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FORGING A
SUSTAINABLE WORLD

VINCI is a world leader, and deploys its concessions, energy and construction business activities through 3,200 business units in some 120 countries. Our ambition, in response to the climate emergency, is to accelerate the transformation of living environments, infrastructure and mobility, and to foster social progress by being a humanist group that exemplifies inclusion and solidarity. Powered by our economic performance and the engagement of our 218,000 employees, we forge a more sustainable world and fully embrace our role as a private sector partner working in the public interest.

217731

employees worldwide
at end-2020

3200

business
units

270000

worksites
each year

43.2Bn

revenue in 2020

50Bn

market capitalisation at 31/12/2020

Operations in some
120 countries

Concessions

VINCI designs, finances, builds and operates transport infrastructure and public amenities under public-private partnership agreements, contributing to the development of mobility and communities.
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€5,839 M

revenue in 2020

€1,586 M

operating income
from ordinary activities in 2020

€740 M

net income attributable
to owners of the parent in 2020

17,756

employees
at end-2020

VINCI Autoroutes

VINCI Airports

Other concessions

  • VINCI Autoroutes

  • VINCI Airports

  • Other concessions

Energy

In a world in constant flux, VINCI contributes its expertise in information and communication technologies, in business activities relating to energy and transport infrastructure, in continuously improving industrial efficiency, and in maintaining and operating buildings.
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€13,661 M

revenue in 2020

€773 M

operating income
from ordinary activities in 2020

€378 M

net income attributable
to owners of the parent in 2020

1,800

business units

VINCI Energies

  • VINCI Energies

Construction

VINCI Construction and Eurovia joined forces in 2021 to become the new VINCI Construction business line, bringing together 115,000 people in more than 1,000 companies and combining an unparalleled array of expertise in buildings, structures and infrastructure.
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€23,216 M

revenue in 2020

€471 M

operating income
from ordinary
activities en 2020

115,000

employees
at end-2020

70,000

more projects
each year

VINCI Construction

VINCI Immobilier

VINCI Immobilier designs, delivers and manages residential and business property programmes that contribute to economic and social development in cities. VINCI Immobilier also operates serviced senior and student residences and coliving housing, which provide a new experience centred around conviviality and users’ requirements.

€1,189 M

revenue in 2020

  • VINCI Construction

  • VINCI Immobilier

    VINCI Immobilier designs, delivers and manages residential and business property programmes that contribute to economic and social development in cities. VINCI Immobilier also operates serviced senior and student residences and coliving housing, which provide a new experience centred around conviviality and users’ requirements.

    €1,189 M

    revenue in 2020

Our action

Our action

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Solidarity

Right at the start of the health crisis in 2020, and everywhere the Group operates, VINCI companies and employees stepped beyond professional duty to support hospitals (for instance by sharing their own supplies of face covers), the most vulnerable people (for example by providing food and emergency shelter) and “second-line” workers including lorry drivers (for instance by distributing 15,000 hot meals served by food trucks at service areas on the VINCI Autoroutes network).

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Sustainable Airport

Recognised both nationally and internationally for its environmental initiatives, Brazil’s Salvador Bahia Airport, operated by VINCI Airports (VINCI Concessions), was appointed to the Permanent Sustainability Committee of Airports Council International.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

Omexom G&D (VINCI Energies) signed a contract with operator Energisa to supply turnkey renewable energy systems to 2,090 families living in remote areas of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. The project will provide each family with an individual power supply system, or SIGFI, as well as all services required for installation, including commissioning and training. The project kicked off in late 2020 and will be completed in 2022.

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Circular economy

Eurovia France (VINCI Construction) is developing the production of recycled materials, especially from construction waste, and is rolling out its Granulat+ brand in an ever larger number of geographies to conserve natural resources, by increasing the proportion of recycled or recovered materials and fostering local production and transport loops.

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Expertise

In the Philippines, Freyssinet (VINCI Construction) is in charge of supplying and assembling the stay cables supporting the 390 metre main span of the Link Expressway, which will connect Cebu City to Cordova.

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Urban transformation

VINCI Immobilier is actively involved in transforming the city of Saint-Denis, just north of Paris. As part of the Universeine development project, VINCI Immobilier applied in 2020 for a building permit to construct a complex that will house athletes in 2024. It will be developed on 6.4 hectares of industrial wasteland and be converted into office space, shops, other premises and housing, including student residences.

