Barely a year after entering the TOP 5 of the Bridges category, SYSTRA continues to climb to the very top of the ENR rankings, taking 4th position. The Group’s growth forecast for 2022 is +20% of turnover in this segment, equivalent to that of the top company in the ranking.
In the Mass Transit & Rail segment, SYSTRA remains one of the undisputed champions since the creation of the ranking by retaining its 3rd position, just behind WSP and Aecom, with growth 15%, higher than that of the category as a whole (+10% for the category).
These excellent results confirm those published in August for the other categories: SYSTRA moved up to 8th position (+1 compared to the 2022 ranking) in the Transportation category and confirmed its entry from the previous year in the top 225 International Design Firms, moving up to 24th position.
The Top Global Sourcebook Release, which the American magazine has just published, is based on international turnover (excluding France for SYSTRA) declared for 2022 by the world’s largest companies in several categories.
Once again, these rankings confirm our international strategy focused on transport engineering. Each year, SYSTRA consolidates its position as one of the world’s leading players in the mobility sector. This renewed success is to the credit of all our teams who, once again this year, have capitalised on our international expertise to win the confidence of our clients. We can be proud of what we have achieved so far and look to the future with determination.Pierre Verzat, CEO of SYSTRA
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