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March 2017

Alex Seaton Shortlisted for Concom Apprentice of the Year Award 2017

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Alex Seaton, ENGIE Fabricom’s CAD Designer has been shortlisted along with 2 other candidates for the Concom Apprentice of the Year Award 2017 which is being held on Thursday 4th May at the Hallmark Hotel, North Ferriby.

On submission for the award, Alex was challenged to write an article outlining her apprenticeship to date, her academic successes, skills attained, on the job successes, understanding of the industry and other achievements relevant to her performance.

All applications were then reviewed and we are pleased to announce that Alex along with 2 other candidates have been shortlisted.

On acknowledgement of shortlisting, Alex now has to put together a 5-10 minute presentation describing her understanding of Competency, what it means to her, her employer and the local industry. This is to be presented in front of the forum panel at CATCH in April.  The finalists have been invited to the HCF Annual Dinner where the awards will be presented in May.

Concom, the Humber Bank Contractor Competency Forum, based at the Stallingborough CATCH facility was originally formed in 1999 by a group of collaborating clients and contractors to establish and develop high standards of competency for companies and their employees working on the Humber Bank process industry sites.

The Concom apprentice awards are open to any discipline with any NVQ awarding body and any training provider; the broad inclusion of disciplines and competition within the industry increases the difficulty in becoming shortlisted for this prestigious award.

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Nuclear Training Programme Graduation for Greg Carney

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Through ENGIE Fabricom, Greg Carney (Mechanical Engineer), was given the opportunity to participate in ENGIE’s Nuclear Trainee Program, studying different areas of nuclear engineering in various locations and training environments across France and Belgium.

The intense 1-year course involved approximately 400 hours of study of various technical modules including safety/security, nuclear safety, radiation protection, nuclear fundamentals, fuel cycle, pressurised water reactors, spent fuel management, decommissioning and maintenance.

In order to pass the course, Greg had to sit a 150 question exam in Brussels testing his knowledge and understanding of nuclear engineering.  ENGIE Fabricom is pleased to confirm that all of the hard work and studying paid off as Greg passed and is now a nuclear graduate.

Upon graduation, he was invited to a ceremony in the ENGIE Tower, Paris, where he was presented with his graduation certificate and spent the day reflecting on the course and the current global nuclear sector.

After the graduation, Greg, along with all the other graduates, were chauffeured in a party bus around the city before being taken on a luxury cruise up and down the River Seine, throughout which they were provided with food and entertainment.

Greg commented, “I believe the course was a fantastic experience and I took a lot of new skills from it, that I use every day in work.  As well as this, I also got to experience a completely different culture and make a lot of new friends, some of whom I am still in contact with today.”

To view Greg’s video – A portrait of Greg Carney,  click the link below to be directed to our video library

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Navigator Terminals Provide Positive Feedback

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ENGIE Fabricom’s North East business unit has received positive feedback from their strategic client Navigator Terminals.  Steve Bloundele, ENGIE Fabricom’s Project Manager delivering the EPC Compressed Air Project received this positive recognition as part of Navigator’s performance review.

Management and engineering divisions from within Navigator expressed delight at how ENGIE Fabricom provided services in a safe and professional manner at all times, focusing on:

  • The professional attitude of the HAZOP team and the way the HAZOP was undertaken
  • Fabricom’s workforce on the project and how they worked to excellent safety standards and were always fully PPE compliant
  • Their work ethic and how they continually worked hard on the job
  • The continuous high level of production achieved by Fabricom’s workforce


Jeff Noble, North East Operations Manager for ENGIE Fabricom commented:  “To receive this type of recognition which is aligned to the core values of our business is testament to the performance of our management and delivery teams.  As a business, we acknowledge the capability and service which we now provide, seeing this value recognised by our customers is most rewarding”.

Navigator Terminals, ENGIE Fabricom, Stokesley

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