Our annual report underlines the group’s excellent results for the 2011 financial year, confirming the pertinence of the merger between Coteba and Sogreah. They demonstrate the interest of Artelia’s clients for a strong, diversified engineering group able to assist them throughout the lifetime of their projects.
To ensure even greater satisfaction for our clients, Artelia is expanding its services and at the same time demonstrating its ability to innovate. As an example, our group has developed a broad spectrum of expertise in assisting and setting up Public-Private Partnerships, which is described is this issue.
SEEN (the Strategic European Expertise Network) is an informal network of European independent engineering companies created in 2002, which now brings together Witteveen+Bos (NL), Niras (DK), Tyréns (S) and Artelia. The SEEN partners cover most of the group’s key fields of activity: building construction, infrastructure, energy, water and environment.
The managements of the four companies meet annually. Artelia hosted them for their 2012 meeting in Lyon, on 19 and 20 June.
15 October 2012
R&D and Innovation week at Artelia
From 15–19 October 2012, Artelia will dedicate a week to Research & Innovation. This internal event will highlight the group’s R&D-Innovation policy. Artelia will be organizing conferences on its sites in France and worldwide (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Grenoble, Rome, London, Shanghai…) where various R&D projects will be presented.
Newsletter N°4 - July 2012
28 June 2012
Public-Private Partnerships: a broad range of know-how acquired by Artelia
In Europe alone, PPPs represent between 15 and 20 billion euros of investment per year, and the six major European countries are increasingly adopting this new contractual model. As soon as PPPs...