Our team

Sabine Fauquez has spent most of her career in environmental services. She is President of OFIS, Veolia's sanitary engineering office for the past 5 years, after having been Deputy General Manager of Endetec, Veolia's subsidiary dedicated to environmental monitoring solutions.

Previously, for more than 10 years, she held several management positions at Veolia Water's headquarters, including Director of Environmental Performance; Director of Consumers; Director of Customer Relations.

She began her career by holding operational responsibilities for twelve years.

Sabine Fauquez is also a director of companies certified by the IFA-Sciences Po.

 

Business units

  • Frédéric Bouvier
    Deputy Managing Director for Air Quality

    Frédéric Bouvier is a chemistry engineer. He joined Veolia to take over the management of Veolia's Air Expertise Cluster in 2018, and became OFIS's deputy general manager. From 2015 to 2018, he was the General Director of the Association for the Monitoring and Study of Air Pollution in Ile de France (Airparif), where he notably set up the 2016-2020 air quality monitoring Program. Previously, Frédéric BOUVIER directed Atmo Rhône-Alpes, the observatory for monitoring and information on air quality in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes approved by the French Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition.

  • Jérémy Rayez
    WATER BU Manager West Paris (IDF-Ouest)

    Jérémy Rayez joined OFIS in 2001 as a technical studies officer. He then moved on to sales and management positions. From 2011 to 2015, he was head of the OFIS Ile-de-France & North agency. Since 2015, he is Head of the WATER IDF - West Pole. In constant contact with the technical and commercial teams, he is in charge of providing the best answers to the health problems of our customers.

  • Frédéric Bailer
    WATER BU Manager Grand-Est Region

    Frédéric Bailer is an engineer in process engineering. He joined OFIS company in 1999 as a design engineer, for the realization of diagnostics in sanitary water networks and cooling towers. From 2002 to 2015, he was head of the OFIS Rhône-Alpes-Auvergne agency. Since 2015, he is Head of the WATER Grand Est Pole.

  • Fabienne Lapierre
    Training BU Manager

    Fabienne Lapierre joined OFIS in 2002 for her end of university course "Quality and Water Management". She first worked as an engineer in the technical direction before moving to local and national commercial positions. In 2014, she was appointed QHSE Manager allowing her to use her operational experience in the necessary changes to the Quality system in place, a guarantee of excellence in OFIS services. In 2019, Fabienne LAPIERRE is appointed Head of the Training division whose ambition is to structure the training of OFIS employees and to diversify the training offer for clients.

Operational support teams

  • Muriel Albert
    Deputy Managing, Director for Innovation

    Muriel Albert is an ENSIP engineer specializing in the treatment of water and nuisances. She is Deputy General Director of OFIS in charge of innovation since 2019.

    In 1999, she joined the company as a research engineer in Aix-en-Provence. Her evolution within the operational teams led her to take responsibility for the OFIS Ile-de-France & North agency until 2008.

    She then devoted herself to designing new services and exporting OFIS know-how internationally as Director of Development. She is still in charge of the internal incubator that she set up in 2015 and runs it in close collaboration with Veolia's functional departments.

  • Gaël Le Couedic
    Performance Director

    Gaël Le Couedic holds a DESS in Chemical and Biological Quality of Atmospheres. He joined OFIS in 1999 as a research engineer. He was successively head of operations and head of the OFIS Ile-de-France agency. In 2012 he joined a subsidiary of SADE specialized in the realization of plumbing and air conditioning in buildings, as a Production Manager. In 2017, he rejoins OFIS to take charge of the digital transformation of the company. He has since been appointed Director of Performance.