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The subsidiary Q-Park France


History and development

Q-Park France is the subsidiary on a human scale managing 190 parking facilities distributed in 70 French cities.
In 2002, Q-Park has repurchased ParcoFrance, a company of the Bouygues Group. The enterprise then had 70 employees and managed 17 000 parking places. By integrating the Hollandais Group, the company immediately benefitted from its financial strength and, therefore, accelerated its development.
In 2015, after two repurchases, Sérimo in 2003 and Epolia in 2008, Q-Park France manages 190 parking facilities (100 000 places) and generates 107 million euros in revenue. A remarkable growth maintained and made possible by a team of 400 employees throughout the entire territory.
Q-Park France believes in a model based on a high quality commitment and a unique design - a distinctive key sign. Construction, renovation and management of parking facilities represent a challenging task that continues to evolve.
The development of Q-Park is based on its expertise, its quality, its responsiveness and its ability to adapt to the demands of its partners.
Q-Park France collaborates with communities and private actors in order to better meet new expectations of the clients, to respond to the changes of regulations, to improve the quality of life and mobility of the urban centres.


Michèle SALVADORETTI, Director General
An INSA engineer, Michèle SALVADORETTI has been holding positions in the Development Team and the Management Team of the Bouygues BTP Group, before taking the lead of Q-Park in 2002.

In several years, Michèle SALVADORETTI managed to double the size of Q-Park France, to have an innovative approach in comparison with the competitors, to be proactive in the technological projects, while preserving compliance with the Q-Park values.

Since 2008, she is also the President of the Union of Operators of the NAPI (National Association of the Parking Industry), contributing to the improvement of the image of the profession.

Henk TEUNISSEN, Secretary General
A graduate of advanced studies in administration, finance and management, Henk Teunissen has broad operational and generalist experience in finance as well as in information systems.

This is why Henk has succeeded so well in an international environment, across a variety of industrial segments, including Philips and PSA. His experience in the property sector and the services sector with Vodaphone (telecoms), as well as with Corio (a European company that owns and manages shopping centers) has led, over the last 12 years, to his position as CFO in France.

Henk joined the Q-Park group in February, 2017 to bring to the French teams rigorous financial and administrative management tempered with a desire for human resource management that is based on communication and dialog.

CSR policy

Specific commitments related to the parking sector.

Car is acknowledged as one of the most visible sources of CO2 emissions. Completely aware of this reality, Q-Park intends to act with determination in order to confine the ecological impact of its activity. Support of the consumers and mobilisation of its clients, Q-Park endeavours to play a crucial role in this matter and believes in the development of sustainable mobility. For this purpose, Q-Park made several commitments:
  • Favour the sustainable urban mobility:
Accessibility to the parking facilities, traffic regulation, dynamic signage, guidance to free parking lots via innovative technological methods (GPS, Internet, mobile applications, etc.), interaction with the alternative and collective modes of transport, installation of car-sharing stations, combined tariff plans (parking + public transport) with the same access support.
  • Build and manage the environmentally friendly parking structures:
The use of non-polluting and long-lasting materials, installation of recharge areas for electric vehicles, energy saving devices (presence sensors, energy-efficient neon lighting), commitments of the partners, subcontractors, manufacturers (communication of carbon assessments of our main service providers).
  • To be a source of proposals to the communities in order to smooth traffic flows:
Mutualisation of parking places, optimisation of accessibility in the downtown area and traffic regulation, innovative solutions for the evaluation of infrastructures, consulting in the tariff policy.