septembre 23, 2021


This Thursday, September 23, 2021, constitutes a new step forward for Neyrpic, marked by the signing of a partnership agreement in favor of employment between Apsys and the PLIE Grenoble-Alpes Métropole. This signature follows the final granting of the building permit last July.

This employment agreement was signed by Christophe FERRARI, President of Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, and Maurice BANSAY, founding President of Apsys, in the presence of David QUEIROS, Mayor of Saint-Martin-d’Hères, and Céline DESLATTES, Vice-President of Grenoble-Alpes Métropole in charge of employment, integration and youth.

The purpose of this agreement is to set out the rules for collaboration between Apsys and the Local Plan for Integration and Employment (PLIE) of Grenoble-Alpes Métropole for the implementation of social clauses in the Neyrpic project’s works contracts.

Under this agreement, Apsys undertakes to reserve 5% of the work hours generated by the construction site of the future Neyrpic leisure center for people who are far from employment. In return, the Local Integration and Employment Plan (PLIE), which has been supported by Grenoble-Alpes Métropole for the past 20 years, has undertaken to support Apsys in this approach by mobilizing its professionals to identify the most suitable contracts for the clauses, by identifying job-seeker candidates suited to these needs, and by organizing recruitment activities throughout the construction site.

In total, approximately 46,000 hours of work experience will be generated over two years, representing nearly 29 full-time equivalents of work experience.

Neyrpic is an ambitious and virtuous project to redevelop the Neyrpic factories located in the heart of Saint-Martin d’Hères. It aims to provide the town with attractive living, leisure and sharing spaces and to contribute to its economic development, while respecting the major metropolitan balances, the history of the former factories and the requirements of the ecological transition. From an economic standpoint, the project should create and/or maintain 2,100 jobs between the construction and operation phases. A significant portion of the work will be entrusted to local or regional companies: a charter was signed in this sense with the Fédération Française du Bâtiment de l’Isère in 2016.

« I am delighted that the signing of the agreement with PLIE Grenoble-Alpes Métropole comes at a key stage in Neyrpic’s development: just a few weeks before the start of construction work, made possible by recent favorable developments in the project’s administrative situation. The signing of this agreement illustrates the desire of Apsys, a responsible and committed player, to take concrete action in favor of employment and integration and to make Neyrpic a virtuous and beneficial project for the Grenoble area. Other initiatives will follow on the employment front. » Maurice Bansay