Assystem acquires LogiKal

Assystem Group significantly strengthens its comprehensive PMO service capability to bolster infrastructure market offering and deliver UK energy transition projects. 

International engineering, digital services and project management company Assystem has acquired 100% of shares in leading project management and controls group LogiKal, which operates in UK and Asia-Pacific markets and generates annual revenue of ca. £15m (of which 65% is in the UK). This move aims to significantly strengthen Assystem’s project management services offer by bringing over 100 skilled project management professionals into the Assystem Group. 

Assystem provides a comprehensive project management office (PMO) service underpinned by cutting-edge digital solutions. Similarly, LogiKal leverages its digital capabilities and innovative tools to implement world-class integrated controls for projects. The combination of these two strengths will contribute to an enhanced offer to UK and international major infrastructure projects, where both companies have a footprint in key programmes such as the UK’s high speed rail route (HS2), Lower Thames Crossing and National Grid. Internationally, LogiKal also brings experience from major projects including the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) in Hong Kong and the Sydney Metro.

By joining the Assystem Group, LogiKal will be able to tap into complementary service offers, which include commercial management, environmental, consents and engagement services, and enjoy the potential to access international markets across Assystem’s 10 existing countries of operation.  

LogiKal will also gain greater access to the UK’s key low-carbon energy projects, including nuclear, fusion, renewables and hydrogen infrastructure, affording its staff the opportunity to join Assystem’s Switcher community, and play a bigger role in supporting the global energy transition, which is the focal point of Assystem’s Switch On initiative. Assystem is fully committed to tackling climate change and is active in driving the switch to a net-zero economy through the delivery of low-carbon energy and infrastructure projects. 

Christian Jeanneau, Assystem’s Senior Vice-President – Digital said: “Assystem's ambition is to accelerate the convergence of engineering and project management through digital. By bringing LogiKal into the Assystem corporate family we are taking a step further towards achieving this.” 

Simon Barber, Assystem’s UK Managing Director said: “We are delighted to welcome LogiKal into the Assystem family and to be strengthening our comprehensive Project Management Office and wider digital services with a community of experts who are passionate about supporting the delivery of the low-carbon projects that are key to Britain’s energy transition.”  

Bryn Lockett, LogiKal’s CEO said: “Joining Assystem on its mission to support the drive to net zero will provide many opportunities to get involved in a range of exciting energy projects in the UK and around the world, as well as enhancing our well-established offer to the rail and infrastructure sectors. We are elated to be joining the Group’s Switcher community to support global efforts to address climate change.”

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Two new MOU’s signed at the Franco-Uzbek Business Forum enable further collaboration on new nuclear power and grid modernisation projects.

International engineering, digital services, and project management company Assystem – a committed player in accelerating energy transition projects around the world – has signed two new Memorandum’s of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Energy and the National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan.   

Uzbekistan has a clear plan for the transformation of its energy sector with the aim of reaching Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050. This energy transition involves generating 25% of power from renewable energy sources by 2026, and utilising other low-carbon energy such as nuclear power.   

Assystem is already supporting this programme through its Tashkent based joint venture, UzAssystem.  In the MOU with the Ministry of Energy, a collaboration on the development of nuclear power has been agreed. This will draw on Assystem’s 55-year heritage in the development of nuclear power programmes across the world.  Possible areas of collaboration include (but are not limited to) Owner Engineering services incorporating site characterization and monitoring, environmental & social impact assessments, licensing support, construction management and commissioning.   

A key aspect of this MOU will be formulating a strong training and development programme which will allow for the transfer of knowledge between the experienced nuclear teams in Assystem and local technical teams.  This will be the beginning of a new skilled eco-system around nuclear power which will create high values careers in Uzbekistan. 

On the second MOU, with the National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan, possible areas for future collaboration would be on the creation of an intelligent and fully digital electrical grid network. This will draw on Assystem’s core strength in the management of data and application of digital tools and methodology to complex projects.  This would be a transformative feature which could inform a dynamic and efficient system – suitable for growing economies with a high demand for electricity. 

This MOU also covers the provision of training to support these new systems and on project management activities, where Assystem brings a strong reach-back of expertise from its wider group.  

