Thanks and appreciation have been passed on to Fabricom Projects Renewables & Maintenance by Centrica Renewable Energy for their significant contribution during 2012/2013.
On the 31st January 2014 Phillips 66 held its annual contractor recognition awards and it is with immense pleasure that we are able confirm that Fabricom Projects Engineering Centre, Immingham received the award!
2014 got off to an excellent start with the securing of a number of contracts.
Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ have been awarded Contractor of Year 2013.
Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ held their annual engineering, training and development awards at the CATCH training facility at Stallingborough on 13th December 2013. The awards were presented by Alan Keegan, the “voice of Old Trafford” who also gave an inspirational talk around his connections with Formula 1
Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ’s involvement on the Enhanced Gas Separation Project for BP at Kinneil has been recognised by Foster Wheeler in their Summer News magazine where they referred to the project as a Triumph of meticulous planning.
After more than a year of discussion, GSA has been advised that we are now a 'Partner of Choice' for a Yorkshire based company for minor capital works. The Framework Agreement for on-going EPCM requirements is for a period of one year with an option to extend for up to 12 months.
Six months into the employer-led Ownership of Skills Pilot, representatives from BIS (Business Innovation Skills) and the Skills Funding Agency attended a review with managing agents Humber Chemical Focus Ltd (HCF) and Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ (Consortium Leader) at the Competency Assessment Training Centre Humberside (CATCH) in Stallingborough. The purpose of this visit was to find out why the pilot in North East Lincolnshire has been so successful in such a short space of time and how it could influence other pilots, mainstream training and wider policies. Also, what challenges have been faced so far and understanding the pre-employment programmes (content, age of participants, accreditation etc).
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has commissioned three consortia to design an advanced waste gasifier capable of achieving high electrical efficiencies beyond existing technologies. These consortia will compete to develop a plant to demonstrate the highest possible efficiencies for plants operating at a commercial scale of between 5 and 20 megawatts (MWe) output. The winning plant could be designed, built, tested and in operation by 2016.
Due to the recent growth of GSA, our Design Engineering Services, we are now recruiting for a number of positions.