Continuing to grow while staying true to who we are
Building on the reputation we have established in Europe, we aim to continue growing, while maintaining the balance between our construction and concessions businesses in Europe and worldwide. Avenues of growth include honing our expertise, making even more progress in risk prevention, keeping a tight grip of our major projects, innovating and introducing new services for our customers, seizing opportunities in areas where we are already well-known, and supporting our customers by providing them with the benefit of our expertise completing projects in international markets. We never compromise on our corporate values in our pursuit of growth.
An industrial ambition with a human perspective
Developing low-carbon construction
Low-carbon design and construction represents a real growth opportunity for us. We have made the environmental transition and innovation the two key drivers of our Eiffage 2020 strategic plan. Our innovation policy and R&D investments are thus geared towards the low-carbon economy. We aim to reduce total emissions across the entire value chain of our business lines, which have all taken measures to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. We also help our customers cut their own emissions by rolling out our low-carbon solutions, in line with our strategy and values. Through our operational initiatives, we work together every day to create a low-carbon future.
Bringing our core values to life
Our goal of making the difference is underpinned by the strong values shared by our teams – as reflected by our unique employee share ownership model, which has been in place for nearly 30 years now. Our 70,000 employees are working hard to realise our ambitions and make the difference, so that we can build the future with a human perspective that we envision.
We must make sure our values, our strategic plan and the major challenges of our times are all perfectly aligned.
employees across the entire Group in 2021
employees outside France in 2021
Close to 80%
of the Eiffage group’s employees were shareholders in 2021