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Engineering companies

  • SPIE acquires the Klotz BV Company and consolidating its position in the multi-technical building engineering services sector | SPIE

    SPIE acquires the Klotz BV Company and consolidating its position in the multi-technical building engineering services sector
  • Energy efficiency | SPIE

    The first company in France to receive energy efficiency certification from French Association of Electrical Engineering Companies, SPIE develops global solutions for energy and environmental management... The Group was the first in its sector to receive energy efficiency certification from the French Association of Electrical Engineering Companies (Syndicat des entreprises de génie électrique et climatique)
  • SPIE Sud-Est strengthens its position with two new acquisitions | SPIE

    Acquisition of GB Analyse As an engineering company specialising in industrial analysis, GB Analyse will bolster SPIE Sud-Est's offering for the petrochemical market in the field of maintenance and, also, for turnkey projects in the highly specialised area of analytical sampling systems. Established in the early 2000s, GB Analyse is located near Lyon
  • More SPIE than ever! | SPIE

    The disposal process initiated in November 2005 by the UK engineering company AMEC reached its conclusion on 27 July 2006 with the purchase of SPIE by PAI partners, a major European private equity firm and the leader in France... Over the past ten year, SPIE's business has undergone profound change Previously present in major infrastructure projects worldwide, SPIE was transformed into a company focused on Europe and providing local technical services in the areas of electrical, mechanical and HVAC engineering, communications systems and energy, while maintaining its traditional leading positions in transport infrastructure. SPIE's 23 000 employees work from nearly 400 locations in 25 countries providing advanced technical services and solutions to meet the current and future challenges of both local and international customers
  • Combining multiple energies | SPIE

    It is the first company in France to obtain energy efficiency certification from the French Association of Electrical Engineering Companies (Syndicat des entreprises de génie électrique et climatique). From the diagnostic phase to effective energy management, the Group works on all levels to reduce buildings ' energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
  • SPIE's french subsidiaries rewarded for their safety policy | SPIE

    French professional organisation of electrical and HVAC engineering companies. [ii] OPPBTP
  • SPIE to recruit 3,000 employees in 2008 | SPIE

    "In-house training is provided at our Technology Institute and at the SPIE Training Centre, and is backed up by experience acquired from tutors in the field." *SERCE (Syndicat des entreprises de génie électrique et climatique) is a 250- strong association of electrical and climate engineering companies operating out of more than 1 200 locations in France and abroad, and specialising in work and services relating to industrial and commercial facilities, electricity networks and communication and IT systems
  • SPIE Acquires Manchester-Based Alard, a Leading Electrical Engineering Contractor | SPIE

    Headquartered in Stockport, Manchester and established in 1984, Alard is a fully accredited Electrical Engineering Contractor operating in key industrial, commercial, educational and retail sectors for Blue Chip companies. With over 26 years ' experience Alard has enjoyed continuous growth through delivering high quality work, safely and competitively
  • School-Company Relations: SPIE and the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM) sign a Partnership Agreement | SPIE

    Among the initiatives that will be implemented, the organisation of thematic conferences, visits to industrial sites for the engineering students and breakfasts for raising awareness of gender diversity in the company are of note. Particular attention will also be given to the students ' successful entry into the world of work in particular through recruitment simulation workshops, job search techniques and behavioural communication