Whether in the field of construction or industry, engineering made in France enjoys international recognition. Achieving excellent results French engineering companies export their know-how abroad and benefit from a strong presence outside of their own country.
- In 2017, 1 engineering company in 4 achieves over 50% of its turnover internationally
- In 2017, international turnover has grown to 54% following a survey
- For 35% of all companies surveyed, Europe is the number one geographical region for developing their business in the future
- Over 60% of engineering companies have backers (IFIs) contributing to their project budgets
2017 barometer of Syntec-Ingénierie
members’ international activity
Syntec-Ingénierie members are representative of the industry’s diversity and operate in all business sectors.
industry / energy
Engineering and technology consulting
analysis / testing and commissioning / checking
French engineering companies innovate on a daily basis to drive innovation in all business sectors. Each year, the “Grand Prix National de l’Ingénierie” is awarded to the best engineering projects in the industrial and construction fields.
This national competition is organised by the Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Ecological Transition and Solidarity, jointly with Syntec-Ingénierie and in partnership with “Le Moniteur”, a media group.
“Grand Prix National de l’Ingénierie 2017”: award-winning projects
Winner of the “Grand Prix de l’Ingénierie”
Pauline BLEICHER, Jean-Bernard DATRY, Martial GAJDOSIK, Renzo PIANO, Bernard PLATTNER, Audrey ZONCO
CONSTRUCTION AND INNOVATION OF THE PLATFORM
Winner of the “Prix Industrie et Conseil en technologies” (Industry and Technology Consulting Award)
Alain BAUDRY, Luis CHIVA, Michel DUGUEY, Roger HOLT, Marc POSTOLLEC, Gilles SCHARTLE
ENGAGE: ASSYSTEM, ATKINS, EMPRESARIOS AGRUPADOS, EGIS
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS by French engineering companies
The society of Grand Paris tests an “anti-stopper solution
As part of the construction work for the future line 15 of the “Grand Paris Express” and its stations, the Société du Grand Paris and Egis group conducted an experiment to reduce road congestion around construction sites. The principle: pay drivers who choose to avoid congested routes. A kind of “positive toll” to encourage them to change their transport habits.
The Technical University of Valencia (Spain) and Altran jump on board – ALTRAN
Altran’s Spanish R&D teams have joined forces with thirty or so students from the Technical University of Valencia to take up the challenge set by Elon Musk: to develop a revolutionary new mode of land transport.
Sensitive sites: promoting risk-based management- APSYS
There is no such thing as zero risk, not even on sensitive industrial sites, although they are governed by detailed regulations. A thorough knowledge of computing and business processes contributes to identifying vulnerabilities.
AIM: COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY FOR INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS – Assystem
Cybersecurity is just one aspect of a more comprehensive strategy that also has to take into account physical and functional security in order to ensure effective protection for industrial systems.
Banedanmark, a pioneer in railway network modernisation – PARSONS
The Danish railway operator has committed to a complete overhaul of its signaling system. A technological, ecological and human challenge, with the aim of doubling the number of passengers by 2030 through improved quality of service.