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2019 CW Power 100: Christian Laugier of Egis takes #86 spot

CEO of Egis' Middle East business unit is a new entry to 2019 Construction Week Power 100 ranking

Christian Laugier of Egis Middle East.
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Christian Laugier of Egis Middle East.

A 36-year veteran of French engineering group Egis, Christian Laugier has served as chief executive officer of the multi-service consultancy’s Middle East business unit for the past 12 years.

For the current fiscal year – covering the 12-month period ending 31 December, 2019 – the value of the company’s projected revenue stands at $150m, 75% of which has already been secured.

Dubai-based Laugier is overseeing 570 full-time qualified engineers this year – a 20-person increase on 2018’s corresponding figure.

The group’s training and development budget for 2019 stands at $150,000 – a $50,000 increase on last year. Leadership and management training for senior staff is cited as one of the key training initiatives on the company’s agenda this year.

In 2018, Egis generated 13% of its total revenue in the Middle East, according to the group’s website.

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