Egis, the leader contractor in One* consortium, has been awarded the complete programme management contract for the two main sectors of the Seine-Nord Europe Canal. This project will allow the transportation of river freight on large ships, thus shifting from road to waterway, with a significant reduction in CO 2 emissions.
Egis, with Lavigne-Chéron Architects agency, won the project management competition for the Fond Lahayé viaduct, launched by the Martinique Territorial Authority. A spectacular suspended bridge with a 386 metre span, the first link in the process of opening up the island's northern coast.
Egis has won the project management contract for the Larivot bridge that will cross the Cayenne River between Macouria and Matoury in French Guiana. The infrastructure will be exceptional both in terms of its size (1,312 m long) and its environmental setting (in a remarkable natural site near the Atlantic Ocean). Great environmental and technical challenges to be met!
On 27 July, the new tramway in Caen la Mer was inaugurated after 15 months of work. Egis was the delegated project manager for this exceptional operation, which enabled the transformation of the existing old tyre tramway into a rail tramway. A technical first in France!
In 2018 Egis recorded strong economic performances, with the Group’s managed turnover amounting to €1.13 bn, up 7.6%, driven by the strong dynamism of its road operation and building engineering activities. The €28.9mn distributable net profit is also up (+€13.7mn).
Icade is part of the group* that won the Inventer Bruneseau call for projects organized by the City of Paris and Semapa. Called Nouvel R, this project, which will cover nearly 100,000 m², will create a real link between Paris and Ivry-sur-Seine and the first low-carbon district in France.
Egis will operate 3 essential roads in Congo: RN1 (Pointe Noire-Brazzaville, 540 km), RN1 bis (Brazzaville-Mindouli, 50 km), the former Brazzaville bypass infrastructure and RN2 (Brazzaville-Ouesso, 800 km in all). It is its first road operation scheme in Africa.
On 15 November Africa's first high-speed line, linking Tangier to Kenitra over 200 km, was officially inaugurated. On this exceptional site, Egis was responsible for both the track, catenary and construction site project management for the whole Tangiers-Kenitra line, and the civil engineering project management for the northern lot.