VINCI Highways names new president

By Jenny Lescohier08 September 2020

Belen Marcos has been appointed president of VINCI Highways, VINCI Concessions’ road mobility subsidiary, and executive vice president of VINCI Concessions. She joins the VINCI Concessions Management Committee, directed by Nicolas Notebaert, CEO of VINCI Concessions.


Belen Marcos, president, VINCI Highways

Holder of a degree in civil engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, as well as a postgraduate degree in infrastructure and transport from the École des Ponts ParisTech, Belen Marcos has occupied various roles at Ferrovial and was recently president of CINTRA US.

Her new role will involve continuing to drive growth for VINCI Concessions’ motorway projects and supervising the VINCI Highways network, which spans over 3,500 km in 14 countries.

VINCI holds its position at number five on the latest ICON 200, an annual ranking of the world’s biggest construction contractors by sales figures, with sales of US$54.6 billion. The company has a number of subsidiaries, including Lane, which operates primarily in North America.

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