Here you will find the latest news from VINCI Energies United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland
Serenity Farm, a charity based in Stoke-on-Trent, has been awarded £10,560 by the VINCI UK Foundation to upgrade its facilities and improve its range of attractions for people with learning disabilities and from marginalised groups.
VINCI businesses across the UK will collaborate with local charities to help people suffering from social exclusion by fostering community integration and strengthening social cohesion.
It seems almost every day there is a step forward for electric vehicles. This is an incredibly exciting time for the industry as a whole, and for VINCI Energies, which is working with clients to make this new world possible. Kevin Pugh, Business d-EVelopment Manager at Actemium (the VINCI Energies brand dedicated to industry), discusses the opportunities in the sector and how the company is building its EV footprint.
Non classé Launch of Actemium Automation Nottingham signals bright future for Nottingham-based business, AND Automation
AND Automation, the Nottingham-based leader in industrial automation, has announced it will now operate as Actemium Automation Nottingham.
Blog Piece Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day – What an engineering career has to offer.
Ahead of International Women in Engineering Day this Saturday, Katy Bradshaw, Cristina Moreno, Marta Kostrzycka and Alana Crossan have given their perspectives on what an engineering career has to offer.
Cybersecurity has risen up the agenda in recent months, especially with the coming into force of the General Data Protection Regulation. However, unnoticed even by many in affected industries, another piece of EU legislation has come into force – the Networks and Information Systems Directive, or NIS Directive. Phillip Corner, Project Manager – Industrial Cyber Security at Cougar Automation explains why it matters, and why it’s been so low-profile.
Blog Piece RECRUITING THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENGINEERS HAS NEVER BEEN MORE IMPORTANT – OR MORE CHALLENGING
Recruiting the next generation of engineers has never been more important – or more challenging. But there are also signs that efforts to make engineering more attractive to young people are starting to succeed. CEO Rochdi Ziyat discusses how VINCI Energies UK & RoI can help capitalise on this interest, and the role it can play in ensuring a bright future for the UK engineering sector.