HISTORY

2023

FNX-INNOV joins Artelia Group
8,900 employees
Turnover: €934M*
*2022 Artelia + FNX-INNOV combined turnover

ProjektPlan, Mahindra Consulting Engineers, SMC Consulting Engineers, PartenaRail and Eugenius join the Artelia Group

2022

Artelia reinforces its industrial expertise in Northern Europe with the acquisition of LBP Engineering by its Danish subsidiary MOE in order to form a strong pharma unit

With 7,000 employees as of 31 May 2022, Artelia continues to grow

2021

Artelia is continuing to assert itself as one of the top fifteen engineering companies in Europe and one of the largest engineering companies worldwide

6,700 employees
Turnover: €745M

2020

Artelia consolidates its place among the top fifteen construction engineering firms in Europe

6,100 employees
Turnover: €637M

Austin Newport, Principia and Olav Olsen join the Artelia Group

6,100 employees

Artelia unveils its corporate purpose "Designing solutions for a positive life"

Artelia confirms its position as one of Europe’s leading engineering firms with a 24% turnover increase.

5 900 employees
Combined turnover of Artelia and MOE in 2019: €681m

2019

MOE joins the Artelia Group

5,900 employees
Combined turnover of
Artelia and MOE in 2018: €632m

2018

Artelia recorded significant increases in turnover and operating income in 2018

4,900 total workforce
Turnover: €550m

2017

Artelia is now one of Europe’s top 30 engineering companies

4,900 total workforce
Turnover: €485m

Auxitec Ingénierie joins the Artelia Group

4,900 employees
Combined turnover of
Artelia and Auxitec in 2016: €520m

2016

Constant growth of business since 2010

4,000 employees
Turnover : €439m

A new signature for the group: Artelia, Passion & Solutions

2015

Arrival of Benoît Clocheret as the group’s CEO
Introduction of a new system of governance

2012 - 2014

Integration of the Group under the Artelia banner and introduction of an Operational organisation based around the group’s four main activity sectors

2010

2 500 EMPLOYEES

Birth of Artelia, the result of the merger of Coteba and Sogreah
Co-presidency of Alain Bentéjac and Jacques Gaillard

2,500 employees
Turnover: €250m

2003

Coteba, back then a Nexity subsidiary, gains its independence

1998

Sogreah gains its independence (from the Alcatel group)

1961

Birth of Coteba within the Générale des Eaux group

1955

Birth of Sogreah, originally the “Laboratoire Dauphinois d’Hydraulique”