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Automated systems

  • ArcelorMittal steelworks in Dunkirk: SPIE Ile-de-France Nord-Ouest completes refurbishment work on blast furnace No 2 | SPIE

    The initial brief of the contract, which started in 2013, was to refurbish all automated systems in blast furnace No 2 and to offset these systems to the control room of blast furnace No 4. Following a year and a half of research carried out by the teams at SPIE Ile de France Nord Ouest in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, work began on the site in August 2015 and was completed in December 2015. The task of replacing the 22 automated systems in blast furnace No 2 represented a key element of the project and involved an initial phase of extensive platform testing, which was conducted at the SPIE site in Dunkirk in collaboration with ArcelorMittal's" new operational works" teams assigned to the project
  • Shipbuilding and repair | SPIE

    Instrumentation, processes and automated systems. On-board safety and monitoring systems
  • 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
  • Multi-technical maintenance | SPIE

    HVAC systems, mechanical engineering, automated systems and surveillance and communications systems. SPIE maintains a high level of service quality in the following sectors
  • Energy transport | SPIE

    With expertise in a broad range of activities, including piping, HVAC systems, electricity and automated systems, SPIE has the capacity to offer solutions adapted to its customers ' safety, quality and environmental requirements. For example, SPIE designed and installed networks for hot and cold water, heat, process water and compressed air for a central sterilisation unit serving the hospitals of the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in France
  • ITER awards SPIE the maintenance contract for its buildings and infrastructure for the next four years | SPIE

    The contract relates to: centralised technical management of the buildings ' automated systems, electrical installations, heating, air conditioning, ventilation, fluid networks, lifts, overhead cranes or handling equipment, equipment related to the structure of the buildings (woodwork, fire prevention means, etc.) and fire safety
  • SPIE Sud-Est acquires ACEM | SPIE

    SPIE Sud Est has now acquired ACEM, a specialist in the design and integration of automated mechanical systems. ACEM is located in Auvergne to the north of Clermont-Ferrand and has 43 employees
  • At SPIE, it's every day March 8th! | SPIE

    Around twenty women from all subsidiaries, with varied profiles and backgrounds- from the Business Engineer to the Director of Quality Health Safety and Environment (QHSE) as well as the HVAC and electrical maintenance technician for automated system- have also agreed to express their opinion about SPIE's commitment to women and describe their daily work
  • Pilot plants: research and process industrialisation | SPIE

    The instrumentation and control systems are based on automated monitoring software, facilitating data tracking, analysis and interpretation. SPIE designs and builds small-sized and modular units, implementing all solutions to ensure safe and reliable operation, and provides all related services, including training and maintenance
  • Commercial and residential buildings | SPIE

    Its expertise includes all aspects of climatic and energy engineering: electrical, sanitary and mechanical installations; energy management; access management; automated fire detection; etc... For example, SPIE teams designed a Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system adapted to the needs of disabled adults in Saint-Martin-d'Hères (France)