July 23, 2016 8:05 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of VINCI Construction Grands Projets SAS

Company Overview

VINCI Construction Grands Projets SAS, along with its subsidiaries, designs and builds civil engineering structures and buildings. The company constructs tunnels, bridges, dams, liquefied natural gas storage tanks, and road and rail infrastructure; and skyscrapers, shopping centers, hotels, industrial facilities, nuclear power plants, etc. It also provides turnkey projects, maintenance programs, and technical assistance solutions. The company serves private and public-sector clients. The company was incorporated in 1987 and is based in Paris, France with locations in Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and the Middle East. VINCI Construction Grands Projets SAS operates as a subsidiary of...

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Paris,  92851


Founded in 1987


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Key Executives for VINCI Construction Grands Projets SAS

Chairman and Chief Executive Director
Age: 60
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 57
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Age: 69
General Counsel
Age: 47
Director of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality
Age: 41
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

VINCI Construction Grands Projets SAS Key Developments

VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Bachy Soletanche Ltd Win Contract for East Works Package of Thames Tideway Tunnel in London

VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Bachy Soletanche Ltd. have signed the contract for the East works package of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. The contract is worth EUR 858 million. The works package includes the construction of two sections of tunnel, a main tunnel (5.5 km) and a connecting tunnel (4.6 km) for combined rainwater and wastewater to the east of London. Located between 45 and 65 metres below ground, the two tunnels will be excavated using slurry pressure balance tunnel boring machines. The main tunnel will have an interior diameter of 7.20 metres, while that of the connecting tunnel will be 5 metres. The East section also includes the construction of five large shafts (diameters of between 17 and 25 metres), maritime works on the Thames, structures connecting with the existing wastewater collection system and electromechanical works packages. A project optimisation phase (design, methods, etc.) is starting immediately. The launch of works on the site is planned for 2016, with delivery scheduled for 2023. The East works package is one of three making up the Thames Tideway Tunnel, a programme that calls for the construction of a total of 25 km of tunnels.

VINCI Construction Grands Projets Wins a Further High-Rise Building Construction Contract in Malaysia

Jesselton Group has awarded to VINCI Construction Grands Projets for the construction of a 125,000 m2 mixed use development on the Kota Kinabalu seafront in northern Borneo. The project covers a 7storey podium over two underground levels that will house a 20,000 m2 shopping centre and more than 900 parking spaces, as well as a complex made up of three 20storey residential towers with a total of 333 apartments. The value of the contract, which does not include the foundations and underground levels, is EUR70 million. Handover is scheduled in July 2016. This further success confirms VINCI Construction Grands Projets as an operator in Malaysia, where local developers appreciate the quality of the structures it has completed and is currently building. VINCI Construction Grands Projets is currently carrying out the Menara Hap Seng tower project in Kota Kinabalu under a designbuild contract and is also operating in Kuala Lumpur with the current Berjaya Central Park residential and office complex, having previously handed over the Berjaya Time Square shopping centre in 2003.

Costain and Vinci Construction Grands Projets Win £86 Million Contract by Scottish Water to Construct Shieldhall Tunnel in Glasgow

Costain announced that its joint venture with Vinci Construction Grands Projets been awarded an £86 million contract by Scottish Water to construct the Shieldhall Tunnel in Glasgow. The Shieldhall Tunnel will be Scotland's large waste water tunnel, 4.70m in diameter and 3.1 miles long, and will form part of the biggest upgrade of Glasgow's waste water network in more than a century. It will run between Queen's Park and the Craigton industrial estate, and will resolve water quality and reduce flooding issues at key locations in the area served by the Shieldhall Waste Water Treatment Works. Work will start in October 2014 and completion is anticipated in early 2018.

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