VINCI Concessions


As a private partner for public benefit, VINCI Concessions operates in the rapidly expanding global PPP (Public Private Partnership) market. We make a long-term commitment to all phases of our partners’ transport infrastructure and public facility projects:

  • Design
  • Financing
  • Programme management
  • Operation
  • Maintenance

VINCI Concessions’ business activities

Against a backdrop of growing budget cutbacks and an increasing need to upgrade and build public transport infrastructure and public faclilities, VINCI Concessions optimises the performance of the public services entrusted to it.

VINCI Concessions operates primarily in the fields of:

Key dates

  • 07.31.17 SEA HSL opens for service

  • 07.28.2017 Concession contract signed for Salvador airport in Brazil

  • 12.2016 Acquisition of 100% of LAMSAC, concessionaire of the Línea Amarilla, 25 km toll section of the Lima ring road, and PEX, operator of the LAMSAC electronic toll system.

  • 01.04.2016 VINCI Airports signs the concession contract for 2 airports in Japan

  • 05.08.2015 Signature of a 30-year contract for the construction and operation of the Regina Bypass, Canada

  • 03.28.13 Ohio River Bridges – East End Crossing, the first PPP contract won by VINCI in the United States

  • 09.17.13 Acquisition of ANA, the Portuguese airports concession company



Chief Executive Officer Chairman, VINCI Airports

Nicolas Notebaert is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique (X 89), the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (Ponts 94) and holder of an MBA. Consultant to the World Bank in 1994, he held various positions in the Ministry of Infrastructure between 1995 and 2002, in the DDE (Departmental Infrastructure Directorate - DDE) and on the staff of the Minister. He joined the VINCI Group in 2002 as head of the Operations Department at Cofiroute and moved to VINCI Concessions in 2004 as Director of Business Development, France. In February 2008, he was appointed Chairman of VINCI Airports and became a member of the Executive Committee of VINCI Concessions. In June 2016, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of VINCI Concessions and joined the Executive Committee of VINCI.

Pierre-Yves BIGOT

Human Ressources Director

Pierre-Yves Bigot, holds a postgraduate degree from CELSA. He began his career as a recruitment and training manager in the chemical industry (Hoechst France) and then held the position of Human Resources Director in the industrial and oil and gas equipment (Alfa Laval) and the oil and gas services (Sofresid and Bouygues Offshore) sectors. He joined Soletanche Bachy in 2000 as Human Resources Director before the company became part of the VINCI Group in 2007. In 2009, he was named Human Resources Director at Soletanche Freyssinet after Soletanche Bachy and Freyssinet were merged to form a division of VINCI Construction. In 2017, Pierre-Yves Bigot was appointed Director of Human Resources and Sustainable Development, VINCI Concessions.


Communications Director

Anne Le Bour holds an MBA degree from CELSA. She began her career as communications manager for Brittany Ferries, France’s leading passenger and freight transportation company between France, the UK, Ireland and Spain. She then joined Air France as Director of Communications for its Brit Air subsidiary where she renewed the company’s entire brand identity and developed highly reputed partnerships, in conjunction with Air France. She joined VINCI in 2011 as Communications Director of VINCI Airports. In July 2016, she was appointed Communications Director of VINCI Concessions and became a member of the executive committee.


Executive Vice-President, Chief Financial and Asset Management Officer

Olivier Mathieu is an alumnus of the ESSEC business school (MBA). He began his career as an adviser to the Chief Financial Officer of VINCI in 1995. He then successively became management controller at G+H Montage (VINCI Group – Germany), Chief Financial Officer of Sogea-Satom (Africa branch of VINCI Construction) and Chief Administrative and Financial Officer of VINCI Construction Filiales Internationales (Africa, Overseas France, Germany, Central Europe). Olivier Mathieu was then appointed Chief Financial and Asset Management Officer of VINCI Concessions. He was appointed Executive Vice-President of VINCI Concessions in 2012.


Executive Vice-President, Programme Management, Chairman, VINCI Railways

Christophe Pélissié du Rausas is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique, the Ecole Nationale des Ponts and Chaussées and holds a postgraduate degree in finance from Paris-Dauphine University. He began his career at France's Ministry of Infrastructure before joining the Spie Batignolles Group. He joined VINCI in 1997, where he served successively as Deputy Managing Director of Campenon Bernard, now VINCI Construction Grands Projets, then as Managing Director of VINCI Energies Nord and was later appointed Vice-President, Southeast Europe at VINCI Concessions. He was appointed Executive Vice-President of VINCI Concessions in 2012. He is the President of the AGIFI (the French federation of independent rail infrastructure management companies) and a member of the the high committee supervising the French rail transport system.


Executive Vice-President, Business Development, Chairman, VINCI Highways

Fadi Selwan is a graduate of the École Nationale des Ponts and Chaussées engineering school and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA). In 1990 he joined the Eiffage Group. In 2001, he was appointed Deputy Director of Eiffage Concessions, with responsibility for infrastructure, and was in charge of developing concession projects and public-private partnerships, in particular for motorways, rail lines and equipment, public lighting and urban transport. He joined the VINCI Group in 2007 as head of the VINCI Concessions Business Development Unit, the entity responsible for PPP development worldwide. In 2012, he was appointed Executive Vice-President of VINCI Concessions.