Eiffage Génie Civil,
design and builds
the boldest structures
Excellence and innovation for tomorrow’s infrastructure
At Eiffage Génie Civil we deploy our expertise and know-how in designing and building a wide range of engineering structures in France and Europe, and on the international scene.
Our teams are active in the field, close to our customers and attentive to local specificities, building projects to sustainably shape and structure our regions. Their mastery of complex projects and constant concern for the environment, and the number of works in progress worldwide each year, make Eiffage Génie Civil a key player in the field of responsible construction.
With long experience and many prestigious contracts to our credit, Eiffage Génie Civil has everything it takes to position on major engineering structures and support our customers at all stages of a project, via our turnkey solutions.
A passion for our business sectors
We put people at the heart of our strategy and management practices. Needs are changing. Operations are becoming more technical, and work environments more complex - a stimulating context for our fast-developing business sectors. At Eiffage Génie Civil, we are driven by pride and a passion for engineering to make progress on a daily basis.
Joining Eiffage Génie Civil means committing to a company with a range of impressive landmark projects: infrastructure which shapes and structures, and is useful to everyone.
Joining Eiffage Génie Civil means considering a rewarding career rich in opportunities. Each new recruit can find their ideal job among our diverse business activities, and flourish at every stage of a fulfilling career path.
Eiffage Génie Civil is working towards the recovery of demolition materials
Eiffage Génie Civil is amending its core processes in order to reduce its carbon impact. A Start.lab centred on demolition material recovery is experimenting with rapid demolished concrete recarbonation, from the LaVallée worksite in Châtenay-Malabry south of Paris. The experts involved are also looking to verify existing engineering structure capacity to capture CO2 naturally.