Any major industrial project is an opportunity for innovative supporting services
Three intuitive concepts lie behind the foundation of GROUPE ECIA, which came into being over 10 years ago against a backdrop of offshoring, competitive markets and efficiency-seeking in the implementation of complex industrial projects.
The French industrial expertise that gave birth to GROUPE ECIA is a major asset, especially in terms of industrial facilities quality, reliability and safety policy.
The best equipment and facilities are engineered with a comprehensive look at industrial plant life cycles (from the birth of the concept to decommissioning).
Project success is intricately linked to human values and to the way we work within the company, with our partners and with our clients.
A HUMAN PROJECT
Enterprise focused on the value of human beings
From the onset and throughout its existence, GROUPE ECIA has always built on the same foundation blocks: the value of every human being. We are driven by two simple ideas that we share with all our staff and partners, and throughout our very own “ecosystem”.
Business performances depend on making the best possible use of your people.
Being able to share success with our employees and our clients is a driving force.
A SPECIALIST PROJECT
Developing and sustaining our skills segments
A company composed of specialists: GROUPE ECIA is built on its specific technical areas of skills. The lessons we have learnt have taught us to identify skills needs, which means that we can bring considerable technical added value in all our projects.
Maintaining and developing skills is a permanent challenge at GROUPE ECIA. Mentoring, coaching and capitalising on lessons learnt with REX are major guides in our everyday work.
of specialist skills.”
A VISIONARY PROJECT
Developing tools for better mastery of the shift to digital technologies and managing project configuration
GROUPE ECIA’s engineering activities are mainstreamed into complex projects demanding effective handling of a great many technical, technological and organisational requirements. To meet the demands while remaining competitive, continuous improvement of our work methods is crucial, which automatically entails permanently challenging and reviewing existing concepts during the development of project modelling tools right from the earliest phases in project design.