Eurovia favours a two-pronged approach in terms of management and organization: strong local presence and extensive international coverage. All of our worksites promote teamwork and networking. To promote the dissemination and sharing of management practices and processes at the international level, Eurovia created Kheops, a resource that fosters not only management integration but cultural integration as well.
Eurovia’s structure is based on strong local presence and global scope. Admittedly, our 40,000 projects a year compel us to excel in terms of proximity and coordination, networking and collaboration, and meticulous skill and resource allocation.
Eurovia is made up of nearly 1,300 industrial and commercial entities operating in 16 countries. Each national, regional, or local structure retains its commercial and operational autonomy. This corporate architecture allows us to be genuinely responsive to local needs.
On both major projects and local mandates, various teams and entities work closely together over long periods.
KHEOPS, an operations management system deployed by Eurovia in 2005, is used to ensure global coordination. The system, which is accessible to worksite managers, divisional managers, and central teams, enables integrated information management, cogent reporting, and effective dissemination of good practices. This resource supports the Company’s efforts to globalize both its processes and corporate culture.
Through efficient coordination, Eurovia has been able to reconcile global reach and local presence and mobilize its network of operating units and employees effectively. This is one of the reasons for which Eurovia favours international mobility and functional flexibility among its personnel.
Jacques Tavernier has been the Chief Executive Officer of Eurovia since January 2008. He was born in 1950 and has studied at École Polytechnique. He is a civil engineering specializing in roads and bridges. At ministère de l'Équipement, where he began his career, Jacques Tavernier was executive director of urban development at the new city of Sénart and departmental director of equipments in the Hauts-de-Seine region.
He joined groupe ASF as an executive director in 1998. Until 2006, Jacques Tavernier was executive director of VINCI Concessions and chief executive officer of ASF.
Eurovia Executive Committee
The Executive Committee operates the Company at the highest level of management and decision-making and meets approximately 20 times a year.
Jacques Tavernier, Chief Executive Officer
Pierre Anjolras, Chief Executive Officer, International Trade and Public-Private Partnerships
Guy Vacher, Chief Executive Officer, overseeing France, Belgium, and Specialized Subsidiaries
Dominique Collomp, Deputy Managing Director, in charge of Europe
Patrick Jutier, Chief Financial Officer
Claude Lascols, Director, Human Resources and Prevention
Strategic Steering Committee
The Strategic Orientation Committee being together the members of the Executive Committee and leading Company directors. Its mission is to build consensus around the Company's vision and development strategies. It meets twice a year.
In addition to Executive Committee members, the Strategic Orientation Committee includes:
Uwe Arand, Executive Director, Eurovia GmbH activities in Germany
Luc Bodson, Delegate Director
Martin Borovka, Chief Executive Officer, Eurovia CS, Czech Republic
William Capehart, Chief Executive Officer, Hubbard Group, United States
Jean-Claude Chambard, Delegation Director, Île-de-France/Haute-Normandie region in France
Jean-Luc Dewanckel, Delegation Director, Eastern France
Keith James, President of Carmacks (Alberta, Canada)
Sabrina Loucatel, Director, Communications
K.S Manian, Chief Executive Officer, NAPC, India
Christophe Minier, Delegation Director, Eastern France
Miguel Musalem, Executive Director, Bitumix, Chile
Carlos Ortiz Quintana, Chief Executive Officer, Probisa, Spain
Jean-Pierre Paséri, Delegation Director, Railways and Specialized Subsidiaries
Philippe Poirier, Delegation Director, Rhône-Alpes Auvergne region in France
Philippe Princet, Director, Development, North America
Jean-Pierre Rodoz, Delegation Director, Northern France
Marcel Roireau, President, Construction DJL, Quebec, Canada
Patrick Sulliot, Executive Vice President for the Americas
Kees van der Werff, President, BA Blacktop, British Columbia, Canada
Jean-Noël Velly, Delegation Director, Central and Western France
Christophe Verweirde, Delegation Director, Mediterranean region of France
Scott Wardrop, Managing Director for the United Kingdom and India