Regarding our range of services

Ecological and energy transition (EET) is – and will be for many years to come – at the heart of our improvement strategy.

It involves all our activities and represents a real opportunity for our group. In line with our work in research and development, our mission in the future will be to speed up this transition by offering new economic models based on innovation, digital technology and an economy of sufficiency.
These models will be incorporated into our “Sustainable Cities” solution, which we are continuously expanding, and which is also at the heart of our improvement strategies. On all these issues, we will continue to work with key stakeholders in a collaborative way.
With the Caisse des Dépôts (our main shareholder), we are already on track to design and test out transitional solutions in the fields of transport, spatial planning and construction, alongside several companies from the CDC group (Transdev, Icade, SNI, etc.).


In 2016, Egis and the R20 signed an agreement to develop « Waste- to-Energy » projects in developing countries. For more informatio, see the agreement


So is adapting to climate change

Improving the resilience of the regions that are home to our projects, i.e. their ability to absorb a particular climate disruption and to continue to operate smoothly, remains a priority. For us, this resilience and adaptation to climate hazards is key to the sustainability of infrastructure, in addition to its intrinsic performance.

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In our conduct

The integration of a CSR strategy into our management system remains a constant focus for improvement. Although we have made progress on a number of topics, there is still plenty to do. Working on changing behaviour is a long-term mission that requires support and perseverance. This important campaign was launched several years ago and is being pursued with all management system process coordinators: strengthening HSE policy, managing our ecological footprint, our ethics and our diversity, strengthening the spirit of innovation at all levels, as well as responsible purchasing, and the reliability of our extra-financial reporting. All of which are longstanding challenges for the group.

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Martine-Jauroyon“Our approach to CSR is neither moralistic nor philanthropic. It is a key focus for improvement and progress, rooted in economic and social reality. It is part of a strategy of sustainable performance for Egis, its employees, its customers and for the populations of all the regions in which we operate. Purpose and Consistency are the driving force behind our work.”

Martine Jauroyon, Director of Business Activity Transformation and CSR