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Leader in mechanical engineering

  • SPIE acquires Controlec | SPIE

    With its acquisition of Controlec, SPIE Nederland has become a leader in the Netherlands in electricity, automation and mechanical engineering. Contacts
  • Belgium: SPIE put in charge of climate engineering installations for Materialise's headquarters in Louvain | SPIE

    Brussels, June 1st 2017 --SPIE Belgium, a subsidiary of the SPIE Group, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, began work in early March in Louvain on the climate engineering installations in the new buildings of the world leader in 3D printing, Materialise
  • SPIE awarded three-year framework contract with the University of Dundee | SPIE

    London, July 30th 2019 --SPIE UK, a subsidiary of SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, is working with the University of Dundee as the main contractor under a three-year framework contract, due to conclude in 2021... The team will be tasked with a significant amount of complex mechanical engineering work requiring specialist BIM skills, steam design, HPHW design and the ability to maintain live environments so as not to disrupt the studies of the university's students across over 50 buildings within the University facility
  • SPIE, acquisitions in 2007 post full-year sales exceeding 600 million | SPIE

    In the Netherlands, SPIE is now a major player in electrical engineering, automation and mechanical engineering through the acquisition of Controlec... Paternoster posted sales of 13 million in 2006." 2007 was a historical year for the group in terms of sales, which increased by nearly 30 %* relative to 2006 in the electrical engineering activities", stated SPIE's Chief Executive Officer, Gauthier Louette, adding that" in 2007 the group finalised its strategic repositioning on its local technical services activities and crossed a decisive threshold in its ambition to become the European leader in its sector"
  • Diplomas for the ESTP SPIE class of 2014 | SPIE

    Now, this top-ranking" major project oriented" engineering school is a leader in the specialised fields of construction and urban development and it trains 30 % of the personnel employed in its specialised sector. This sponsorship plan, like others launched earlier, has given the Group the opportunity to highlight its various trades and business activities by organising a great many events, such as meetings, simulated interviews and recruitments, visits to work sites and planning offices, days spent with business managers, and lessons given by SPIE managers (for mechanical and electrical engineering courses)