Vinci has unveiled plans for its new head office in Nanterre near Paris.
The 74,000m2 complex will house all its business lines at the same site and nearly 4,000 employees will work there.
The building design was chosen following a competition and the winners were Jean-Paul Viguier et Asssociés, in association with architect Marc Mimram. The aim of the building is to showcase Vinci’s technical abilities. The buildings have been designed to accommodate change of use and employee mobility.
The seven interconnected buildings that make up the head office will sit alongside shops and public facilities and aims to add to the urban renewal of Nanterre.