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The business lines of the future are already here

To adapt to a rapidly changing world and cope with a changing construction market, VINCI Construction is introducing new business lines and refocusing existing activities.

 

ALEXANDRA GUTTON, HEAD OF PRODUCTS, SIXENSE DIGITAL

Software serving our worksites

“Sixense Digital is a software factory tasked with supporting VINCI Construction’s digital transition orientation – new functionalities, technological choices and technical constraints. I thus provide the link between the worksite and the developers to meet the needs of the teams on the ground in terms of safety, quality and productivity. To support worksite digitalisation, we need to be familiar with the activities, close to users and able to get two very different worlds to communicate easily with each other.”

 

CÉCILE LAMON, STRATEGY AND PROCESS DIRECTOR, ADIM

Urban planning to serve the sustainable city

“As a partner of city authorities, we address urban planning issues and help invent the city of the future. At Adim, the VINCI Construction France property development structure, we design, develop and build a variety of structures - the offices, hotels, shops and mixed-use programmes that make up the city - on a general contracting basis, against a backdrop of urban intensification and social innovation. Because we are, as programme managers, involved in the operation very early on, we need to anticipate trends in the city. This is a great advantage!”

 

GWENAEL SCOTET, SPECIAL ADVISER, EQUO VIVO

Ecological benefit is the goal

“The environment is increasingly the key factor in all our projects. The growing call for us to reduce and offset the impact of our projects has driven considerable progress. Waterway and ecological continuity restoration is now a fully-fledged business activity. Equo Vivo concentrates and expands the skills we have acquired in these fields, which have become our specialist activity. The relationship between works and the environment is changing. Biodiversity is increasingly the ultimate goal. Ecology has been and remains a matter of conscience, but it is now also our job.”