Egis is present in all of France's overseas departments and territories and in French Polynesia and New Caledonia.

Acting via its local offices and branches, Egis is leading numerous projects in a variety of sectors.

In Martinique, Egis participated in the construction of the Centre Carribéen de la Mer (Caribbean Centre for the Sea) in Le Robert, and in the design of an industrial unit recovering energy from waste, in Fort-de-France. Egis teams have also carried out studies of sea currents and of sedimentology for a new container terminal in Guadeloupe.

In New Caledonia, Egis is working on the Goro and Koniambo mining projects and on the construction of the Noumea Air Terminal.

Egis is the concession holder and manager of Tahiti's airports (Faa'a, Raiatea, Rangiroa and Bora Bora) and enabled creation of the main drinking water supply system in Moorea (French Polynesia).

Egis teams carried out  the re-structuring and rehabilitation of the Melkior high-school in Cayenne (Guyana).

Focus on Réunion

Present for forty years in Réunion, Egis employs fifty people working towards the island's development. Egis' references are numerous and its teams' expertise have been recognised by awards on several occasions. The Group has participated in many projects, including the Tamarins road project, the Grand Prado water treatment plant, the inner basin at Port-Ouest, the eastern extension of the passenger terminal at the Roland Garros Airport and the Women/Mothers and Children Centre at the Sud Réunion Hospital.

Egis is currently acting as EPCM consultant for the high-profile new coast road project, via its local team entirely dedicated to the task.