Thierry Febvay appointed Deputy Managing Director of Paris La Défense
Paris La Défense now has a full management team. Thierry Febvay, appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the public establishment, will accompany Pierre-Yves Guice, Chief Executive Officer, in defining and implementing its new strategic orientations.
Thierry Febvay, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Paris La Défense
About Thierry Febvay
Thierry Febvay is Chief Engineer for Bridges, Water and Forests and began his career in various government departments.
From 2006 to 2010 in Seine-Saint-Denis, he was in charge of national policies on urban renewal, housing for the disadvantaged and the fight against substandard housing.
Then, from 2010 to 2012, he joined the cabinet of Maurice Leroy, then Minister for Urban Affairs, as a technical advisor on urban renewal and housing issues.
From 2012 to 2016, he was also head of EPARECA, a national public establishment specialising in the restructuring of commercial and craft spaces in neighbourhoods in difficulty.
Finally, Thierry Febvay held the position of Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Grand Paris Aménagement, as well as Chief Executive Officer of EPA ORSA since April 2016 before being appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Paris La Défense.
A new direction for the public establishment's projects
For Georges Siffredi, President of Paris La Défense and the Hauts-de-Seine Department, "*The year 2021 will be a pivotal year for the public establishment and for the development of the region. Between the health crisis, the environmental crisis and Brexit, the next world brings with it countless challenges. But it can also offer many opportunities that we must seize. I am convinced that the professional and human qualities of this new management team will make it possible to carry out the necessary adaptation of the institution's strategy and the continued transformation of the region. In particular, its mission will be to place the challenges of Sustainable Development at the heart of Paris La Défense's strategy, while continuing efforts to modernise and diversify the region.