Eiffage Énergie Systèmes strengthened in 2022 its position in the healthcare infrastructure market, securing several major contracts and taking orders worth close to €250 million for the year.
In France, the “Ségur de la Santé” plan to transform and renovate infrastructure and modernise the healthcare system validates the strategic approach Eiffage Énergie Systèmes has adopted in this market.
Based on its expertise in electrical, energy and climate engineering, the company offers innovative and intelligent solutions for operations and maintenance, patient comfort and well-being, safety and security, the healthcare setting and the digital hospital (see infographic below).
Through its entities in Monaco, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes won in consortium the heating / ventilation / air conditioning / extraction, plumbing and electrical works packages for construction of the New Princess Grace Hospital Centre (NCHPG) in Monaco. Order for the phase 1 is worth over €95 million (Eiffage share: €86 million), and phase 2 is currently under negotiation. One of the challenges facing the teams will be the dense urban setting for this colossal 10-year project.
At the same time, teams are currently working for the University Hospital Centre in Nantes, France’s largest hospital project. Eiffage Énergie Systèmes secured the high- and low-voltage electrical engineering contract for the 115,000 sq.m main Lot, which will house the operating theatres, accident and emergency department, nuclear medicine, imaging, medical and surgical life support, and the hospital’s energy plant. The project has a strong sustainable development dimension including managing energy consumption and reducing carbon footprint. The contract is worth almost €45 million.
Driven by the current buoyant investment levels in the sector, teams from Eiffage Énergie Systèmes worked in 800 public and private health and social care facilities in 2022, including the American Hospital of Paris and hospitals in Lille, Reims, Nancy, Rennes, Orléans, Bordeaux, Toulouse and Montpellier.