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Essentials

FORGING A
SUSTAINABLE WORLD.

VINCI is a world leader in concessions, energy and construction, active in some 120 countries. Our ambition, in response to the climate emergency, is to accelerate the transformation of living environments, infrastructure and mobility. We also aim to foster social progress by being a humanist group that exemplifies inclusion and solidarity. Powered by our economic performance and the engagement of our 260,000 employees, we forge a more sustainable world. We achieve that by fully embracing our role as a private sector partner working in the public interest and strongly emphasising listening and dialogue with our stakeholders in all our business lines.

260,000

employees worldwide

3200

business
units(*)

280000

worksites
each year(*)

49.4Bn

revenue in 2021(*)

55Bn

market capitalisation at 31/12/2021(*)

Operations in some
120 countries

(*) At 31/12/2021 excluding Cobra IS.

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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€7,046 M

revenue in 2021

€2,683 M

operating income
from ordinary activities in 2021

€1,379 M

net income attributable
to owners of the parent in 2021

16,826

employees
at end-2021

VINCI Autoroutes

VINCI Airports

Other concessions

  • VINCI Autoroutes

  • VINCI Airports

  • Other concessions

Energy

VINCI has positioned its energy businesses as a key focus in its strategy. The business line’s expertise in energy and information technologies is ideally aligned with the ecological transition and digital transformation under way – two long-term trends that underlie its products and services in these sectors, to fuel its future growth.
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€15,097 M

revenue in 2021(*)

€985 M

operating income
from ordinary activities in 2021(*)

€553 M

net income attributable
to owners of the parent in 2021(*)

1,800

business units(*)

(*) At 31/12/2021 excluding Cobra IS.

VINCI Energies

Cobra IS

  • VINCI Energies

  • Cobra IS

Construction

The new VINCI Construction business, born in 2021 when VINCI Construction and Eurovia joined forces, is a global leader in building and civil engineering. It is organised into three complementary pillars – Major Projects, Specialty Networks and Proximity Networks – and brings together an unrivalled array of expertise and bases in some 100 countries. United by their strong culture as builders, its 115,000 people in 1,300 companies marshal their team engagement and innovative drive to support the energy, environmental and digital transitions across the building, civil engineering and infrastructure trades.
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€26,282 M

revenue in 2021

€968 M

operating income
from ordinary
activities en 2021

1,300

companies

75,000

more projects
each year

VINCI Construction

VINCI Immobilier

VINCI Immobilier designs, builds and manages residential and business property programmes that contribute to social and economic development in their regions. VINCI Immobilier also operates senior, student and coliving residences offering a new experience to promote friendly community living and to serve users’ needs.

€1,611 M

revenue in 2021

  • VINCI Construction

  • VINCI Immobilier

    VINCI Immobilier designs, builds and manages residential and business property programmes that contribute to social and economic development in their regions. VINCI Immobilier also operates senior, student and coliving residences offering a new experience to promote friendly community living and to serve users’ needs.

    €1,611 M

    revenue in 2021

Our action

Our action

Titre

A ROLE FOR EVERYONE IN THE GROUP’S ENVIRONMENTAL AMBITION

Participation in the inaugural VINCI Environment Awards, open to all employees worldwide, was robust, with 2,548 initiatives submitted by teams of Group employees. Of these, 190 were selected in a first round of regional awards, and 14 of the 50 finalists scored a final win. More than 800 environmental correspondents were involved in coordinating the event in regions and helping teams ready their submissions. Online voter participation was equally impressive: more than 57,000 employees logged onto environment.vinci.com to cast their vote, including 23,000 in the final round.

Titre

INNOVATION AND VALUE CREATION

Leonard, VINCI’s innovation and foresight platform, is fast-tracking the Group’s ecological transition. Nearly half of the solutions developed through its acceleration programmes for intrapreneurs or startups aim to shrink the environmental footprint of the Group’s activities.

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REDUCING THE FOOTPRINT OF MATERIALS

In construction, materials are the main source of indirect downstream emissions (Scope 3). VINCI Construction is committed to using 90% low-carbon concrete on its worksites by 2030, while promoting this form of concrete across the whole industry through its Exegy solutions. In its manufacturing and roadworks activities, VINCI Construction is expanding its production of recycled aggregate mix, with its Granulat+ solutions, and rolling out innovative processes to optimise recycling rates and the carbon footprints of its worksites.

