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The Santeau Group (NYSE: SVE) is a major global development and construction company that specializes in large-scale urban projects worldwide. It employs over 5 million people in 110 countries.[1]


Originally founded in France in the early 1970s as a waste management company, the Santeau Group expanded to the area of infrastructure construction and civil engineering. By the late 2020's, the Santeau Group had become a multi-national corporation with holdings all over the world, with a revenue so large that, if converted to GDP, would rank the company as the 3rd richest nation in the world. Part of Santeau's growth were attributed to the use of augmented labor.[1]

Following the Aug Incident in 2027, Santeau undertakes a project to make "safe havens" for augmented people where they can be free to live and work without discrimination. Santeau calls this project the "Safe Harbour Initiative," with the flagship project being Rabi'ah.[2]

In 2029, the proposed United Nations resolution known as the Human Restoration Act stands to jeopardize Santeau's profits. Passage of the Act would create an unsustainable inflow of augmented population into Rabi'ah. Shortly before the UN is set to vote, Santeau CEO Nathaniel Brown holds a convention at the Apex Centre in London to rally support against passage of the Human Restoration Act.


Útulek Complex[]

Main article: Útulek Complex

Santeau built the Útulek Complex as a temporary housing to Prague's working class. However, after the Aug Incident the Prague government seized control of the Complex and turned it into permanent housing for unlicensed Augs. The Útulek Complex became known as "Golem City."


Main article: Rabi'ah

Santeau's flagship city construction project is called Rabi'ah. The company plans to create and assemble the entire city on site using industrial 3D printing. Rabi'ah is advertised to "serve as a global refuge for the augmented, free from segregation and amply supplied with large stores of Neuropozyne" (a drug that prevents augmentation rejection).[3]

Exclusionary Walls[]

In the United States, Santeau built exclusionary walls around Dallas, Seattle and Chicago.[3]

Publications on Santeau[]