Stephane Aubarbier, Assystem’s Chief Operating Officer said:

"We are delighted to have made these new commitments with the Ministry of Energy and the National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan.   

Like Uzbekistan, Assystem is committed to driving energy transition, and through these new agreements we will be able to go further and take steps to plan the country’s first nuclear power programme, that will anchor the country’s new low carbon system.  We will also advance the grid modernisation programme, which will play a vital role in managing the country’s safe and secure Net Zero energy supply for decades to come."

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Assystem and Norconsult support Norway’s Decommissioning programme

Assystem’s nuclear decommissioning specialists will provide foundational support to Norway’s first decommissioning project.

International engineering and digital services company Assystem has been appointed to support Norway’s new agency Norsk Nukleær Dekommisjonering (Norwegian Nuclear Decommissioning) (NND) in partnership with Norway’s largest interdisciplinary consultancy firm Norconsult.

The consortium has been granted the Risk and Safety Management Services contract which entails the development and refinement of processes and procedures, identifying competence requirements and issuing training, undertaking risk assessments, and issuing independent verification.

Assystem’s decommissioning capabilities are well-established, through active involvement in major projects in France for EDF, Orano and the CEA. In the UK, the Group provides design and construction support for the decommissioning of the Sellafield Nuclear Site via the AXIOM Joint-Venture. Norway will become the latest country to tap into Assystem’s trusted nuclear decommissioning expertise.

The NND was first established in response to the closure of two research reactors in 2018 and 2019, and it is looking to Assystem to support its organisational development by supplying advice on setting standards and understanding and applying best practice in this phase of the nuclear lifecycle. The company is offering its expertise across a range of specialisms including nuclear safety; engineering design; and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning. 

Assystem is the second largest nuclear engineering company in the world and is involved in multiple international projects at various stages in the nuclear lifecycle as part of the global low-carbon energy transition. As an independent, technology-neutral supplier with over 6000 experts, the company supports complex energy projects across a range of low-carbon technologies with the ambition to accelerate the global energy transition.

Olivier Vincent, Assystem’s Director of Development for Decommissioning, said: “Assystem’s global footprint continues to grow. We are delighted to be bringing our well-established expertise in safe nuclear decommissioning, honed through projects in France and the UK, to Norway. It is a pleasure to be working alongside our esteemed project partners Norconsult to deliver this body of work.

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Assystem to recruit 2,500 new employees in 2022

Assystem, an independent international engineering group, is recruiting 2,500 new employees worldwide in 2022.

As a player committed to the energy transition and digital transformation by promoting the development of low-carbon electricity, in particular through the use of nuclear power and renewable energy technologies around the world, Assystem is launching an ambitious recruitment campaign in 2022 in order to meet the growing needs of its customers in the energy, rail transport and infrastructure sectors.

Numerous opportunities in the energy transition and digital sectors to support its customers on major projects

For these new hires, Assystem is looking for engineers in project management, nuclear safety, civil engineering, telecoms, networks, electricity, signalling and infrastructure/MOA/MOE project managers.

With regard to digital activities, Assystem has developed 3 fields of expertise: the digitalisation of engineering and project management processes; the management and effective utilization of the industrial data and the digitalisation of the field operations.

Assystem is looking for consultants and IT/IS architects, developers and data scientists to support this strategy.

New members of the Assystem team will have the opportunity to work on the largest energy transition projects such as the new nuclear construction programmes in France, the UK, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Finland, Hungary and India, the ITER nuclear fusion project, the development of new SMR reactor technologies, the development of hydrogen in transport or supporting the Republic of Uzbekistan with the implementation of its energy transition program.

All job offers are available on the dedicated website

Supporting new generations of talent

For many years, Assystem has been committed to supporting new generations, with 30% of new positions are reserved for junior staffers. This year again, approximately 300 interns will join the group. In addition, Assystem has developed the first graduate program in the engineering sector, which enables graduates with high potential to be trained for 36 months, through three placement rotations, one of which is international, with the aim of leading a new generation of talent into management positions within the company.