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PRODUCING LOW-CARBON HYDROGEN

VINCI Construction is a founding partner, along with CEA and Schlumberger, of Genvia – a company created to develop and widely apply a disruptive technology for producing clean hydrogen, using high-temperature solid oxide electrolysis cells. This technique substantially reduces the electricity used per kilogram of hydrogen produced.

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GENDER DIVERSITY

In addition to VINCI’s efforts to increase gender diversity in its workforce and management, 700 employees around the world participated in initiatives to “degender” the Group’s business activities. In France, the sponsors of the Elles Bougent organisation reach out to female students or prospective students to encourage them to pursue engineering professions in VINCI’s areas of business.

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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

In 2021, the Group’s 16 foundations and sponsorship organisations worldwide supported 492 projects by local non-profits working to strengthen social ties and help people experiencing exclusion to return to employment. In addition to the aid granted, employees act as sponsors: 1,328 shared their time and skills with partner organisations in 2021.

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    A ROLE FOR EVERYONE IN THE GROUP’S ENVIRONMENTAL AMBITION

    Participation in the inaugural VINCI Environment Awards, open to all employees worldwide, was robust, with 2,548 initiatives submitted by teams of Group employees. Of these, 190 were selected in a first round of regional awards, and 14 of the 50 finalists scored a final win. More than 800 environmental correspondents were involved in coordinating the event in regions and helping teams ready their submissions. Online voter participation was equally impressive: more than 57,000 employees logged onto environment.vinci.com to cast their vote, including 23,000 in the final round.

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    INNOVATION AND VALUE CREATION

    Leonard, VINCI’s innovation and foresight platform, is fast-tracking the Group’s ecological transition. Nearly half of the solutions developed through its acceleration programmes for intrapreneurs or startups aim to shrink the environmental footprint of the Group’s activities.

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    REDUCING THE FOOTPRINT OF MATERIALS

    In construction, materials are the main source of indirect downstream emissions (Scope 3). VINCI Construction is committed to using 90% low-carbon concrete on its worksites by 2030, while promoting this form of concrete across the whole industry through its Exegy solutions. In its manufacturing and roadworks activities, VINCI Construction is expanding its production of recycled aggregate mix, with its Granulat+ solutions, and rolling out innovative processes to optimise recycling rates and the carbon footprints of its worksites.

  • Titre

    PRODUCING LOW-CARBON HYDROGEN

    VINCI Construction is a founding partner, along with CEA and Schlumberger, of Genvia – a company created to develop and widely apply a disruptive technology for producing clean hydrogen, using high-temperature solid oxide electrolysis cells. This technique substantially reduces the electricity used per kilogram of hydrogen produced.

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    GENDER DIVERSITY

    In addition to VINCI’s efforts to increase gender diversity in its workforce and management, 700 employees around the world participated in initiatives to “degender” the Group’s business activities. In France, the sponsors of the Elles Bougent organisation reach out to female students or prospective students to encourage them to pursue engineering professions in VINCI’s areas of business.

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    CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

    In 2021, the Group’s 16 foundations and sponsorship organisations worldwide supported 492 projects by local non-profits working to strengthen social ties and help people experiencing exclusion to return to employment. In addition to the aid granted, employees act as sponsors: 1,328 shared their time and skills with partner organisations in 2021.

Our commitments
for a sustainable world

Our commitments
for a sustainable world

Implementing the Group's environmental ambition

Implementing the Group's environmental ambition

VINCI is aware of the responsibility it bears, due to the nature of its business activities, but also recognises its ability to contribute positively to the ecological transition. That is why in 2020 the Group recast its 2030 environmental ambition, with a twofold objective: significantly reduce the direct impact of its activities and contribute to improving the footprint of its customers, users, suppliers and partners through the development of shared solutions. This ambition is cascaded into three areas that align with the key challenges faced by the Group’s businesses.

Act for the climate

VINCI has pledged to reduce the carbon footprint of its activities (Scopes 1 and 2) by 40% by 2030, while helping its customers and infrastructure users to diminish their own impacts. Accordingly, the Group aims to curtail its indirect emissions (Scope 3) by 20% by 2030.

