Pierre Anjolras becomes Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Eurovia
3 March 2014 - 5:45 pm
Pierre Anjolras has been appointed as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Eurovia with effect from 1 March 2014, and becomes a member of VINCI’s Executive Committee.
He succeeds Jacques Tavernier who has decided to take retirement.
Previously, Pierre Anjolras was the Deputy Executive Officer of Eurovia in charge of International and Public-Private Partnerships, from May 2010.
Pierre Anjolras was born in 1966, is a graduate of the École polytechnique and a civil engineer. In the past, he worked for the Loire-Atlantique Department of Infrastructure and then for the European Commission’s Directorate-General for External Relations, before joining the VINCI Group in 1999 as the Regional Director of Sogea Sud-Ouest. In 2004, he became the Chief Operating Officer of Cofiroute before being appointed as Chief Executive Officer of ASF in 2007.
Eurovia is one of the world’s leading players in the construction, repair and maintenance of road and rail infrastructures. With a presence in 16 countries, the company employs 41,000 people and in 2013 had revenue of €8.6 billion.
Eurovia is one of the VINCI’s five divisions, alongside VINCI Autoroutes, VINCI Concessions, VINCI Construction and VINCI Energies.