Diversity and inclusion also at the heart of Assystem's recruitment strategy 

The group has made diversity and inclusion pillars of its commitment to its employees. It is driven by a strong belief that it is the unique combination of skills, profiles, cultural identities and a wealth of experience that allows it to participate in the largest engineering projects worldwide. 

In 2021, the signature of an international charter, deployed within all its entities marked a significant step in the commitment and ambitions of Assystem. The objective is to provide each employee with a common framework to support, encourage and integrate the conditions and processes to promote inclusion.

Assystem has a strong HR policy and ethos and since 2010, the group has implemented actions on gender diversity through the creation of the #INCREDIBLEWOMEN programme, which is organised around three main pillars: to recruit, retain and evolve more women in the company.

"We are offering our new employees the opportunity to work with us to promote the energy transition through our engineering and digital activities. This is an exciting goal and I am sure they will take it on with all the passion, ingenuity and tenacity required. Moreover, in Assystem, you are the entrepreneur of your career, 75% of our managers are employees that have progressed internally. Joining a multidisciplinary and international group such as ours, it is assuring to be able to build a dynamic and meaningful career while evolving in an inclusive and good-natured working atmosphere" declares Emmanuelle Capiez, Director of Human Resources at Assystem.

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Assystem secures Commissioning Alliance contract for Hinkley Point C

Alliance will create a new generation of UK-based commissioning specialists

Assystem, the #2 nuclear engineering company in the world, has been appointed as an alliance partner on the new Hinkley Point C Commissioning Alliance. This new multi-year contract will be key to making the UK’s largest low-carbon power plant operational. 

The company will bring its extensive experience in commissioning European Pressurised Reactor (EPR) technology to provide assurance that the plant’s nuclear, safety, instrumentation and communications systems meet pre-determined operational requirements.

Assystem is committed to supporting the projects that will enable the energy transition, such as large-scale energy projects like HPC, that will anchor the UK’s future low-carbon energy mix through the provision of stable and secure decarbonised electricity.

As a strategic partner to EDF, Assystem has a strong team of commissioning experts with unique knowledge of the EPR technology under construction at HPC, gained through the commissioning of other EPR reactors in France, Finland and China. 

The creation of the Commissioning Alliance marks a unique moment in the UK’s civil nuclear history being the first time that a nuclear power plant has been prepared for operation since Sizewell B in the 1980’s.  

The Commissioning Alliance will present Assystem’s UK-based apprentices and engineers, many at graduate and early career level, with a once-in-a-career opportunity to gain the skills required to commission this type of technology. 

To capitalise on this rebirth moment for the UK nuclear industry, Assystem is today investing in achieving greater diversity in the Commissioning Alliance through its new graduate scheme, which includes a specific commitment to attract at least 100 women to UK nuclear roles by 2025. [1]

Simon Barber, Assystem’s Managing Director said:Assystem is delighted to be part of the Commissioning Alliance, to which we will bring our global expertise of commissioning, training schemes and proven digital tools to create a new civil nuclear commissioning capability for the UK.

“The Commissioning Alliance will drive investment in UK-based skills as it will require the recruitment of apprentices, graduates and experienced engineers who are new to nuclear, to provide an exciting career in delivering a first of a kind new nuclear project in well over a generation.”

“This major contract will be significant in creating jobs across the UK, particularly local to the HPC site, in our offices in Bristol, and also at our other offices in the UK, including Blackburn, Sunderland and Derby.”

 

[1] To apply directly for Assystem’s Graduate Scheme, individuals can send their CV and cover letter to graduates@assystem.com

[2] For more information on Hinkley Point C visit: https://www.edfenergy.com/energy/nuclear-new-build-projects/hinkley-point-c

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NAAREA and Assystem announce cooperation on the XSMR, a new micro-nuclear power plant

NAAREA, a French deeptech pioneer in 4th generation micro-nuclear power, and Assystem, an independent international engineering group, have signed a cooperation agreement to build an ultra-compact micro-nuclear power generator, the XSMR.

Assystem will provide project management, permitting, integration and engineering services. Assystem will provide NAAREA with its historical experience in the nuclear sector as well as its expertise in digital engineering aimed at better controlling the complexity of projects through the management and use of industrial data.

