Engineering firm bolsters its North-East presence
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 27 Jun 2018
GRIMSBY-headquartered Engie Fabricom’s engineering and project office at Stokesley, North Yorkshire, has seen significant growth following recent project wins, with new recruits bolstering the engineering and design team to office capacity.
Since relocating to new offices in 2016, the Europarc management team has invested significantly in the North East and has seen continued development of the location, allowing it to expand to support the needs of local, UK and internationally-based clients.
Andrew Harris, engineering manager at Stokesley, said: “With significant client interest in a local comprehensive engineering service and many recent project successes, this has given us the ability to grow the team at Stokesley, allowing us to offer a complete multi-discipline engineering service locally."
Engie Fabricom has a 250-strong engineering and design team working within several market sectors including oil, gas, power, chemical, energy from waste and renewables.
The Stokesley office is one of three UK engineering offices, with Newcastle also supporting Grimsby. Operations in Cheshire have transferred to a separate part of the wider business.
Andrew Stephens, business development manager, said: “The growth of our engineering and design team is testament to the commitment and focus of the Engie Fabricom business to invest and support our clients’ needs.
“Combining our multidisciplinary engineering expertise with our proven construction management, fabrication and construction capability allows us to offer a complete EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) service across several market sectors.”
Formerly South Humberside Engineering and Fabrication Services, or Shefs, it received international investment in 1995, from the Belgian-owned organisation, with a buy-out following a year later.
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