilitate mobility and enhance the user experience.