At VINCI, this notion of all-round performance has been the cornerstone of our Group culture for years. We’ve enshrined it, so to speak, in what we call our Manifesto, which you’ll see at all our worksites, concessions, companies and business units, in every business line and everywhere we operate – and we’re operating in about 100 countries. So it’s a universal document – you could call it a universal declaration of stakeholders’ rights – where we state our commitments to them regarding our corporate social and environmental responsibility. I can tell you, because I’ve seen it countless times on the ground, that this idea of all-round performance resonates with our teams everywhere: around the world, even in the countries where we would least expect, I have seen how proud our employees are to be part of a group that openly takes a stand on its all-round responsibility, commits to it and, especially, a group that supports its teams’ own initiatives on all these fronts.
VINCI’s business activities are linked directly to the challenges of green growth. Its companies are working to limit the environmental impact of their activities. They are developing products and services that help to reduce both the quantity of materials used for works and the energy consumption of the structures they create, as well as protect biodiversity.
Promoting all-round performance, by being a responsible employer, partnering regional growth, respecting human rights and guaranteeing safety for everyone working on our construction and operation sites, is a key commitment for VINCI.