Essentials 2024

VINCI is a world leader in concessions, energy and construction, operating in more than 120 countries. We are at the centre of the challenges facing today’s world, and our ambition is to play an active part in the energy and environmental transition of living spaces, infrastructure and mobility, while fostering social progress as a humanist group that stands for inclusion and solidarity.

We harness our fields of expertise, our quest for innovation, our business model’s strength and our teams’ engagement to strive towards a goal that our 280,000 employees share: serving a useful purpose and caring for the planet.

Serving a useful purpose and caring for the planet

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VINCI’s priority is to actively engage in the energy and environmental transition, by harnessing its innovation capacity to achieve responsible, sustainable growth.

Wind farm in Canada
Aerial view of the Bassée pilot project at Châtenay-sur-Seine designed to protect the Île-de-France region from the risk of flooding
Construction of a 345 km overhead transmission line between the Tucuruí II and Marituba substations in Brazil
Construction of a 345 km overhead transmission line between the Tucuruí II and Marituba substations in Brazil


At VINCI, we believe that economic success must go hand in hand with an employment and social programme. We also believe that our environmental and social performance helps drive our expansion because our employees, our customers, our shareholders and all our other stakeholders are increasingly attentive to these issues.

Financial results
The Rion-Antirion bridge, linking the Peloponnese to mainland Greece
Environmental performance
Inclusion performance
Employees on a construction site
Security performance
VINCI Safety Day at a worksite in Bourges
Ethical performance
Search for training on conflicts of interest on the VINCI Academy website

Interview with
the Chairman and CEO

Xavier Huillard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, VINCI
The need to tackle the climate emergency right now has turned the long-term future into a short-term concern. The prospects this is opening up for a group such as ours are more tangible, and more enormous, than ever before.
Xavier Huillard,
Chairman & CEO, VINCI

A resilient business model combined with a sustainable growth strategy

VINCI’s business model is stable in its fundamentals and can be applied to ever-expanding geographies and areas of expertise. This stability and versatility are what gives it such immense resilience.

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A presence in more than 120 countries

Learn more about 7 of our projects worldwide in 2023:

Our businesses

  • VINCI Autoroutes is France’s leading motorway concession holder. The primary mission of its employees is to ensure – whatever the circumstances – the maintenance and continuity of a public motorway service across its 4,443 km network, which is vital to the economy, society and regional accessibility. To tackle the climate crisis and biodiversity degradation, VINCI Autoroutes has pledged to transform motorways into low-carbon infrastructure and improve their integration in natural environments.

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    2023 revenue
  • VINCI Airports is the world’s leading private operator in its sector, managing more than 70 airports across 13 countries. VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and manages airports, leveraging its investment capacity and know-how in optimising operational performance, modernising infrastructure and steering their environmental transition.

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    2023 revenue
  • VINCI Highways finances, builds, operates and maintains motorways, bridges, tunnels, urban roads and toll services over a 3,140 km network in 14 countries, drawing on its know-how as a global mobility operator to apply the highest standards of operational performance, safety and service quality.

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    2023 revenue
  • VINCI Railways designs, finances, builds and operates rail and urban transport infrastructure. In France, it manages the South Europe Atlantic highspeed line, the GSMRail communications network and a part of the right-of-way public transport system in the French overseas territory of Martinique.

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    2023 revenue (combined with VINCI Stadium)
  • VINCI Stadium manages four stadiums built by the Group in France: the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, the Matmut Atlantique in Bordeaux, the Allianz Riviera in Nice and the Stade Marie-Marvingt in Le Mans.

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    2023 revenue (combined with VINCI Railways)
  • Energy sufficiency, the ecological transition and digital transformation are rapidly rising up the global agenda. These challenges are intensifying the need to modernise and refurbish buildings, infrastructure and industrial production sites to make them more reliable, energy-efficient and sustainable. VINCI Energies supports its customers by deploying a wide array of expertise and bespoke multi-technical solutions. It relies on a network of 2,000 agile, innovative and locally rooted business units – bringing together 97,000 employees – that extends across 61 countries.

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    2023 revenue
  • With +40,000 employees, Cobra IS is active in some 65 countries featuring a strong presence in Spain (its domestic market), Portugal and Latin America. It has solid experience in applied industrial engineering and specialised services in a wide range of sectors, including energy, industry, telecommunications and mobility. While primarily concentrated in its flow business, Cobra IS's activities also range to the development and financing of major renewable energy production projects under long-term contracts.

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    2023 revenue
  • VINCI Construction operates in some 100 countries with its 1,300 business units and 119,000 employees. With operations structured around three complementary pillars – Major Projects, Specialty Networks and Proximity Networks in France and abroad – the company brings together a unique range of expertise which it applies to projects of all sizes, from day-to-day operations to large infrastructure projects. VINCI Construction aims to provide its customers with sustainable and innovative solutions by building structures that support regional growth and will benefit future generations.

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    2023 revenue
  • VINCI Immobilier, a key player in property development in France, designs, builds and manages residential and business property programmes that contribute to social and economic development in their regions. VINCI Immobilier also operates senior, student and co-living residences that offer community spaces in harmony with users’ needs. Its long-term environmental strategy positions it as a go-to property developer for land recycling projects.

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    2023 revenue

VINCI’s business model is stable in its fundamentals and can be applied to ever-expanding geographies and areas of expertise. This stability and versatility are what gives it such immense resilience. The Group’s strategy is to adapt and hone this robust model as it continues to develop across its three businesses: Concessions, Energy and Construction.

EHV power line in Germany