The McArthurGlen Paris-Giverny Outlet Village, built by Eiffage Construction, opens its doors to the public

Construction Division

The inauguration took place on 27 April in the presence of Frédéric Duché, President of the Seine Normandie Agglomeration, Simon Babre, Prefect of the Eure, Michael Natas, Development Director of the McArthurGlen Group, Myriem Nieres-Tavernier, General Manager Paris Giverny at McArthurGlen Group, Edouard Dubost, Regional Director Eiffage Construction, Alex-André Jeanssen, Director Haute-Normandie Eiffage Construction, Franck Roulland, Commercial and Development Director Eiffage Construction.

This imposing site (250m long/160m wide), located 55km northwest of Paris, represents a major centre of activity and attraction for the Normandy region. In total, a hundred or so shops and seven restaurants (representing 19,000 m² of sales area) have been built in Douains (27).

The site is unusual in terms of its size (90,000 m²), but also in terms of the number of workers involved: up to 800 at peak times and 160,000 hours of work experience.
On the environmental side, the site was built to meet the "High Environmental Quality" standard. In order to integrate nature into the heart of the project, green walls cover the façades. The operation aims to achieve the HPE Excellence environmental label.
Congratulations to our work teams in the North-West for this large-scale project!
Owner: McArthurGlen Group
Project manager: TERRELL
Design office: TERRELL
Economist: Gleeds

Photo credit: ATMOS'FAIRE