The Egis group is ranked 5th in the Transportation market amongst the top international design firms (Ref.: Engineering News-Record - Apr-Jul 2009). Egis is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Caisse des Dépôts, an AAA-rated leading French public sector financial institution with total assets worth €221 billion, consolidated net income worth €2.5 billion and total workforce including banking and subsidiary operations at 65,000 employees. In 2008, Egis reported total sales of €508 million and group share of net profit at €21.1 million with a workforce of 7,300 employees.
Egis is a leading engineering and consulting group of companies specialised in the engineering, consultancy and supervision of construction of transport systems and infrastructures, local and territorial development, water and the environment. Egis is involved in project development and road and airport operations besides engineering and consultancy projects in roads, rail, airports, urban development, water and environment sectors. It is a recognised centre of engineering excellence providing these services to infrastructure clients, whether government, private or PPP developers. It figures amongst the largest European and worldwide players in land-use planning and development.
Egis employs about 7,300 employees worldwide, with 1% of the turnover invested in research and development and 4% of paid salaries invested in training; the group believes firmly in the value of the human capital.
Egis subsidiaries are major players in infrastructure development and environmental improvement. Road and motorway networks, bridges, railways, airports, urban and suburban transport systems, water, environment, town planning, institutional support - Egis transforms our daily environment and creates a quality of life for tomorrow.
Egis contributes to the development and life of a project: consultancy advice, studies, design work, setting up public-private partnerships, project management, works supervision, long-term operation, etc.
Egis relies on its three core businesses:
infrastructure and systems engineering and design
setting up public-private partnership projects or concession projects
operating infrastructure facilities
From local engineering to managing large complex or technical projects, Egis can satisfy all the needs of local authorities and large contracting clients.
It can adapt its services to satisfy perpetually changing public demands worldwide. Through its regional and international locations it can respond directly to the expectations of its clients, taking their human, economic and environmental context into consideration.
In 2009, Egis announced the creation of an alliance with Iosis, specialised in building and civil nuclear engineering, to launch a new global engineering offer to their French and international clients. Both groups form now the French leader in construction engineering.
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