Egis is an international group offering engineering, project structuring and operations services. In engineering and consulting its sectors of activity include transport, urban development, building, water, environment and energy. In roads and airports its offer is enlarged to encompass project development, capital investment, turnkey systems delivery, and operation and maintenance services.
With 12,000 employees, including 7,500 in engineering, and a turnover of €881 million in 2013, the group is present in over 100 countries and has around 40 offices in France.
Areas of Work
Optimising travel is the challenge facing tomorrow’s transport systems, an essential ingredient for economic progress in the world, in a context of sustainable development which respects both people and the environment. Transport engineering is one of their fields of expertise:over 7,000 projects carried out in more than 150 countries.
Their activity covers all of the land, air and sea transport sectors:
Roads, highways and motorways: motorways, expressways, surfaced roads, rural roads, bridges, tunnels and protection structures, road maintenance (PMMR), network management, institutional support, road safety
Ports and inland waterways: commercial ports, bulk and ore terminals, marinas, inland waterways, port planning, port audits
Transport planning and economics: regional consistency, national transport policy, urban transport, institutional support
Railways: urban, interurban or freight-dedicated railway lines
Airport infrastructure facilities
Maintaining public infrastructure remains a permanent concern and has become a specialty of their teams. Their activity ranges from defining transport policies to implementing projects:
Master plans, transport planning
Management and operation
Concession and Privatisation
WATER, ENVIRONMENT, AND ENERGY
Their second field of expertise - water, environment and energy engineering - consists in making the natural resources of their planet available, saving and managing them at best.
They take into account all of the existing constraints in their projects, especially the risks relating to climate change, and propose innovative and sustainable solutions that respect populations. All the sustainable development principles, of human, economic or environmental nature, are applied in their projects.
They work in the following sectors:
Rural and regional development
Land development policies and plans
Public and infrastructure facilities
Integrated rural development
Social and economic development
Integrated management of coastal areas
Sustainable management of natural spaces
Environmental policies and institutional support
Water and sanitation
Institutional support to water authorities
Drinking water supply
Waste and storm water treatment
Water resource development and management
Integrated water resources management
Flood risk management
Irrigation and drainage
Water infrastructure facilities
Hydrology and hydrogeology
Energy policies and institutional support
Carbon footprint, mechanisms for clean development
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