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  • Institut Français du Pétrole awards a maintenance contract to SPIE Ile-de-France Nord-Ouest | SPIE

    IFP's head office at Rueil-Malmaison, Hauts-de-Seine, comprises 32 buildings with a total area of 93 700 sq. m. The electrical work entrusted to the SPIE branch covers high-voltage systems, generators, UPSs, fire safety, access control and video surveillance, automatic doors and gas detection. This one-year contract which is renewable three times is worth 500 000 a year
  • SPIE Est carries out work worth 15 million for Chalon's new hospital | SPIE

    A comprehensive work package covering all fluid systems, including HVAC, plumbing and sanitation, medical fluid, and pneumatic systems and cold rooms has been entrusted to a consortium made up of SPIE Est and its subsidiary Mouillot, consortium leader Tunzini and Air Liquide Santé... a centralised hospital management system with 8 000 terminals covering all the work packages in the project
  • Production equipment | SPIE

    The Group offers a wide range of technical skills covering mechanical and industrial electromechanical engineering, HVAC systems, electricity, robotics, automated systems and instrumentation. The Group's multidisciplinary skillset enables it to manage complex and multi-technical projects, while its dense network of locations ensures responsive communications and optimal safety conditions for its customers
  • SPIE Deutschland System Integration wins a contract with Deutsche Bundesbank | SPIE

    SPIE Deutschland System Integration wins a contract with Deutsche Bundesbank. SPIE Deutschland System Integration's Darmstadt office has obtained a contract with Germany's leading bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, for the wiring of its buildings in Frankfurt. The million euro contract covers the installation of 16 000 Kerpen Keystone connections and more than 180 000 metres of cables