• 2018

    A new project

    Eiffage Énergie becomes Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, integrating the full range of Eiffage's electrical engineering, industrial engineering and HVAC expertise.

  • 2015

    Expertise in plant shutdown works

    Clemessy Services joins Eiffage Énergie, bringing specialist expertise in shutdown works at petrochemicals facilities.

  • 2012

    Stade Pierre Mauroy

    Eiffage Énergie installs the electrical systems at the Pierre Mauroy stadium in Lille.

  • 2011

    Eiffage Énergie

    Forclum becomes Eiffage Énergie, the third-largest player in the French market.

  • 2009

    Industrial expertise

    Etablissements Clemessy joins the Eiffage group's Energy division.

  • 2006

    European growth

    During the 2000's, Forclum grows through acquisitions and accelerates its devlopment in Europe. The group posts sales of €2billion and has a workforce of 17,300. 


  • 1999

    10 000 employees

    Norelec merges with Forclum to form a group with more than 10,000 employees. 

  • 1992

    Emergence of Eiffage group

    Fougerolle and SAE (of which Norelec is the Electricity division) merge, giving birth to Eiffage.

  • 1989

    Employee buyout of Fougerolle

    One of the largest-ever emplyee buyouts is launched.

  • 1985

    A major Group

    Forclum joins the Fougerolle group, specialising in construction, public works and road construction.

  • 1977

    Nuclear project

     Clemessy equips the main control room at the Fessenheim nuclear power plant.

  • 1977

    Rail project

     Norelec carries out its first railway signalling project.

  • 1974

    New markets

    After initially focusing on industrial and commercial markets, Forclum expads its activities to include electric heating, HVAC, fire detection, safety and industrial automation.

  • 1969

    Start of the space adventure

    Clemessy deploys teams to French Guiana, helping to build facilities at the Kourou space launch area.

  • 1962

    First installation

    Norelec installs the first large 90 kV transformer station.