ECT offers communities, local authorities and private operators the opportunity to build or extend golf courses. This works by upcycling inert soil excavated by the construction & public works sector.

The re-use of this soil makes it possible to create landforms for a golf course, and bringing in soil finances the design and execution of the course itself. And means that there is a very wide choice over the way the land is developed.

Our experience in the design of landforms provides you with the necessary guarantees for your golf projects. Our specialist team manages the flow of soil and the rhythms of landfill, and organises the development works.

We work directly with the site owner, the golf course operator and a golf course designer.

Thanks to its partnership with the Humanité & Biodiversité association, ECT works to set a methodology for golf projects that promotes biodiversity.

See the ECT brochure on the optimisation of golf courses by bringing in inert soil

Examples from ECT's land-use developments : Golf courses

Golf course at Marolles-en-Brie (77)

Golf course at Saint-Aubin (91)

Golf course at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (78)

Golf course at Sénart / Saint-Pierre-du-Perray (77)




  • Above, photos of work done by ECT on the golf course at Saint-Aubin (91), the Sénart golf course (91) and the municipal course at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (78)