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|Industry||Civil engineering, construction|
Jean-François Roverato (Chairman),|
Pierre Berger (CEO)
|Products||Residential and infrastructure construction; electrical engineering and process automation services; specialist metal construction|
|Revenue||€14.0 billion (2012)|
|€1.199 billion (2012)|
|€220 million (2012)|
Number of employees
|70,893 (end 2010)|
The company was formed in 1992 through the merger of several long standing companies, namely: Fougerolle (founded 1844), Quillery (founded 1863), Beugnet (founded 1871), and La Societe Auxiliaire d' Enterprises Electriques et de Travaux Public, better known as SAE (founded in 1924).
Recent projects have included the Channel Tunnel, completed in 1994; the Copenhagen Metro, completed in 2002; the Millau Viaduct, completed in 2004; and the LGV Perpignan-Figueres high-speed railway line, completed in 2009.
- "Eiffage - Activity Report 2010" (PDF). Eiffage. Archived from the original (PDF) on 14 May 2012. Retrieved 20 April 2017.
- "Eiffage - Preliminary Results 2012" (PDF). Eiffage. Retrieved 31 March 2013.[permanent dead link]
- Channel Tunnel on Structurae database
- Copenhagen's First Metro Line Takes Shape
- Millau Viaduct on Structurae database
- LGV Perpignan-Figueres on Structurae database
- "HS2 contracts worth £6.6bn awarded by UK government". the Guardian. 17 July 2017. Retrieved 2017-10-13.
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