Here you will find the latest news from VINCI Energies United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland
Blog Piece A NEW KIND OF STEM RECRUITMENT FOR 2018
Candidates of the future are digital natives and expert in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). VINCI Energies UK & RoI’ teams are all of the above as well as project management specialist, that’s why we are ahead of the curve. In this blog, our CEO Rochdi Ziyat talks about some of the changes happening in the jobs market and how VINCI Energies UK & RoI approaches its own recruitment.
Press Release OMEXOM AND MORGAN SINDALL JOINT VENTURE AWARDED A CIRCA £30 MILLION MAJOR SCOTTISH ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION PROJECT
MSVE Transmission, a joint venture between Omexom (The VINCI Energies brand dedicated to Power & Grid) and Morgan Sindall, has been awarded another project as part of a five year framework agreement for electricity transmission overhead line work with Scottish and Southern Energy Networks (SSEN).
Angus Riding for the Disabled Association (Angus RDA) has been awarded £5,500 by the VINCI UK Foundation to help buy a pony that will aid physical therapy for disabled people. The Foundation is supported by Perth-based Omexom UK & ROI, part of the VINCI Energies group; the Omexom Sponsor will volunteer his time to help with work on the project.
Over the coming year, the VINCI UK Foundation is partnering with local charities and projects that aim to tackle social exclusion. VINCI UK Foundation coordinator Ruth Ottley talks about her favourite projects for the next 12 months, and her work to support her local charity Coventry Cyrenians in the last year.
VINCI ENERGIES CONTINUES ITS GROWTH WITH THE ACQUISITION OF UK SYSTEMS INTEGRATION SPECIALIST VINCI Energies UK & ROI has bolstered its industrial automation and process control capabilities by acquiring Cougar Automation, one of the UK’s largest Control System Integrators.
It’s been a turbulent year for the UK, with sluggish economic growth and the political fallout of the Referendum on EU membership – as well as uncertainty caused by the General Election result – but there is still very much cause for optimism. Actemium’s Andrew Hunter sheds light on how the businesses he works with every day feel about their prospects in the second half of 2017.