Eiffage Génie Civil, an internationally-recognized player and leader in structural engineering operations
From simple truss bridges to complex viaducts, we have the design, engineering, works and maintenance skills to meet our clients' expectations. Eiffage Génie Civil’s teams of experts can meet the needs of all types of concrete and mixed structures including bridges, viaducts, footbridges and other road, motorway and rail engineering structures.
Attentiveness to customer needs, availability and commitment: these principles drive our action in the field. Engineering structure worksites are not only found on major projects. All over France, our regional teams are working with local authorities and responding to their expectations. Proximity, and keeping to deadlines and budget are central to the relationship of trust established with our customers.
At the same time, Eiffage Génie Civil has made structural repairs a key focus of our development, under the brand name Ævia.
Aiming for the most inventive solutions
Innovating with materials and structures is a daily challenge for our teams. They have in-depth expertise with traditional techniques but are also capable of building exceptional structures. By integrating ground-breaking materials our teams offer inventive solutions which comply with environmental constraints.
Architect : Rudy Ricciotti
We design structures that are both technical and aesthetic, imagined by the greatest architects.
A KEY PLAYER FOR YOUR STRUCTURES
Cable-stayed bridge – Honda
FHB Bridge – Abidjan
Cateau Viaduct - Cambrésis
Notre Dame de Lorette International Memorial
Vicoin high-speed rail bridge
A41 - Bridge
Kamoro bridge - Madagascar
Commissioned in 2004, Millau Viaduct (Aveyron) on the A75 Clermont-Ferrand-Béziers motorway is the bridge that broke all records. For its size - 343 metres at the top of the highest pier and 2,460 metres long – but also for its 14 years of preparation, three-year building period and the mobilization of all Eiffage’s branches, involving 600 master craftsmen at the height of the works.