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  1. 1. 2013 ESSENTIALS
  2. 2. VINCI Construction is France’s leading construction company and a major global player. Its 1,000 companies employ more than 71,000 people in some 100 countries. VINCI Construction’s distinctive features, eclipsing its size, are its: VINCI Construction within VINCI c diverse array of capabilities in building, civil engineering, hydraulic engineering and contracting-related specialities; c business model made up of three components forming an excellent fit: networks of subsidiaries with strong local roots; specialised civil engineering subsidiaries serving global markets; and a division dedicated to the management, design and execution of large, complex projects; c management model combining decentralisation, networking, local manager empowerment and responsibility, focus on people and responsive organisation. PROFILE 3 VINCI Autoroutes VINCI Concessions VINCI Immobilier VINCI Energies Eurovia VINCI Construction Concessions 2012 revenue: €5,354m Contracting 2012 revenue: €33,090m As a business line of VINCI, VINCI Construction exemplifies the group’s entrepreneurial culture. VINCI 2012 revenue: €38,634m
  3. 3. 4 MANAGEMENT TEAM Alain Bonnot Chairman, VINCI Construction Grands Projets John Stanion Chairman, VINCI PLC Philippe Chavent Chairman, Sogea-Satom Dominique Bouvier Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Entrepose Contracting Bernard Lenfant Chairman, VINCI Construction Dom-Tom Jérôme Stubler Chief Executive Officer, Soletanche Freyssinet Samir Hatim Director of Information Systems, VINCI Construction Gérard Bienfait Chairman, VINCI Construction France Jean Rossi Chairman, VINCI Construction Joseph Attias Director of Engineering, VINCI Construction Hervé Meller Director of Human Resources, VINCI Construction Renaud Bentégeat Managing Director, CFE, Chairman of the Management Committee, DEME Jean-Philippe Bréot Director of Health and Safety, VINCI Construction Xavier Neuschwander Chairman, VINCI Construction Terrassement André Hubard Director, Central Europe subsidiaries François Ravery Chief Administrative and Financial Officer, VINCI Construction Bruno Dupety Chief Operating Officer, VINCI Construction and Chairman, Soletanche Freyssinet Manuel Saez-Prieto Director of Communications, VINCI Construction Left to right:
  4. 4. KEY FIGURES 5 2012 revenue in € millions 15 ,327 Order book at end 2012 in € billions 18.1 2012 operating profit from ordinary activities in € millions 625 2012 net profit attributable to owners of the parent in € millions 421 VINCI Construction revenue by business sector Building 43% Civil engineering 25% Specialisedcivilengineering andcomplexprojects 26% Hydraulic engineering 6% VINCI revenue by business line VINCI Construction 39.7% VINCI Energies 23.4% Eurovia 22% VINCI Autoroutes 11.5% VINCI Concessions 2.4% VINCI Construction revenue by geographical area France 55% United Kingdom 12% Africa 9% Belgium 5% OtherEuropeancountries8% Americas 5% Rest of the world 6%
  5. 5. 6 VINCI CONSTRUCTION WORLDWIDE 71,324employees at 31 December 2012 25,000projects worldwide Networks of local subsidiaries Specialised civil engineering activities Management and execution of complex projects
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  7. 7. A RESPONSIBLE GROUP 8 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ZERO ACCIDENT OBJECTIVE Our health and safety policy builds on principles and rules applying to all our companies and on strong management involvement. It is geared to disseminating our safety culture throughout the Group. The Group’s 536 senior managers participated in the Managing Safety training programme in 2012. VINCI CONSTRUCTION’S GOAL IS TO CREATE OVERALL VALUE. IN ASSESSING OUR PERFORMANCE WE LOOK BEYOND OUR ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL RESULTS AT THE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE WE CREATE. OUR COMMITMENTS ARE SET OUT IN THE MANIFESTO SHARED BY ALL VINCI BUSINESS LINES. Human resources 23,886employees recruited in 2012, of which 10,118 under long-term contracts. Health and safety 2,000employees will receive Managing Safety training in 2013. Training 945,276hours of training.
