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Congratulations to Paul and Steph McEwan

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I hope you will join us in congratulating Paul and Steph McEwan on the birth of their baby girl, Sophia.

Sophia was born on Friday 17th November 2017 at 03.57am, weighing 8lbs 4oz, both mum and baby are doing well.

Paul and Steph would like to thank everyone for all the well wishes they have received.

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ENGIE Fabricom’s 10 Pin Bowling Night

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Over 40 ENGIE Fabricom staff attended the 10 Pin Bowling competition in Scunthorpe on Monday 20 November.

The evening was a great success, even if some of the bowling prowess was questionable.

It was good to see the event attended by so many from all areas of the East business unit, from those with 35 years’ service, through to new staff who have only started in recent weeks.

It has been a while since the last competition, but Phil Edgerton managed to find the trophy he won last time, and this time it was presented to Siobhan Gaughan, who topped the chart for the females.  Closely on Siobhan’s heals were; Emily Garton and Emily Saville-Woods, in second and third respectively.

Phil just managed to retain the male title by 2 points, over his colleague Alex Myers, with James Walker in third place.

Siobhan Gaughan, Bowling

Pictured above, Siobhan Gaughan receiving her trophy from Martyn Whiteley

 

Fun night 10 pin bowling

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ENGIE Fabricom’s Manufacturing and Development Facility, Immingham invests in new offices and vehicles

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ENGIE Fabricom’s Manufacturing and Development Centre, is located adjacent to the deep water port of Immingham on the banks of the Humber Estuary and covers an area that includes multiple workshops and outside assembly yards.

From our facility we are able to deliver a wide range of services including project engineering and management solutions, manufacture and construction of modularised units varying in size and uses, design, fabrication and installation of quality piping systems as well as electrical, instrumentation, maintenance and turnaround services.

During the past 12 months we have invested a significant amount in new offices, machinery and vehicles.

Mark Astwood, Immingham’s Manufacturing Facility Manager comments: “The new offices and investment will provide us with the extra capacity we need to raise our profile with both existing and new clients and will allow us to geographically expand our core teams to support the growth we are experiencing.”

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ENGIE Fabricom’s Sotherby Road Manufacturing and Construction Facility Continues to Grow and Prosper

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ENGIE Fabricom’s Sotherby Road Manufacturing and Construction facility strategically located in Middlesbrough continues to draw on the areas rich engineering heritage and skilled workforce.

During the past 12 months the Company has invested in new technology, machinery and vehicles enabling them to expand their workforce, increase efficiencies in terms of speed of the manufacturing process and as a result they are already securing new projects and are optimistic that this will continue into the future.

The facility includes 7,000 sq. ft of workshop, providing separate carbon steel and stainless steel work areas, enabling a flexible and professional service regardless of scale or complexity of the project.

Lee Tyas, Sotherby Road’s Construction Manager comments: “This investment has been critical for the Company after securing some significant projects and with a dedicated team we have high aspirations for the future of the facility due to its location and size.”

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ENGIE Fabricom’s Head of Procurement, Nick Maynard and Tricoya run the Jane Tomlinson Hull 10km race

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The Jane Tomlinson Hull 10K held this year on the 18th June 2017, had an entry from the Trinity, Tricoya Project (Saltend, Hull site), as part of the support for our clients investment in Hull developments.

The project team consisted of the Tricoya Project Manager, Lorette Du Preez, Head of Procurement, Cathryn Vann and her partner Mike Wilson and ENGIE Fabricom’s Head of Procurement, Nick Maynard.

Despite the race starting at 09:30 the weather saw temperatures in the high 20 degrees C and virtually no breeze to help the runners.

The team made a tremendous effort and all successfully completed the distance in respectable times along with the other 4,000+ runners.

More team building events with the client will be on the agenda following the success and enjoyment of all involved.

Lorette Du Preez commented: “I hope I’m in better shape next time so that there is more enjoyment than suffering!”

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Matt Welch to take part in Ironman UK 2017

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Ironman, Matt WelchMatt Welch, HSE Manager East Region will be taking on this year’s Ironman event in Bolton on 16th July.  The Triathlon consists of a 2.4 mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112 mile (180.25 km) bike ride and a marathon 26.22 mile (42.20 km) run, raced in that order, without a break.

Matt will begin the tough race in the lake at Bolton’s Pennington Flash country park before embarking on a 2-loop journey through Lancashire’s countryside, which will include the famous Sheep House Lane climb, twice. The final discipline, the run begins at the Macron Stadium before heading into Bolton town centre, where he will complete three loops of a circuit before finishing in Le Mans Crescent.

Matt has been training hard over the past year for this event and is fundraising for the charity When You Wish Upon A Star. This is a local charity whose aim is to grant the wishes of children between the ages of 2 – 16 years old living with life threatening illnesses.

If you would like to sponsor Matt, please click on the link below:

www.justgiving.com/matthew-welch17

“Hopefully by raising money for When You Wish Upon A Star, it will give me the push to complete what will no doubt be the toughest physical event I’ve ever participated in! Thank you”

HSE Manager, East

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Change of role for Matthew Welch – HSE Manager East Region

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As part of ongoing restructuring in the East region business unit, ENGIE Fabricom is pleased to announce the change of role for Matthew Welch to HSE Manager, East region reporting directly to Mark Wingate, Director of EPC & EPCm with immediate effect.

Matt was previously based at the Immingham facility where he was the HSE Advisor for constructional and manufacturing activities executed within the East region.  Matt will now be based at Origin 3 and have overall business unit responsibility for all HSE and infrastructure interests relating to the engineering and construction activity for the East region.

Out of work Matt enjoys spending time with his family and is currently training for the 2017 Ironman UK.

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New Role for Richard Goodwin

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As part of a reorganisation within the Engineering Design department, Richard Goodwin is to undertake a new role as 3D Modelling Administrator.  This new position will ensure that the latest technology is operated seamlessly between all disciplines, and allows ENGIE Fabricom to become one of the first companies in the UK to utilise a combined Autodesk Plant 3D and Advance Steel / Revit platform.

Richard’s duties will include taking responsibility for the administration of ENGIE Fabricom’s 3D models and the information used to produce engineering deliverables, whilst facilitating inter-discipline coordination and checking.  Richard will also assist with laser scanning and production of point clouds and Trueviews from these scans, in addition to some modelling within disciplines to produce standard details and libraries.

I’m sure you will all join us in wishing Richard the best of luck in his new role.

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