With the benefit of its experience in the road sector, NEOVIA made a conscious decision to integrate all the techniques enabling the conservation of our valuable assets.
Through its two business lines, road surface water proofing and adherence of existing surfaces, the NEOVIA Group offers innovative techniques and highly-effective productive processes which all go into making it an essential part of the show today.
- What types of clients or partners do you meet at the show?
Our key contacts are public works contractors (both majors and small businesses), department councils, local authorities and motorway operations companies.
- What do you think are the event’s strengths?
Interoute&Ville is a vector for influence communications and a chance to bring together the entre profession of “roadies” around the same concerns. Its colocation with the IDRRIM congress enhances the exchanges between private and public groups working in the areas of infrastructure and regional development.
- Do you have any special news to share in 2016?
The 2016 event will provide NEOVIA with the opportunity to celebrate its 10th birthday. When I founded the firm in 2006, I was convinced that major contracting authorities were going to shift their priorities towards less onerous road maintenance techniques. Backed up by innovative techniques, low-scale maintenance operations therefore enable us to cost-effectively maintain our widespread network. Our group’s success can be explained by our anticipation of non-expressed demand which has turned out to be entirely justified in today’s environment of restricted public investment. Finally, NEOVIA has united its employees around a common strategy with the consistent goals of quality and safety.