Optimise 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.

Preserve 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 direct greenhouse gas emissions compared with 2018 levels

14 Mt

(15%) of recycled aggregate mix out of Eurovia’s total annual production

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.

Promote inclusion and diversity

VINCI seeks to promote equal opportunity and prevent all forms of discrimination in its businesses. The commitment to promoting gender diversity – especially in management – was strengthened. The percentage of women in management positions was 21.6% in 2021 (24.4% in France), an increase of six percentage points in 10 years.

Develop employability

VINCI is committed to improving its employees’ employability by developing their skills through training and building attractive, long-term careers. The aim is to contribute to their mobility and professional fulfilment.

Share the benefits of performance

For the past 25 years, VINCI has applied an ambitious employee shareholder policy involving as many of its employees as possible in sharing the Group’s success and the benefits of its performance. The employee share ownership plan is combined with an employer contribution scheme encouraging more modest savings. At the end of 2021, more than 160,000 current and former employees, in France and internationally, collectively owned nearly 10% of VINCI’s share capital.

Respect human rights

In all countries where it operates, VINCI has a responsibility to prevent risks of human rights violations and pays particular attention to five areas: recruitment practices and migrant labour; working conditions; living conditions; practices relating to subcontractors and temporary employment agencies; relations with local communities. Guidelines have been issued for each of these areas, and apply to all VINCI businesses and locations.

2021 performance

Excluding Cobra IS
19 hours

of training on average per employee.

€358 M

paid out in 2021 to employees in France through employer contributions, profit-sharing, incentive and retirement savings plans.

72%

of employees in high-priority countries covered by human rights assessments.

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.

Promote 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 prevent all occupational risks in this area, as well as psychosocial risks. It also aims to ensure quality of life in the workplace and the redeployment of employees who have suffered a workplace accident or occupational illness.

Increase prevention initiatives

Group companies implement strict procedures and multiple systems to ensure their employees’ safety: upstream risk analysis, circulation of safety guidelines, 15-minute safety sessions that bring together all individuals involved at a worksite, reporting and analysis of near misses and accidents to identify their root causes, and training tailored to the industry, type of worksite and operational context.

Adapt work organisation during the health crisis

In this exceptional context, the entire safety network remains at the ready to adapt and implement appropriate measures to protect the health and safety of employees, operators and users, in consultation with the staff, representative bodies, national authorities and professional organisations.

2021 performance

Excluding Cobra IS
1.5

million training hours in health and safety.

5.74

Lost-time workplace accident frequency rate
(6.84 in 2016)

Respecting ethical principles

Respecting ethical principles

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

Engage 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 principles of business ethics that apply in all circumstances, in all countries where the Group operates and to all companies and their employees. It is used in tandem with the Anti-corruption 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.

Involve partners and subcontractors

The integrity and transparency requirement does not just apply to Group companies and employees, but also to its partners and subcontractors. In addition to their technical expertise and ability to fulfil their duties, subcontractors are also assessed for their own commitment to respecting human rights and business ethics, and their respect for VINCI’s values.

Report issues via VINCI integrity

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

2021 performance

Excluding Cobra IS

The

34,000 key managers

at the Group have undertaken to comply with its ethical principles and apply them within the scope of their responsibility.

A resilient business model that generates responsible and inclusive growth

A resilient business model that generates responsible and inclusive growth

VINCI’s business model has developed historically from the complementary nature of its concessions, energy and construction activities. The Group’s resilience also stems from its highly decentralised organisation and supportive management culture, which give its companies and people tremendous agility. Drawing on these solid fundamentals, VINCI will continue to implement its long-term strategy and to take a balanced approach in developing its three core businesses.

In this context of climate emergency, the environment is VINCI’s strategic priority. The Group is tackling this issue by playing an active role in the ecological transition of the built environment, infrastructure and mobility. The ecological transition is therefore a powerful lever for the renewal of its expertise and solutions and a long-term driver of growth for its business activities.

The acceleration of innovation is part of this transformation, with the emergence of novel solutions and services that create environmental value. 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.

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Last updated: 07/07/2022