Société du Grand Paris (SGP) has awarded SYSTRA some of the first contracts for project management and
assistance to the owner. Thanks to its extensive experience and references in major urban rail transport
projects in France and abroad, the Group was able to develop the best proposals.
“I am delighted that SYSTRA can help to improve collective mobility in the Greater Paris region by
developing safe, efficient and comfortable transport systems for local residents. The technical complexities,
costs and deadlines for this project are a major challenge and source of motivation for us. Resolving such
issues is in our DNA. I am quite touched by the confidence SGP has shown in us and in their highly
professional approach to the tender process, awarding contracts to very tight deadlines” said a delighted
Pierre Verzat, CEO of SYSTRA.
SYSTRA won the contract for infrastructures project management for the southern section of Line 15
between Noisy-Champs- Villejuif Louis Aragon due to its extensive experience in underground metro
systems and in-depth understanding of the issues facing the Greater Paris region.
The joint-venture managed by SYSTRA, comprising architects ANMA Agence Nicolas Mic elin Associés,
Agence Richez Associés, A ence alode and Pistre Architectes and Atelier d’Arc itecture Kin Kon , won
the contract for the 21km south-west section of Line 15 comprising 8 stations and access to two
maintenance sites. SYSTRA will be responsible for all the design work on this section and for supervising
SYSTRA also won the project management contract for all automated systems and rolling stock for Lines
15, 16 and 17 as well as assistance to the owner on systems.
The Group will work with its partner-shareholder, RATP, the world leader in wide gauge automated metro
– Provide technical assistance on systems for Lines 15, 16 and 17. The Group will advise SGP on all
major systems choices and be responsible for systems integration, performance and coherence.
– Manage projects involving the Line’s rollin stock as well as driverless and central control systems
– Manage systems operations for all the other lines.
SYSTRA will be a key SGP partner, helping to commission successive sections of line between 2020 (from
Noisy-Champs to Pont-de-S vres and 2030. “There is no doubt that one of the Group’s most significant
assets in winning this contract was its technical partnership with RATP and their complementary areas of
expertise.” emphasized Pierre Verzat.
These contracts are part of the priority project to improve services for the inhabitants of the Greater
Paris region and drive economic growth.
The Greater Paris Express is at the centre of a global and sustainable development strategy for the region
that reconciles quality of life with access to outlying districts, economic growth, environmental constraints
and international competitiveness. This new transport network, comprising 200km of new lines and 72
new generation stations, is designed for use by around two million passengers.