Social infrastructure

Bureau Veritas collaborates with public authorities and private companies to support the construction of social infrastructure on every continent.

Social infrastructure for today and tomorrow

Your challenges

Urban growth is driving the need for safe and reliable social infrastructure such as hospitals, educational facilities, stadiums or exhibition centers.
As investors and contractors, you must work with reliable partners to ensure that your social infrastructure projects meet expected levels of quality, safety and affordability.

How we support you

We are recognized as a committed partner to public and private companies.

Our engineering have strong expertise in social infrastructure, such as:

  • Sport & Stadium: We are the leading TIC Company in global sports asset development, helping clients in building and controls sustainable sport venues. Our iconic portfolio encompasses projects for Euro and FIFA world Cups, Major League Baseball (MLB), National Football League (NFL), as well as major tennis ATP tournaments.
  • Education: The construction and the operation of schools, universities and other complex education buildings requires specialized technical engineering skills. Our projects span the entire education sector, from nurseries, primary and secondary schools to colleges and some of the world’s most prestigious universities.
  • Hospital: Our global team of engineers, consultants and technical specialists are highly experienced in controlling and implementing healthcare facilities. We are focused on technical outcomes, controlling healthcare environments and processes, which promote sustainability, efficiency and resiliency.

Our range of certification services for social infrastructure enables you to ensure safety, safeguard your reputation, and optimize your asset performance. Our certification programs include the following: ISO 55001 Asset Management, which helps you maximize your return on investment; ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, which enable you to meet quality and environmental management regulations; and ISO 45001, which assesses occupational health and safety management systems to prevent workplace-related accidents and illness.