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Engineering companies

  • SPIE's french subsidiaries rewarded for their safety policy | SPIE

    French professional organisation of electrical and HVAC engineering companies. [ii] OPPBTP
  • SPIE Awarded Contract at Arlington's Gloucester Business Park to Design and Install Incoming Building Services | SPIE

    The company maintains a valued relationship with a long-term customer and will be retained as the installation contractor to ensure a seamless service. London, February 22nd 2018 --SPIE UK has begun work at Arlington's Gloucester Business Park, for a building services contract worth close to £ 2.5m. Arlington is a specialist property company owning, developing and managing business parks across the UK. SPIE provide early stage concepts and budgets to help the Arlington team to secure an end user, and then move on to completely design the building services, being retained as the installation contractor to ensure an efficient and seamless facility
  • SPIE helps build Crédit Agricole's new regional head office in Le Mans | SPIE

    Signed by the SPIE group subsidiary in December 2015, this climate engineering contract makes extensive use of BIM* technology, maximising the efficiency of on-site work while ensuring that the equipment installed will be easy to maintain over the long term... With over 10 000 m2 of space, the new building will house four floors of offices, a local branch of the bank and a conference hall, as well as a restaurant which will be open to staff from other companies
  • SPIE takes part in development of the service sector hub for the Viotte eco-district in Besançon | SPIE

    There will also be 1, 154m² designed to build 11 residential units and 701 m2 for a shared staff canteen for local companies... Around 30 people from SPIE Est's Climate Engineering and Service Industry Operations Directions will be deployed on these operations for a period of 24 months, due to start in April 2018. We are pleased to be contributing to a large-scale project for Besançon
  • 2016 full-year results - Another year of strong delivery of the SPIE model | SPIE

    It was a record year for bolt on M&A :we acquired 10 companies, totalling Euro263 million of annualised revenue... In 2016, SPIE acquired 10 companies, with total annualised revenue of Euro263 million, the highest in 10 years and above the Euro200 million guidance. 2016 bolt-on acquisitions were primarily focused on the North Western Europe and Germany & Central Europe segments, where SPIE further increased its network density (e.g. Trios Group in the UK, Alewijnse in the Netherlands), strengthened its ICT capabilities (Comnet and GfT in Germany), reinforced its position in certain markets (e.g. the Dutch retail installation market with Aaftink, the UK food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets with Environmental Engineering), and expanded the range of its services (e.g. fire protection and security in Central Europe with Agis)
  • SPIE supplies the largest oil company in the world via Kawasaki | SPIE

    SPIE supplies the largest oil company in the world via Kawasaki. The Japanese company finds quality and reliability in SPIE Nederland. Sprundel (the Netherlands), July 16th 2018 --With its Process Equipment business unit, SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, is indirectly working for Saudi Aramco, the largest oil company in the world
  • Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited (Chevron) awards new contract to SPIE in Angola | SPIE

    Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited (Chevron) awards new contract to SPIE in Angola. Cergy, June 5 2019 --Chevron oil company subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited (CABGOC) has awarded a contract to SPIE Oil & Gas Services, a subsidiary of SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, to support operations on the 0 and 14 oil blocks located in the Angolan province of Cabinda at the extreme north of the country
  • Hein Dirix succeeds Johan Dekempe as Managing Director of SPIE Belgium | SPIE

    Hein Dirix, 53, holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Louvain and a degree in General Management from the European Centre for Executive Development in Fontainebleau... He then spent several years working in the United Arab Emirates for Tractebel Engineering, before moving to Belgium to work for Electrabel's Generation business unit
  • SPIE rallies together for "La Parisienne" | SPIE

    250 of the company's female employees, including a 20- strong delegation representing the United Kingdom, will take part in the sporting event in Paris... In partnership with" the Elles bougent "organisation, we are doing our utmost to boost their confidence so they are freely able to contemplate a career in engineering and/or technical occupations
  • SPIE appoints Lieve Declercq as managing director of SPIE Nederland | SPIE

    Lieve Declercq, aged 51, studied for her Masters degree in industrial engineering and management in Leuven (Belgium). From 1990 to 2000, she worked in various positions at Esso Benelux BV, followed by two years as marketing director for the Van Gansewinkel group, and then 10 years as managing director at the Maltha Groep BV. From 2012, Lieve Declercq worked for water company Vitens as executive chairman