Egis dans les médias

29 May 2013


Nlex e-payment firm lines up new projects (Philippines)

EASYTRIP Services Corp., the exclusive electronic toll collection service provider in North Luzon Expressway (Nlex), is intensifying efforts to provide customers with speed, convenience and comfortable travel. Easytrip is 100-percent owned by Egis Projects of France. Egis Projects is a major player in the toll-road industry in Europe and is the toll-collection system integrator, maintenance provider and a shareholder of Tollways Management Corp., the operator of Nlex and Manila North Tollways Corp., concessionaire of Nlex.  - 29/05/2013

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18 April 2013


OMA to masterplan new urban development in Bordeaux

Global architectural practice OMA has been commissioned by La Fabrique Métropolitaine de la Communauté Urbaine de Bordeaux to design a masterplan for a new urban development in the south of Bordeaux, France which is mainly based on the expansion of the local tram system.

OMA will work on the public space along the tramline in collaboration with landscape architect Coloco, sustainability adviser EGIS CONCEPT, engineering office EGIS, and real estate adviser CBRE. The design will be executed over the coming five years. – 18/04/2013

05 April 2013


High speed track and electrification contract awarded

MOROCCO: A consortium of Colas Rail, local subsidiary Colas Rail Maroc and Egis Rail has been awarded a design and build contract covering track, overhead electrification and facilities at two work sites on the 183 km high speed line being built between Tanger and Kénitra – 05/04/2013

27 February 2013


Road connecting southern and northern Cameroon at 80 percent completed

The Garoua-Boulai-Meiganga road that links the East and Adamawa region will be completed this June, reports Cameroon Tribune. Started on September 21, 2010, to be executed in 30 months, two companies, Razel and DTP Terrassement are working on the road, under the control of Egis Cameroun. –27/02/2013

22 February 2013


Engineering Genius Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas

The bridge is 575m long: 433m of which is the main deck and 117m is the central lift span. The central section of the bridge remains in one piece, but lifts vertically up by to 110m in order to let tall ships pass underneath. The weight of the lifted part of the bridge is is around 2,600 tonnes.

It has been designed by Egis-JMI, Lavigne & Chevron architects and Hardesty & Hanover. The main contractor is Vinci Construction. – 22/02/2013

11 February 2013


Cones out for second M25 contract

Connect Plus, a joint venture of Balfour Beatty, Skanska, Atkins and Egis, was awarded a contract worth up to £321m to upgrade two sections of the London orbital last month. Cones began to appear on the Kent-Surrey stretch between junctions 5 and 7 almost immediately. – 11/02/2013



29 January 2013


Helios Becomes Egis Avia Subsidiary

French air transportation services company Egis Avia has acquired the U.K.-based aviation consultancy firm Helios.

The acquisition was a strategic move, as the company looks to expand its portfolio of consulting and engineering services for airport, air traffic management and air operations, Egis Avia CEO Cedric Barbier said. Helios will retain its brand name and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Egis Avia. - 29/01/13