Eiffage Energía, a Spanish subsidiary of Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, has just acquired EDS Ingeniería y Montajes, a company that specialises in electrical installation work and maintenance of low, medium and high-voltage lines.
EDS Ingeniería y Montajes, whose head office is located in Galdakao in Spain’s Basque Country, generated revenue of nearly €25 million in 2016 and has more than 270 employees. It operates its business with the support of a seven-branch network in the Basque, Navarre and La Rioja regions.
With more than 30 branches in Spain, Eiffage Energía already has a strong presence in the country and this acquisition will expand its regional network, increasing its workforce to over 3,000 employees.
Eiffage is one of Europe's leading construction and concessions companies. The Group's activities are organised on the basis of the following business lines: construction, real estate and urban development, civil engineering, metal, roads, energy and concessions. Thanks to the experience of more than 63,000 employees, Eiffage generated revenues of €14 billion in 2016, of which nearly 20% outside France.
About Eiffage Énergie Systèmes Eiffage Énergie Systèmes designs, builds and operates grid, energy systems, while respecting people and protecting the environment. As a true energy services contractor with expertise in all aspects of the electrical, industrial and climate engineering, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes offers comprehensive, multi-technical services – from design to operation and maintenance – that can be customised and graduated according to the scale and type of projects. Eiffage Énergie Systèmes provides innovative solutions for local authorities, the infrastructures and networks, the service and industrial sectors, in France and worldwide. Backed by the experience of 25,000 employees, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes generated €3.4 billion in revenues in 2016.
About Eiffage Energía
Eiffage Energía is a key player in the spanish and international sectors of energy production, transport, distribution and maintenance. Eiffage Energía ranks among the leaders in the renewable energy sector, with numerous contracts to its credit around the world. Eiffage Energía has helped to build almost one third of Chile's photovoltaic facilities to date. The company works for top-tier energy utilities and has built more than 50 solar power plants and 80 wind farms worldwide. In addition to its power generation business, Eiffage Energía is very active in the energy transmission, distribution and maintenance sectors. It operates internationally through subsidiaries located in Chile, Mexico, Peru and, since last year, in Jamaica.