Europe's largest construction companies based on sales 2016-2017

Largest construction companies in Europe based on sales in 2016 and 2017 (in billion euros)

Europe's largest construction companies based on sales 2016-2017 This statistic represents Europe's largest construction companies in 2016 and 2017, based on sales. With 2017 revenue of around 9.43 billion euros, UK-based construction group Balfour Beatty was ranked 8th.
Construction companies – additional information

Construction, generally defined as the process of creating infrastructure or buildings, is associated to a variety of different sectors including residential, commercial, environmental and energy, industrial, transportation and defense. The construction industry makes a major contribution to generating value to and creating jobs in the European economy. In 2015, European-based construction contractors generated revenue streams of around 2.12 billion U.S. dollars, making it the second largest construction market worldwide.

The French construction company, Vinci, was founded in 1899 by Alexandre Giros and Louis Loucher and is headquartered in Rueil-Malmaison in France. The company employs more than 200 people and has a large portfolio of building and engineering projects around the globe. In 2016, Vinci reported earnings amounting to approximately 38.1 billion euros. That year, Vinci was by far the leading construction company within Europe in terms of sales, followed by its closest competitor, the ACS Construction Group. In a global comparison of construction contractors, Vinci was ranked fifth, while four of the leading companies were located in China.

Other big construction companies in the European market include Bouygues, Skanska and Eiffage. Another company in the European construction sector is CRH plc. This Irish company specializes in building materials businesses, and employed more than 42,600 people in Europe in 2016.
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Largest construction companies in Europe based on sales in 2016 and 2017 (in billion euros)

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20162017
Vinci
(France)
38.0740.25
ACS
Spain)
31.9834.9
Bouygues
(France)
31.7732.9
Skanska
(Sweden)
15.3516.39
Eiffage
(France)
14.3115.26
Strabag
(Austria)
12.413.51
Ferrovial
(Spain)
10.7612.21
Balfour Beatty
(UK)
10.69.43
Acciona
(Spain)*
5.987.25
Royal Bam Group NV
(The Netherlands)*
6.986.6
20162017
Vinci
(France)
38.0740.25
ACS
Spain)
31.9834.9
Bouygues
(France)
31.7732.9
Skanska
(Sweden)
15.3516.39
Eiffage
(France)
14.3115.26
Strabag
(Austria)
12.413.51
Ferrovial
(Spain)
10.7612.21
Balfour Beatty
(UK)
10.69.43
Acciona
(Spain)*
5.987.25
Royal Bam Group NV
(The Netherlands)*
6.986.6
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This statistic represents Europe's largest construction companies in 2016 and 2017, based on sales. With 2017 revenue of around 9.43 billion euros, UK-based construction group Balfour Beatty was ranked 8th.
Construction companies – additional information

Construction, generally defined as the process of creating infrastructure or buildings, is associated to a variety of different sectors including residential, commercial, environmental and energy, industrial, transportation and defense. The construction industry makes a major contribution to generating value to and creating jobs in the European economy. In 2015, European-based construction contractors generated revenue streams of around 2.12 billion U.S. dollars, making it the second largest construction market worldwide.

The French construction company, Vinci, was founded in 1899 by Alexandre Giros and Louis Loucher and is headquartered in Rueil-Malmaison in France. The company employs more than 200 people and has a large portfolio of building and engineering projects around the globe. In 2016, Vinci reported earnings amounting to approximately 38.1 billion euros. That year, Vinci was by far the leading construction company within Europe in terms of sales, followed by its closest competitor, the ACS Construction Group. In a global comparison of construction contractors, Vinci was ranked fifth, while four of the leading companies were located in China.

Other big construction companies in the European market include Bouygues, Skanska and Eiffage. Another company in the European construction sector is CRH plc. This Irish company specializes in building materials businesses, and employed more than 42,600 people in Europe in 2016.
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