VINCI Airports' management committee is composed of 10 members who bring their vision to the day-to-day development of an international Group.
VINCI Airports Chief Technical Officer and in charge of VINCI Concessions' Hydrogen competence centre
Born in 1976, Guillaume Dubois is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (1999).After a first experience in the field of infrastructure project finance, he joined the Bouygues group in 2006 as CEO of the Highway 2000 project, Jamaica's first toll highway. In 2009, he was appointed CEO of the Miami Access Tunnel project, a 35-year PPP with the Florida Department of Transportation.
In 2015, Guillaume Dubois joined the VINCI Group and settled in Canada as CEO of the Regina Bypass project, the largest transportation infrastructure project in Saskatchewan and the first to be carried out under a public-private partnership.
Building on this experience, Guillaume Dubois was subsequently appointed Director of Asset Management in North America for VINCI Concessions. In this position, he successfully oversaw VINCI Highways' North American assets, including the Confederation Bridge and the Fredericton-Moncton highway in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, and the East End Crossing Bridge over the Ohio River, linking the American states of Kentucky and Indiana.
In October 2020, Guillaume Dubois was appointed Technical and Operations Director of VINCI Highways and joined its Executive Committee.
In 2023, he was nominated Chief Technical Officer of VINCI Airports, joined its Management Comittee and also in charge of VINCI Concessions' Hydrogen competence centre.