Eiffage

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Eiffage S.A.
Société Anonyme (S.A.)
Traded as EuronextFGR
Industry Civil engineering, construction
Founded 1992
Headquarters Asnières-sur-Seine, France
Key people
Jean-François Roverato (Chairman),
Pierre Berger (CEO)[1]
Products Residential and infrastructure construction; electrical engineering and process automation services; specialist metal construction
Revenue €14.0 billion (2012)[2]
1.199 billion (2012)[2]
Profit €220 million (2012)[2]
Number of employees
70,893 (end 2010)[1]
Website www.Eiffage.com

Eiffage S.A. is a French civil engineering construction company. As of 2010 it was the third largest company of its type in France, and the fifth largest in Europe.[1]

History[edit]

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).

Major projects[edit]

Recent projects have included the Channel Tunnel, completed in 1994;[3] the Copenhagen Metro, completed in 2002;[4] the Millau Viaduct,[1] completed in 2004;[5] and the LGV Perpignan-Figueres high-speed railway line,[1] completed in 2009.[6]

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