Competition won in 2016
VINCI builds its new headquarters in the city of Nanterre at the heart of the future Groues district. A space representing a new link of union between the city and the bussiness district 'La Défense'
On the horizon for 2020, this architectural ensemble of 74.00m2 will unite on this site almost 4000 collaborators and employees of the headquarters and its concession activities of VINCI.The Groues architectural project was selected following a competition with a jury attended by Xavier Huillard, President and CEO of VINCI, Patrick Jarry, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Défense public Seine Arche (Epadesa) and Mayor of Nanterre, and Hugues Parant, Director General of Epadesa.
Jean-Paul Viguier et Associates and Associate architect Marc Mimram designed the future VINCI headquarter ensuring its intergation and its durability it its urban environment. This architectural ensemble adheres to ambitious environmental objectives and responds to issues relating to the evolution of uses of the several buildings and the mobility of its occupants. This project is constituted of several buildings that are linked to one another evoking the essence of an archipelago. In the interior the new headquarter will offer modern and comfortable spaces favouring and encouraging collaborative work.
The project equally suggest the implementation of a variety of difference commerce, services and amenities to the public. In effect, this mixed-use program aims to tranform the 11e district of Nanterre into an exemplary representation of a place that has the highest quality of life and receptivity and openness onto other territories. Public transport like the RER and upon project completion the future Nanterre-la-Folie station bringing together the RER E and line 15 of the Grand Paris Express will be partly housed underneath the future headquarter.