Artelia posted a significant increase in turnover and operating income in 2019, combining intrinsic performance and external growth.
Le 10 mars 2020, le Groupe Artelia, acteur européen de référence dans les domaines du bâtiment, des infrastructures, de l’eau, de l’environnement et de l’industrie, annonce l’acquisition de la société Austin Newport, spécialisée dans la rénovation de bâtiments historiques.
On 5 December 2019 in Copenhagen, ARTELIA and MOE announce the acquisition of 100% of the shares in MOE by ARTELIA, as a result of which the shareholders of MOE will reinvest and become shareholders in Artelia, which is wholly owned by its managers and employees.
On 25 September 2019 Artelia finalized a new share transmission operation, marking a key milestone in the Group's history.
The Open Ocean team is joining the Artelia Group, a leading European engineering firm specialising in building construction, infrastructure, water, industry and the environment.
Having enjoyed constant growth since 2010, Artelia recorded significant increases in turnover and operating income in 2018, consolidating both its development strategy and its shareholding model.
Artelia has signed an Energy Performance Contract (EPC) relating to the Gadagne Museums and Vaise swimming pool in Lyon, acting as lead firm in a consortium with ENGIE Cofely and Alep Architecture. This is the first contract of this type to be instigated by Lyon City Council, and it stipulates a 24% reduction in energy consumption over a ten-year period.
On 15 March 2019 the Artelia Group announced that it is acquiring engineering consultancy Gantha, with whom it intends to propose new environmental services and harness synergies in the fields of acoustics, pollution dispersion and fluid mechanics.
On 20 November 2018 the Artelia Group signed the agreement to acquire a stake in Openergy, a start-up that specialises in simulating energy consumption in buildings and monitoring energy performance contracts (EPC).
On 13 November 2018, Mr François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor of the Banque de France, officially inaugurated the bank’s new facility in La Courneuve (north of Paris). The 4.5 ha brownfield site formerly occupied by Babcock factories was transformed over a 5-year period by a consortium comprising the Artelia Group and architecture firm Jean-Paul Viguier & Associés.