VINCI is a leading player in concessions and construction, operating in some 100 countries. Goal is to contribute to building a more sustainable world by fully embracing our role as a private-sector partner working in the public interest.
VINCI’s Concessions business designs, finances, builds and operates transport infrastructure and public amenities under public-private partnership arrangements.
VINCI is active in energy and information technology with VINCI Energies, road and rail works with Eurovia, and building and civil engineering with VINCI Construction.
VINCI Autoroutes serves 10 regions in France, 45 administrative departments, 14 major cities, over 100 towns with a population of more than 10,000 and thousands of rural communities located near its motorway network under concession. As a partner to the French government and local authorities, VINCI Autoroutes is contributing to the development of inclusive, connected and safe mobility, a catalyst for economic and social cohesion.
VINCI Airports draws on its expertise as a full-service provider to develop, finance, build and operate airports. The 35 it manages in seven countries rank it among the world’s top five airport operators.
VINCI Highways is financing, building and operating, in conjunction with local partners, more than 3,200 km of motorways, bridges, tunnels and urban roads in 13 countries, and manages electronic toll collection services.
VINCI Railways operates the South Europe Atlantic high-speed line (SEA HSL), which opened in 2017. Also in France, it operates the national rail network’s GSM-Rail communication system, as well as the Rhônexpress light rail system in Lyon.
VINCI Stadium operates the Stade de France in Saint Denis, near Paris, the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux, the Allianz Riviera in Nice and the MMArena in Le Mans, all of which were built by the Group. In the UK, it operates the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium in London.
VINCI Energies is fast-tracking the rollout of new technologies to support two major shifts in a world undergoing constant change: digital transformation and the energy transition. With their strong regional roots and agile organisational structure, VINCI Energies business units are boosting the reliability, safety and efficiency of energy, transport and communication infrastructure, industrial facilities and other buildings.
Eurovia serves communities by developing mobility solutions that cover design, construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure and urban development projects. Its innovation policy is focused on improving the environmental impact of the resources and products used in roadworks and developing new functions for infrastructure, such as the positive energy road.
VINCI Construction, a global civil engineering group, designs and builds structures and infrastructure that address the major issues facing society, namely global warming, population growth and increasing mobility.
Across its business lines, VINCI is intent on speeding up its international expansion focusing on markets with promising prospects. With this strategic drive, it expects to generate more than 50% of its revenue outside France in the decade starting in 2020.
VINCI’s strategy is based on the joint development of the Group’s two core business, Concessions and Contracting, which are complementary in terms of their operating cycles, capital intensity and know-how. Year after year, VINCI broadens its model to include new geographies and new business activities.