Régis Dumay began his career as an engineer in the water sector and joined the Egis group in 1996. He was successively appointed head of the Rhône-Alpes region, then Director of the Indian Ocean region in Reunion, where he worked on all the group's business lines. In 2010, he became Director of Water for France
He then supported the group's international development, particularly in Africa, India, Asia, Brazil and the Middle East. He was appointed to the Board of Directors of Egis in India, Cameroon and Algeria. In 2013, he was appointed Executive Vice President of Egis Eau, then CEO in 2015.
As a contributor to Egis' development worldwide and to company transformation, he has been Executive Director of the Major Projects, Water, Environment and Energy BU since 2017. He retains these responsibilities in addition to his EVP role.
With a degree from the Graduate School of Public Works (ESTP) and further studies at the Reinforced Concrete Institute (ISBA Marseille), Christian Laugier began his career in the Egis group on his graduation from engineering school as an overseas service volunteer in Cameroon in 1983. He stayed there for 12 years, holding the positions of Design Engineer, Head of the Structures Department, Project Manager, Technical Director and Managing Director of Scet-Cameroun.
In 1995, he returned to Scetauroute's head office as Deputy Director of International Activities to develop business, particularly in Eastern Europe. One year later, he was appointed International Director. In July 2003, Christian Laugier was appointed Executive Vice President of Scetauroute in charge of major projects in France and abroad.
On 1 October 2007, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Egis Route, and in 2011 Chief Executive Officer of Egis International. Since 1 September 2017, he has been Executive Director of the Middle-East BU, based in Dubai.
Cédric Barbier graduated from the INPG in Grenoble (France) in 1988. He began his career in research at CEA-DAM, then in 1990 he turned to software development at Thales, where he held the position of software project director. He joined Sofréavia in 2000, before being appointed Chief Operations Officer in 2007 after its acquisition by Egis.
Since 2011, he has been in charge of developing the Egis group’s Aviation business and has led strategic structuring and external growth projects that have enabled Egis to assert its role and ambitions as an independent global player in aviation. With its 300 consultants, engineers and experts based all over the world, Egis has thus contributed to the definition of aeronautical policy and the design and construction of major aeronautical infrastructure, and operates 17 international airports around the world.
In his new role he will be tasked with ensuring greater integration and cross-group cooperation and will provide analytical support and advice to BUs in their operations, functioning and acquisitions.
Olivier Gouirand is a graduate of Ecole des Ponts ParisTech and the Ecole Polytechnique. He began his career at the French Ministry of Finance and subsequently held the position of Executive vice President for Operational Excellence, Internal Audit and Risk Management at CGG, one of the world leaders in oil and gas exploration. Before joining Egis, he held the position of Senior Director at Alvarez & Marsal, a consulting firm specialising in performance transformation and improvement.
He will support Egis’ development specifically by leading the functions of Mergers & Acquisitions and Integration, in addition to those of Accounting, Treasury, Management Control, Tax and Financial management systems.