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28 March 2019


5 years supporting infrastructure and systems transformation at Riyadh Airport

Egis has been awarded a contract with Riyadh Airports Company for design and project management consultancy services to replace Hold Baggage Screening (HBS) machines in terminal 5 at King Khaled International Airport, Saudi Arabia. For more than 5 years now, Egis has been supporting development and expansion of Saudi Arabia’s second biggest airport.



26 March 2019


Annual results for 2018: profitable growth

- Turnover of €1.13 billion (+7.6%), an increase due mainly to our road operation and building engineering activities.

- An order intake for engineering of €839 million, up 15% compared with 2017.

- 89 million euros of EBITDA, up €21 million on 2017.

- Distributable Net Profit (excluding capital gains) of €21.9 million, up €13.7 million on 2017, essentially owing to a strong increase in engineering profits.

- 14,850 employees around the world (4,300 in France), including nearly 8,500 in engineering. A 9% increase in the workforce.


" In 2018, our Group recorded an excellent economic performance, with our increase in turnover driven by the dynamism of our road operation and building engineering activities. The order intake for engineering is up by 15%. The combined efforts of our different business units helped to deliver a strong increase in our operating profits and our distributable net profit (excluding capital gains). Our solid financial position will enable us to look confidently towards a new phase of our development with high ambitions for growth. "

Nicolas Jachiet, Chairman and CEO of Egis.

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Credit: Mathias Ridde


11 March 2019


Egis celebrates 50 years of dedication to aviation – by investing in the next generation of experts

For 50 years Egis has been dedicated to ensuring safe, seamless and sustainable aviation for all who fly. Providing innovative consultancy, design and engineering solutions to institutions, ANSPs, airport operators, and airlines through almost every significant change in the industry.



27 February 2019


Egis will ensure the operation of three major national roads in the Republic of Congo

On March 1st, the national road RN1, linking Pointe-Noire to Brazzaville with 540 km stretch and RN1 bis (Brazzaville-Kinkala section), will be inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Congo and operated by Egis. It is the first road operation in Africa for the Group. RN2 linking Brazzaville to Ouesso with 800 km stretch will be put into service in a second time.



11 January 2019


Egis wins a double railway contract in Poland

Egis has just signed a contract for a dual railway project in southern Poland.

Polskie Linie Kolejowe, the operator of the Polish railways, is launching a vast scheme to upgrade the country’s railway infrastructure. The aim is to operate more trains at higher speeds in optimal safety conditions through the deployment of advanced technology. Egis is contributing to this ambitious programme through the award winning a contract for a dual project: the modernisation of an existing line and the construction of a new line.



21 November 2018


Egis closes the financing of the « Golfo Centro » highway in Mexico

Egis and its Mexican partner Omega just closed the financing of the Golfo Centro project’s Public-Private Partnership. This PPP includes a 13-year contract for the operation, maintenance and reconstruction of 142km of toll roads between Mexico City (in the center of the country) and the port of Tuxpan, in Mexico’s Gulf coast.

The financing was closed after the attribution by public development bank Banobras in January 2018 of the Autopista Golfo Centro project to the consortium made of Egis and Mexican constructor Omega, specialized in infrastructure and industrial real estate developments.



21 November 2018


Egis to contribute to urban services improvement plan in Southeast Asia

Egis has signed a framework contract for more than 3 years with the Asian Development Bank to make cities more “livable” in six Southeast Asian countries.

The Asian Development Bank wishes to support the authorities of six Southeast Asian countries (Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia and Laos) in financing and delivering plans to make their cities more “livable”. Southeast Asia has recently entered a phase of severe urban transition, characterised by a massive rural exodus and the concentration of populations in often chaotically-expanding urban centres. The estimated total budget of the projects is approximately €1 billion.



16 November 2018


Morocco - Inauguration of the first HSL in Africa

The result of a Franco-Moroccan collaboration, Africa’s first high-speed line (HSL), running 200 km from Tangier to Kenitra, was officially inaugurated on 15 November in the presence of King Mohammed VI, the French President Emmanuel Macron and all the contributors to this exceptional project. Egis was in charge of the programme management for track, catenary and the construction depots along the entire Tangier-Kenitra line and for civil engineering on the northern section of the line.



18 October 2018


Egis and EDF working together for international energy projects

Nicolas Jachiet, Chairman and CEO of Egis, and Jean-Bernard Lévy, Chairman and CEO of EDF, have signed a commercial partnership agreement, confirming the wish of both groups to jointly develop their energy activities around the world.

The signature took place on 9 October at the Grande Halle de la Villette (Paris) during the Electric Days, a three-day exhibition and forum dedicated to the discovery of the energy solutions of the future developed by all the business lines of the EDF group.



08 October 2018


Egis partners with the Norwegian company Catenda for the bimsync platform

Egis has chosen the bimsync platform to facilitate Building Information Modelling (BIM) collaboration for three of its French urban transport infrastructure projects: Line 16 of the Grand Paris Express metro, the extension of Marseilles’ tram network and the extension of Lyon’s metro line B.

Egis and the Norwegian company Catenda, major actor of open BIM, signed a contract for implementation of the bimsync collaborative platform to meet the needs of the project for extending Lyon’s metro line B to Hôpitaux Sud (Project Owner: Sytral)...

Crédit photo : Egis – Fanny Rubigny




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