  8. 8. TRAINING AND MOBILITY An ambitious training programme enables employees to continue to develop their skills throughout their careers. Our management method based on recognition of merit and trust fosters upward mobility. Our HR policy supports VINCI Construction’s expansion by encouraging international mobility. SEA HSL AND BIODIVERSITY Nearly 220 protected species were identified along the route of the SEA Tours-Bordeaux high-speed rail line. LISEA and COSEA, the concession company and construction joint venture, worked with local and regional biodiversity NGOs from the initial studies phase onwards to reduce the impact of the project to a minimum and to define compensatory offsets, which have been implemented on more than 2,800 hectares of land. CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ISSA (Sogea-Satom’s Initiatives for Africa) supports solidarity actions carried out in conjunction with projects (access to basic services, creation of micro-enterprises to generate sustainable employment for local populations). In 2012, ISSA provided more than €440,000 in funding to support 27 projects. In Europe, the Fondation d’entreprise VINCI pour la Cité and its counterparts support the civic engagement of the Group and its employees. 9
  9. 9. NETWORKS OF LOCAL SUBSIDIARIES VINCI Construction France Building and civil engineering leader in France. 467 profit centres. Building, civil engineering, hydraulic engineering and speciality business activities. 2012 revenue: €6,509m Workforce: 23,924 VINCI Construction Dom-Tom Operating overseas for 50 years. 28 subsidiaries in the Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, French West Indies and French Guiana. 2012 revenue: €582m Workforce: 2,372 NETWORKS AND EXPERTISE FORMING AN EXCELLENT FIT 10 BUSINESS MODEL CFE Multi-disciplinary group: PPP concessions, construction, property, marine, rail road and multi-technical engineering. Historic roots in Belgium and international operations. 2012 revenue: €916m Workforce: 3,682 VINCI Construction UK All construction sectors. Operating in the United Kingdom for 90 years. 2012 revenue: €1,365m Workforce: 3,923 WE BUILD ON OUR THREE-PART BUSINESS MODEL TO DELIVER THE COMMON GLOBAL SOLUTIONS THAT OUR CUSTOMERS CALL FOR. WE DEVELOP SYNERGIES TO DRIVE THE GROUP’S EXPANSION, PARTICULARLY IN THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE.
  10. 10. Central Europe subsidiaries Brings together local subsidiaries located in: • Poland: Warbud; • Czech Republic: SMP, Prumstav and Freyssinet CZ; • Slovakia: SMS and APS Alkon 2012 revenue: €480m Workforce: 2,144 Sogea-Satom Roadworks, hydraulic engineering, civil engineering and building. Historic roots in about 20 African countries. 2012 revenue: €950m Workforce: 8,261 SPECIALISED CIVIL ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES Soletanche Freyssinet World leader in soils, structures and nuclear engineering. Five brands: Soletanche Bachy, Menard, Terre Armée, Freyssinet and Nuvia. Operating in about 100 countries. 2012 revenue: €2,534m Workforce: 15,363 Entrepose Contracting Specialising in complex industrial design-build projects and transport and storage solutions. Oil and gas sector, more broadly the energy and environment sectors. 2012 revenue: €759m Workforce: 4,196 DEME 50% owned by CFE. Dredging and marine engineering leader. 150 years experience around the world. 2012 revenue: €1,748m Workforce: 4,200 COMPLEX PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND EXECUTION VINCI Construction Grands Projets Heir to companies going back a century. Major international project references. Design and construction of complex civil engineering structures and buildings. 2012 revenue: €570m Workforce: 4,821 VINCI Construction Terrassement Covers all business activities related to earthworks-centred infrastructure and development works, including standard engineering structures and drainage. 2012 revenue: €496m Workforce: 2,059 Dodin Campenon Bernard Designs and executes major civil engineering and underground works projects in France in partnership with VINCI Construction France and the other business lines of VINCI’s Contracting business. 2012 revenue: €227m Workforce: 560 11
  11. 11. 12 1 BUILDING 2012-2013 PROJECTS
  12. 12. 3 2 1 France Cité du Cinéma, Saint-Denis The 62,000 sq. metre Cité du Cinéma project, developed by VINCI Immobilier and built by Bateg (VINCI Construction France) as general contractor in synergy with VINCI Energies, was handed over in April 2012. 2 Monaco Odeon Tower Built by a consortium comprising VINCI Construction France, VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Soletanche Bachy on a general contracting basis, the Odeon Tower will be the Principality’s tallest structure, with 48 levels of office and residential space. 3 New Caledonia Médipôle medical centre, Koutio The medical centre, with 80,000 sq. metres of buildings on 20 hectares, is being built by VINCI Construction France (lead company) in synergy with SCB (VINCI Construction Dom-Tom) and in conjunction with VINCI Energies. 13