  • Image de Solidarity

    Solidarity

    Right at the start of the health crisis in 2020, and everywhere the Group operates, VINCI companies and employees stepped beyond professional duty to support hospitals (for instance by sharing their own supplies of face covers), the most vulnerable people (for example by providing food and emergency shelter) and “second-line” workers including lorry drivers (for instance by distributing 15,000 hot meals served by food trucks at service areas on the VINCI Autoroutes network).

  • Image de Sustainable Airport

    Sustainable Airport

    Recognised both nationally and internationally for its environmental initiatives, Brazil’s Salvador Bahia Airport, operated by VINCI Airports (VINCI Concessions), was appointed to the Permanent Sustainability Committee of Airports Council International.

  • Image de RENEWABLE ENERGY

    RENEWABLE ENERGY

    Omexom G&D (VINCI Energies) signed a contract with operator Energisa to supply turnkey renewable energy systems to 2,090 families living in remote areas of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. The project will provide each family with an individual power supply system, or SIGFI, as well as all services required for installation, including commissioning and training. The project kicked off in late 2020 and will be completed in 2022.

  • Image de Circular economy

    Circular economy

    Eurovia France (VINCI Construction) is developing the production of recycled materials, especially from construction waste, and is rolling out its Granulat+ brand in an ever larger number of geographies to conserve natural resources, by increasing the proportion of recycled or recovered materials and fostering local production and transport loops.

  • Image de Expertise

    Expertise

    In the Philippines, Freyssinet (VINCI Construction) is in charge of supplying and assembling the stay cables supporting the 390 metre main span of the Link Expressway, which will connect Cebu City to Cordova.

  • Image de Urban transformation

    Urban transformation

    VINCI Immobilier is actively involved in transforming the city of Saint-Denis, just north of Paris. As part of the Universeine development project, VINCI Immobilier applied in 2020 for a building permit to construct a complex that will house athletes in 2024. It will be developed on 6.4 hectares of industrial wasteland and be converted into office space, shops, other premises and housing, including student residences.

Our commitments
for a sustainable world

Our commitments
for a sustainable world

Implementing the Group's environmental ambition

Implementing the Group's environmental ambition

Responding to the climate emergency, VINCI is acting faster to reduce its impact, transform its businesses and create innovative solutions, by stepping up its commitments. The Group’s environmental ambition covers three areas.

Acting for the climate

VINCI is taking action to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in line with the commitments of the Paris Climate Agreement, and aims to reduce its direct emissions (Scopes 1 and 2) by 40% by 2030 (against its 2018 baseline). For concessions, the target is a 50% reduction for the same period.

Optimising resources thanks to the circular economy

VINCI is committed to limiting the footprint of its businesses by integrating them into the circular economy. To achieve this target, the Group is improving its design and production processes, reducing the extraction of virgin raw materials, and promoting reuse and more efficient techniques and behaviour.

Preserving natural environments

VINCI aims to reduce its impact on natural environments by aligning its businesses on long-term ecological challenges. The Group is accelerating the rollout of its ecological engineering expertise across all its businesses, to ensure that they can give more consideration to biodiversity and natural environments in all their operations and for projects of any size.

2030 Ambition

40 %

reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

90 %

low-carbon concrete used by VINCI construction

0

Aiming to achieve no net loss of biodiversity

Encouraging inclusive growth

Encouraging inclusive growth

Promoting inclusive growth by being a responsible employer and partnering regional growth.

Promoting gender balance

VINCI seeks to promote equal opportunity and prevent all forms of discrimination in its businesses. It has stepped up its commitment to enhancing diversity, in particular in management. VINCI has set a target to increase the percentage of women reaching management positions through hiring or promotion to 28% by 2023 (from 21.1% in 2020).

Fostering inclusion, independence and responsibility

VINCI is committed to building attractive, long-term careers. It aims to offer current and future employees a range of opportunities to express the full spectrum of their human qualities in a managerial environment that promotes inclusion, independence and responsibility.

Sharing the benefits of performance

VINCI is attentive to sharing the benefits of its performance with its employees. Its employee share ownership plan includes an employer contribution scheme encouraging more modest savings. At the end of 2020, nearly 170,000 current and former employees, in France and internationally, collectively owned nearly 9% of VINCI’s share capital.

