Turnkey steel construction

Eiffage Métal
Challenging complexity

Eiffage Métal is an industrial designer-assembler

As a historic turnkey steel construction leader, Eiffage Métal is known for its ability to build outstanding structures, constantly pushing back the limits of technology.

At Eiffage Métal we contribute our capacity to innovate and our know-how to complex projects in France and worldwide. Our field of expertise includes substations, foundations, met masts and offshore wind turbine parts, buildings, and engineering, nuclear and industrial structures.

To build these singular and demanding works, Eiffage Métal counts on support from our subsidiaries and integrated design and engineering departments, and the production capacities of our industrial sites throughout Europe.


Materials which have inspired some of architecture’s greatest names

Eiffage Métal is a historic steel construction leader with many years of expertise to its credit, specializing in complex projects and turnkey solutions. We build “haute couture” structures for designers, architects and engineering consultancies in France and worldwide.

We have built our solid reputation with emblematic structures including many prestigious showcase projects such as the Millau and Garabit Viaducts, Louvre Pyramid, Luma and Louis Vuitton Foundations, Saint Gobain Tower, Decathlon Arena Stade Pierre-Mauroy and Hochmosel Viaduct.

Eiffage Métal | Fondation Luma | Photo Hervé Hôte / Agence Caméléon | Architecte Frank Gehry

In our teams’ hands, steel, aluminium, stainless steel and glass become inspirational elements for the most original projects.


At the forefront of renewable energies

Offshore wind energy is a promising field for the years to come, in France and worldwide. Our teams’ high levels of technicity and expertise are two major assets which help to differentiate us in this competitive market . Building foundations, met masts and transition parts requires a rare brand of top-end know-how and technical mastery found at Eiffage Métal.

Place de la Concorde : visitors marvel at the Hôtel de la Marine’s new crystalline glass roof, which opens up the steward’s courtyard to the light

Our teams were faced with the challenge of enhancing, sustaining and protecting heritage while conserving its original architectural aspect when they took on this masterful glass canopy: a genuine work of art and craftsmanship. Challenging complexity in this way is our daily task, and creativity and innovation are part of our DNA. We ambition to design outstanding structures and are very proud of having contributed our expertise to this project for the National Monuments Centre (Centre des monuments nationaux).