  13. 13. 1 2 3 1 Poland Paediatric hospital, Warsaw Warbud is building the 80,000 sq. metre, seven-level hospital as general contractor. 2 France MuCEM, Marseille A consortium made up of Dumez Méditerranée (VINCI Construction France) and Freyssinet (Soletanche Freyssinet) carried out the structural work on the new MuseumofEuropean and Mediterranean Civilisations. 3 Morocco Renault plant, Tangier VINCI Construction continued work on the site as general contractor for the second phase of the project. 4 Malaysia Berjaya Central Park, Kuala Lumpur VINCI Construction Grands Projets is building a 185,000 sq. metre residential and office complex. 5 Belgium Pole Star, Brussels CFE is building an H-shaped, 17-level office building. 6 United Kingdom University, Coventry VINCI Construction UK built the new building with iconic architecture. 14 BUILDING
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  15. 15. 1 16 CIVIL ENGINEERING 2012-2013 PROJECTS
  16. 16. 4 2 3 1 Chile El Teniente mine At the site of the world’s largest underground copper mine, VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Soletanche Bachy are creating a new extraction level. 2 France SEA HSL The new Tours-Bordeaux high-speed line, the largest infrastructure concession project currently under way in Europe, is being built by the COSEA construction joint venture led by VINCI Construction. 3 Ukraine Chernobyl Arch The Novarka consortium, which brings together VINCI Construction Grands Projets (lead company) and Bouygues Travaux Publics, is building the metal arch that will cover the existing sarcophagus. 4 Australia Wheatstone project Entrepose Contracting and VINCI Construction Grands Projets began building four LNG tanks. DEME is responsible for dredging. 17
  17. 17. 32 1 1 France Chaban-Delmas lift bridge Designed and built by three VINCI Construction companies (GTM Sud-Ouest TP GC, GTM Sud, Dodin Campenon Bernard), the bridge was opened to traffic on 18 March 2013. 2 United Kingdom Dismantling of the Sellafield site Nuvia Limited (Soletanche Freyssinet) mobilised more than 500  engineers to work on the SDP (Silos Direct Encapsulation) project. 3 Papua New Guinea 450 km pipeline Spiecapag (Entrepose Contracting) is continuing the construction of a 450  km gas pipeline, installing ancillary equipment and building access roads. This is the company’s largest ever project. 4 United Kingdom King’s Cross Station VINCI Construction UK has renovated a number of London Underground stations, including King’s Cross. 5 Benin Port of Cotonou Sogea-Satom and several VINCI Construction subsidiaries (Soletanche Bachy, Dredging International, EMCC) completed the port rehabilitation and extension project. 18 CIVIL ENGINEERING
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  20. 20. 43 1 Jamaica Drinking water network VINCI Construction Grands Projets has been taking part in the island’s drinking water renovation programme for several years. 2 France Seine-Aval VINCI Construction companies are involved in several Seine-Aval treatment plant projects, including the pre-treatment unit and the biological treatment train. 3 France Pannecière dam Freyssinet carried out the Yonne dam reinforcement and seismic retrofit project. 4 Gabon Drinking water network Sogea-Satom continued the major reinforcement of the Libreville drinking water system. 5 United States Wolf Creek dam Soletanche Bachy is refurbishing the Wolf Creek dam in Kentucky, which impounds the country’s ninth largest reservoir. 5 2 21
  21. 21. 1 Reunion Island Grand Prado wastewater treatment plant Sogea Réunion and SBTPC (VINCI Construction Dom-Tom) built the new plant together with VINCI Environnement and VINCI Energies. 2 France Saint Cyr l’Ecole wastewater treatment plant VINCI Construction France is renovating the Carré de Réunion treatment plant and raising its capacity to 340,000 population equivalent. 3 Egypt Assiout Barrage VINCI Construction Grands Projets is building a new dam equipped with four 8 MW turbines. 4 French Guiana Matiti Sogea Guyane (VINCI Construction Dom-Tom) is improving the drinking water system for the Centre Littoral urban community. 5 Qatar Doha pumping station VINCI Construction Grands Projets, QDVC (51% Qatari Diar, 49% VINCI Construction Grands Projets subsidiary) and Entrepose Contracting completed construction of the largest station of its type in the Middle East. 2 1 22 HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
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  23. 23. 5 cours Ferdinand-de-Lesseps F-92851 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex, France Tel.: +33 1 47 16 39 00 Fax: + 33 1 47 16 46 26 Internet: www.vinci-construction.com Designandproduction:IdéÉdition.Coverpicture:formworkononeofthepiersofthebridgeovertheSaintEtienneRiver,ReunionIsland©ThierryRoux.Pictures:LucBenevello,AlastairCarew-Cox, YvesChanoit,ThierryChomel,LaurentDesmoulins,CyrilleDupont,JacquesFernandes,PierreGandolfi,MichelGarnier,Jean-YvesGovinSorel,IanHanning/REA,VirginieNguyenHoang/CAPAPictures, FrancisVigouroux,VINCIandsubsidiaryphotolibraries,allrightsreserved.