Respect for human rights

In all countries where it operates, VINCI has a responsibility to prevent risks of human rights violations. The Group pays particular attention to five areas: recruitment practices and labour migration; working conditions; accommodation conditions; subcontractor and temporary employment agency practices; and relations with local communities. Guidelines have been provided for each of these areas, and apply to all VINCI businesses and locations.

21.1 %

women managers in 2020

€448 M

paid out in 2020 to employees through employer contributions and employee profit-sharing, incentive and retirement savings plans

€10 M

exceptional funding paid by VINCI in 2020 to the Fondation VINCI pour la Cité, to support solidarity during the pandemic

Guaranteeing safety

Guaranteeing safety

The zero-accidents objective for all people working on our construction and operation sites remains the number-one priority for the Group.

Promoting a safety culture

VINCI focuses on creating a true safety culture from the highest executive levels down to managers and site teams. Its health and safety policy is overarching and aims to anticipate and prevent all occupational risks in this area. Employee representatives also play a key role in risk prevention, as health and safety are crucial issues in social dialogue.

Subcontractor and customer awareness

Accident prevention is a prerequisite included in relations with subcontractors, especially by sharing guidelines and best practices that often go beyond regulatory requirements. These operations also target the customers of infrastructure. The VINCI Autoroutes Foundation for Responsible Driving conducts actions year-round to improve awareness of responsible driving and the risks associated with drowsiness at the wheel, which is the leading cause of motorway fatalities.

Adapting work organisations during the pandemic

In the exceptional context of the health crisis, work organisation and operating methods were adapted within the Group’s companies. Focus has been on information and training in the new prevention measures and procedures. Special Covid representatives were designated at all workplaces and construction sites.

1,308,431

Number of hours in health and safety training in 2020

5.32

Lost-time workplace accident frequency rate
(7.08 en 2015)

Respecting ethical principles

Respecting ethical principles

VINCI has adopted a stronger framework so that all its employees can contribute effectively to the Group’s integrity and transparency requirements.

Involving all employees

VINCI expects the highest standards of conduct from each employee based on a sense of honesty, loyalty, respect for dignity and individual rights. The Code of Ethics and Conduct lays down all the principles of business ethics that apply to all Group companies and their employees. It is used in tandem with the Anticorruption Code of Conduct, which details the rules concerning the prevention of all acts of corruption, notably identifying risks in business processes and defining conduct to be avoided.

Including partners and subcontractors

The integrity requirement also applies to the Group’s partners and subcontractors. In addition to their technical expertise and ability to fulfil their duties, partners and subcontractors are also assessed for their own commitment to respecting human rights and business ethics.

The VINCI Integrity whistleblowing system

The online whistleblowing platform called VINCI Integrity is available in five languages on the Group intranet and website. This system enables employees and stakeholders to report any inappropriate behaviour in the areas of human rights, business ethics, environmental risks, and health and safety. It guarantees full traceability and anonymity.

22,000 employees

trained in corruption prevention and detection in 2020

Outlook and strategic vision

Outlook and strategic vision

  • Commited to ecological transition
  • Innovating to stimulate transformation in business activities, products and services
  • Consolidating a resilient model
  • Pushing ahead with the group's long-term strategy

The world is in a climate emergency, making environmental protection a pivotal issue for VINCI. The Group plans to respond by fully embracing its role in facilitating the ecological transition of buildings, infrastructure and mobility. In fulfilling its environmental commitments, VINCI is aiming to significantly reduce its business activities’ direct impact, while enabling customers, partners and infrastructure users to diminish their own footprints.

Stimulating innovation is an integral part of VINCI’s strategy, and accelerates the transformation of its business activities, products and services. In addition to the multi-business initiatives driving innovation at Group level, which include Leonard, lab recherche environnement and La Fabrique de la Cité, each business line houses a platform to infuse innovation in its sphere of activity.

VINCI has grown historically by building on the synergy of its concessions, energy and construction businesses, which are complementary in terms of operation cycles and expertise. Over the years, VINCI has applied its value-creating business model to broader geographies and ever-expanding areas of expertise, making the Group a world leader in its sector. In buoyant markets, VINCI’s business model delivers robust growth; in times of economic turbulence, it is a source of resilience.

Drawing on its solid fundamentals, VINCI will continue to implement its long-term strategy and to develop its business activities evenly, while addressing today’s major challenges – ecological transition and new mobility and communication requirements –, all of which constitute buoyant markets for its companies.

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Last updated: 08/07/2021