Thierry Behiels joined Codic in 1988 as project manager. He developed several projects in Belgium (business parks, commercial and office projects). He was appointed director in 1990 and CEO in 1992. He has been at the head of Codic International as chief executive officer since 1998.
Both a civil engineer (ECAM, 1981) and a business engineer (HEC Saint-Louis, 1985), Thierry Behiels is also IPI approved (Institut Professionnel des Agents Immobiliers, 2005).
Before joining Codic, Thierry Behiels was as an engineer for the engineering firm DINAC, prior to working for the property department of the insurance company Urbaine UAP.
He is also a member of the following property-related bodies: Ile-de-France region’s Club de l’Immobilier, the Chambre Immobilière de Belgique, the Union Professionnelle du Secteur Immobilier, the WTC Association, the steering committee of ULI France, the Conseil National des Centres Commerciaux and ING’s advisory committee.
Hervé Bodin joined our group in 2012 as chief financial officer. With his background in the banking and finance sector, he has excellent knowledge of the world of property and its stakeholders.
He trained both as an engineer (graduating from the Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Electronique et Electrotechnique in Paris and the California Institute of Technology in Los Angeles) and a financier (master’s degree, HEC, Paris).
Before joining Codic, Hervé Bodin worked at Paribas in 1997, becoming part of the property team in BNP Paribas’s Corporate Finance Department in 2000 (Fusions & Acquisitions).
Philippe Weicker joined our group in 1997 as project manager then director. He was appointed general manager of Codic Belgium in 2006 and contributed to the development of Belgium through business parks and projects in Zones of Regional Interest in Brussels, among other things.
In 2011, he joined Codic International as advisor to the CEO and mainly works on the development of the Romanian projects.
An architect with a post-graduate diploma in heritage conservation, he previously worked at Groupe Etex as marketing manager before joining the architect's firm, François Schilling.
He is also a member of the management committee of the Union Professionnelle du Secteur de l’Immobilier, ULI and the Cercle de Lorraine.
Christophe Jacobs joined our group in 2006 and is general manager of Codic Belgium. Before that, he was project manager, then director and assistant general manager. Among other things, he managed the development project for the Gaucheret ZIR in Brussels and the marketing side of the Atlantis and Wavre projects. He initiated the development of an office building at the Brussels Airport site.
With a degree in Applied Economics and Finance and Taxation (University of Antwerp), a post-graduate diploma in real estate (Solvay Business School) and a master’s degree in real estate (KUL), he previously worked at Deloitte Real Estate as a consultant and at ING as a property portfolio manager.
He is also a member of VOKA and the Union Professionnelle du Secteur de l’Immobilier.
Christophe Sirot joined our group in 1992 and has been the general manager of Codic France since 2004. Before that, he was project manager, director and assistant general manager. He helped to develop Codic in France through numerous projects.
With a degree in law, he began his career as a corporate real estate advisor for UFFI.
Christophe Boving joined our group in 2001 and has been the general manager of Codic Hungary since 2010. Before that, he was project manager then assistant director at Codic Luxembourg where he looked after The Square and K2 projects among others. In 2014, he was appointed Head of Development and Project Management and still remains in charge of our Hungarian projects.
Training as a civil engineer, he began his career at TUC Rail as an engineer, then as an engineer and advisor at MTS Benelux, finally becoming a project engineer at Group Solid.
Yann Le Gall joinded Codic in 2005 and is Deputy General Manager of Codic France in 2016 and is in charge of the Office Department. Before that, he was project manager and director.
He first followed up the development of the "Val Saint-Quentin" business park, totaling more than 40,000 m². He then successfully led the development of the "Start" building (30,000 m²) in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. He initiated the development of the first building of the “Victor Hugo eco-district ZAC” in Bagneux with the "Resonance" project. This building of 25,000 m², located along the RD 920, was leased to Neopost and sold to Schroder Real Estate. This first operation continued with the "Network" building with an area of 21,000 m², in co-promotion with Nexity. In May 2020, neighboring plots were acquired from Sadev 94 in order to be enable the development of the "Network II" building, which will total 15,000 m². Back in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, he recently launched the demolition-reconstruction of the "Native" building, located on the Avenue du Centre, near the RER subway station.
Yann Le Gall is Bachelor of Science (Neoma Business School) and Master in Real Estate Promotion Management (Ecole Supérieure des Professions Immobilières).