Guillaume Sauvé is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and a Ponts et Chaussées engineer, and holds a diploma from the Collège des ingénieurs in Paris. He joined the ADP Group in 2002 as Projects Director, and took charge of the Group’s project management in 2008. In 2011, he was appointed CEO of the ADP Engineering Group (ADPI) then Director of Engineering and Development for the ADP Group in 2015.
In 2019, Guillaume Sauvé joined Eiffage Group. He is CEO of Eiffage Génie Civil and Eiffage Métal and their international business activities.
Imed Ben Fredj
Engineer ESTP - CHEBAP 90 and Executive MBA at HEC in 2006, Imed Ben Fredj started his career in the technical direction of SAE and created in 1992 the first design/construction units for the large tower projects won in South East Asia.
In 1999, he joined Eiffage TP and from then on participated in most of the major infrastructure projects of the Eiffage Group - Millau Viaduct, Norscut freeway in Portugal, Tamarins road in Reunion Island, LGV Bretagne Pays de la Loire, HS2 British LGV.
Since January 2019, he has been head of the operational support department of Eiffage's Infrastructure branch.
A graduate of the Lyon Management School, Thomas Boulic began his career in 1996 as a credit analyst at Natixis Banques Populaires in New York.
- In 1998, he joined Lafarge as an analyst in the Financing and Treasury department. He then joined the Consolidation and Management Control department of the Gypsum Division, and was then appointed Head of Internal Control for the Concrete & Aggregates Division, and then Deputy Financial Director of Lafarge Bétons France. In 2008, he was appointed CFO Asia of Lafarge Bétons & Granulats, then CFO of Lafarge Bétons France. In 2016, after the merger of Lafarge and Holcim, he became Director of Process and Information Systems Transformation for LafargeHolcim France.
- In 2019, he joined RTE as Finance Director.
- In 2020, he became administrative and financial director of the Infrastructures branch of Eiffage.
After graduating from the Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l’Etat in 1995, Edgar Coulomb began his career in the Ministry of Equipment (Infrastructure and Public Works) in the studies and major airport works departments, followed by the motorways department. In 2003 he moved on to the field of road operations as Head of Marseille Motorway District. In 2006 he joined the Egis Group as Director of Infrastructure Projects in Central Africa where he worked first in Equatorial Guinea, then in Congo-Brazzaville. In 2008 he became Regional Director Ile-de-France Ouest at Egis France, then returned to the international field in 2011 as Regional Director for North and West Africa.
He joined Eiffage's Infrastructure division in 2012 as Regional Director for West and Central Africa, and in particular relaunched the civil engineering activity in Togo, Congo, Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone.
In 2018, he was appointed Managing Director of Eiffage Génie Civil Marine, which specializes in major port and maritime projects. In 2022, he was promoted to Director of Marine | Overseas
Olivier de Guinaumont
Olivier de Guinaumont began his career with Spie Batignolles in Nigeria in 1990 on projects in the oil and gas construction sector.
In 2002, he joined the Eiffage Group as Director of International Business Development, then Project Director in the PPP-Concessions department.
In 2008, he was appointed Chairman of A'Liénor (a subsidiary of Eiffage and Sanef) in charge of the construction and operation of the A65 freeway. In 2011, he was appointed Director of Concessions, in charge of project management and operation of the Group's concessions.
In 2017, he was appointed Deputy Director of the Eiffage Group in the United Kingdom, Canada and Colombia.
In December 2021, he will become Director of the North-West zone of the Infrastructure Division.
After graduating from the École Spéciale des Travaux Publics in 1996, Xavier Mony began his career with Eiffage Travaux Publics subsidiary Devin Lemarchand as Works Supervisor, before becoming Head of Projects, then of the Feeder Department, and finally Subsidiary Manager. He was promoted to Director of the Major Rail Infrastructures sector in 2011.
In 2015 he was appointed Director of Eiffage Infrastructure's Specialities line, comprising Rail, Pipelines, Hydraulics and Structural Repairs.
In 2016, he became Deputy Managing Director of Eiffage’s Civil Engineering Division, then Managing Director in 2018.
After graduating from Sciences Po Paris in 1986 and starting his career in auditing, Alain Noret joined Bouygues Bâtiment in 1995 as Director of Human Resources, following five years as a manager at Michael Page.
In 2000, he joined Bouygues Offshore as Deputy Director of Human Resources, then General Secretary and became Managing Director of Camon (formerly Eiffel Industrie).
He joined the Eiffage Group in 2004 where he was successively Managing Director of Eiffel Industrie, Director of Human Resources of Eiffage Energie and then Director of Human Resources of the Infrastructures branch in 2019.
Daniel Strücker is an economics engineer and a graduate of Hagen University. He began his career with Bilfinger in 1999.
He moved on to join Julius Berger Nigeria PLC as Divisional Manager in 2009.
In 2012 he joined Eiffage as Director of Eiffage Infra-Bau. He became a member of Eiffage Infrastructures' Executive Committee in 2016.