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VINCI Energies


VINCI Energies helps public authorities and business clients boost the reliability, safety and efficiency of their energy, transport and communication infrastructure, industrial facilities and buildings. In a world undergoing constant change, VINCI Energies is fast-tracking new technology into the marketto support two major shifts: the digital transformation and the energy transition.

VINCI Energies supports its customers by offering increasingly innovative solutions and services ranging from design to implementation, operation and maintenance. With their strong regional roots and agile organisational structure, VINCI Energies’ brands and 1,600 business units bring together about 64,000 professionals in 45 countries, including 24 countries outside Europe, to deliver both local service and global solutions.

Competitive position of VINCI Energies


VINCI Energies is the leader in a fragmented market in which the top six players account for only around 50% of the total. Its main competitors are Engie Energie Services, Spie, Eiffage Énergie and Bouygues Energies & Services.


VINCI Energies is a leading electrical engineering and installation company in six countries: Germany, where it has a strong position (almost €2 billion revenue in 2016), Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal and Romania.
Its main competitors are:
- in Germany, Siemens in electrical installation and Spie in the infrastructure services market, Bilfinger and ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions in insulation, Minimax in fire protection;
- in Switzerland, Burkhalter and Alpiq in electrical installation and telecommunications;
- in the Benelux countries: Engie Energie Services.
In the information and communication technologies sector, VINCI Energies operates in Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom, Belgium and Austria.


VINCI Energies operates in Africa, where it is market leader in Morocco. It also operates in the Middle East, Asia and South America. Through its subsidiaries Electrix and J&P Richardson (acquired in February 2016), VINCI Energies has a solid foothold in New Zealand and Australia. By acquiring Orteng in 2015, VINCI Energies gained a leading role in Brazil’s industry and energy infrastructure sectors.

Source: company literature.

Revenue held steady at VINCI Energies thanks to acquisitions, confirming its resilience, which is based on its diverse expertise, broad geographical coverage and performance-boosting managerial model.


VINCI Energies’ year-end order books point to stable revenue in 2017 on a comparable structure basis. However, acquisitions, mainly outside France, could accelerate VINCI Energies’ expansion, since consolidation of the sector has still made relatively little progress. In this context, VINCI Energies’ strong ability to integrate new business units and involve them in its managerial momentum will foster sustainable growth.

VINCI Energies will also grow as a result of its ongoing efforts to expand its solutions and services, which are geared to its customers’ needs. This momentum, supported by the group’s agile networking culture, will go hand in hand with stepped-up synergies between VINCI Energies’ operating teams and experts and with its accelerated innovation policy involving partnerships with the many stakeholders that make up its ecosystem. The Inerbiz fund’s investments in innovative startups will help drive this process.

In the near term and to a greater extent in the long term, all VINCI Energies business sectors will benefit from the digital revolution, which will accelerate the transformation of infrastructure, industrial processes and buildings and affect both their equipment and the way it is used. The expansion of the Axians brand, dedicated to information and communication technologies, is part of the move to all-digital that will more broadly shape all VINCI Energies solutions and services. Meanwhile, the energy transition will make it necessary to reconfigure energy infrastructure and carry out broad-scale thermal renovation of buildings. All these shifts will call for massive investments that will generate long-term activity for VINCI Energies business units.

€10,200m Revenue

€626m EBITDA

€581m Operating profit from ordinary activities

€326m Net profit attributable
to equity holders of the parent

64,433 employees