A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Claude Le Quéré has spent all her career in the field of engineering structures where her expertise is today highly acknowledged.
A lecturer at Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées and an active member of the French Civil Engineering Association for the past 15 years, she is a keen advocate of the values of technical prowess and expertise for the benefit of projects and the development of her activity.
She first joined the Egis Group in 2010 as Engineering Structure project manager. She coordinated several important projects, among which the Mohamed VI cable-stayed bridge in Rabat and the Citadelle bridge in Strasbourg for which she and her team members received the French National Engineering Award in 2016 and the FIDIC award in 2017. Appointed head of the Paris engineering structure design office in 2014, then head of Expertise and Major Structures in 2018, Claude Le Quéré today takes on the leadership of Egis’ Engineering Structures Unit which comprises approximately 100 employees working both in France and abroad.
In this role, she will sit on the Strategic Committee of the Group’s “Major Structures, Water, Environment and Energy” Business Unit.
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