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The company's commitment to the community is a direct reflection of the values that underpin the Eiffage Group, embodied by the actions of Eiffage Construction employees on a daily basis. Virtually all aspects of the business hold QSE, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification. Eiffage Construction is committed to sustainable and inclusive urban development, proven and shared know-how, a united and sustainable community, and a respected and valued environment.
Eiffage works tirelessly to prevent discrimination in any shape or form and promote social diversity.
The company undertakes a raft of initiatives to promote the employment of people with disabilities, young applicants and seniors while supporting integration, fighting illiteracy and ensuring gender equality.
Eiffage Construction actively contributes to the development and prosperity of the cities and regions in which it works.
It relies on its own impetus and all the catalysts at its disposal, including employment and multi-partner integration policies, corporate patronage, a purchasing policy that applies CSR criteria to supplier selection, fair and respectful business practices, and support for outreach initiatives.
In 1993, Eiffage Construction co-founded CREPI, a network of regional partners acting together to promote insertion, which supports initiatives aimed at reconnecting disadvantaged people with the workplace.
Eiffage encourages skills-based sponsorship in line with these initiatives. This has led to a number of rehabilitation projects throughout France for the Abbé Pierre Foundation over the past 12 years.
Eiffage is committed to optimising the positive effects of its activities and limiting any unwanted repercussions.
Eiffage Construction takes all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of users and residents during work phases while reducing pollution and any other environmental impact of its activities.
Eiffage Construction can speed up project turnaround times and reduce its carbon footprint through smart modular construction techniques and the use of wood.
The Noé joint worksite platform in Bordeaux has been approved as a sustainability showcase by the French government. Eiffage Construction is a key part of the consortium spearheading the initiative, which keeps any unwanted impact of projects to a minimum by pooling services between sites.
Eiffage Construction designed the first building to receive the BBCA energy performance label for its high energy efficiency and low carbon footprint. The project provides 140 housing units in Ris-Orangis, just south of Paris.
Eiffage Construction understands that being attentive to needs and initiating dialogue with local people is crucial to ensure balanced regional development. The company has a long tradition of adopting measures to promote communication and consultation with all local stakeholders, including residents, elected representatives and associations.
Co-founded by an Eiffage Construction employee, the RéaVie association was created to promote the reuse of worksite materials otherwise destined for scrap. Through the initiative, fixtures, fittings and other equipment carefully disassembled when a site is dismantled can be effectively reused. The campaign gives a second life to hundreds of different materials, products and pieces of equipment while promoting integration through employment in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
Each of Eiffage Construction’s areas of expertise — construction, property development and urban planning — gives the company new opportunities to prove its commitment to the community.