Assystem will develop a digital twin of the reactor to model and simulate its behavior. This twin will enable rapid convergence towards the optimal design, provide critical elements for validating the design and enable the rapid launch of the construction of the physical prototype. In addition, Assystem will draw on its knowledge of highly regulated environments, to support NAAREA in the development of this new technology in compliance with the nuclear normative framework.

Jean-Luc Alexandre, co-founder of NAAREA said: "The agreement we are signing with Assystem today is the concrete realisation of a collaboration that has been underway for several months and is already bearing fruit. It is a fundamental step in the progress of the NAAREA project, alongside a reference player who supports and adheres to our desire to participate in the sustainable transformation of our societies by mobilising consciences around this equitable ideal."

Stéphane Aubarbier, COO of Assystem said: "We are delighted to formalise our commitment to NAAREA and to support this innovative and disruptive project. Assystem's mission is to develop decarbonised sources of electricity production throughout the world to combat climate change. As such, Advanced Modular Reactors represent an additional technology alongside high power reactors, SMRs and renewable energies to accelerate the energy transition. We are proud to provide NAAREA with our nuclear and digital expertise to support its growth.”

It is within this framework that the deeptech has created the XSMR (eXtra Small Modular Reactor), an ultra-compact, 1 to 40 megawatt micro power plant that uses the untapped potential of used radioactive materials, and thorium, an unused mining reject.

NAAREA expects the first units to be produced by 2030.

 

About NAAREA
NAAREA is a pioneer in fourth-generation micro-nuclear power and the inventor of the XSMR. Through science and innovation, NAAREA is contributing to the advent of a safe, decarbonised, circular, non-intermittent, decentralised and economical energy solution produced from industrial waste, which broadens the scope of renewable energy.

Its project is based on the conviction that the climate is our heritage and that in order to protect our planet and our species, a major mutation is necessary to break the energy deadlock, achieve the ecological transition on a collective scale and reach a fair and shared abundance. To achieve this, decarbonised energy that is accessible to all is the main vector, as it has a positive impact on all human activities and contributes to the achievement of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

NAAREA's vocation is to participate in the sustainable transformation of our societies on a global scale by relying on communities and mobilising awareness around this equitable ideal.

NAAREA participates in the development of a citizen and stimulating ecology, to increase the resilience of territories, reform the economy, encourage new generations of entrepreneurs, and broaden the field of possibilities. 

For more information: www.naarea.fr

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Assystem strengthens its partnership with Dassault Systèmes to enhance the performance of the nuclear industry

Assystem, Europe's leading independent nuclear engineering company, announces the extension of its collaboration with Dassault Systèmes in the nuclear engineering sector. Together, Assystem and Dassault Systèmes aim to improve the management and industrial performance of complex engineering projects thanks to the use of digital technologies.

The construction of high-power reactors as well as the acceleration of next generation reactor demonstrators (SMR and fusion) is enabling new decarbonised electrification programmes to be launched and this is resulting in numerous projects and the arrival of new players accessing the nuclear sector.

After a first partnership in 2016, Assystem deployed Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform in its nuclear design offices to address more complex projects with greater efficiency.  Through this extended collaboration, Assystem will specify and integrate the 3DEXPERIENCE platform digital solutions with its customers to improve the efficiency of nuclear projects in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. These solutions will focus on:

  • Controlling product configuration and the impact of changes,
  • Improving the management of project interfaces and technical scopes,
  • Accelerating the integration of the supply chain.

Integrated with Assystem's digital offering, these solutions will make the initial development and licensing phases, as well as the implementation and handover phases, more reliable.

The partnership between Assystem and Dassault Systèmes offers methodological and technological support that will accelerate the deployment of digitalization programs for large and complex engineering projects to improve their operational excellence. This is a crucial issue for developing a low-carbon electricity mix, made up of nuclear and renewable energies, and for successfully completing the global energy transition," says Christian Jeanneau, SVP in charge of Digital at Assystem.

"Dassault Systèmes has developed a unique experience in project and lifecycle management of nuclear facilities, and has already successfully collaborated with Assystem on major projects. This extension of our collaboration will increase our impact, at a time when nuclear programmes are multiplying and aiming to decarbonise energy and reduce material dependency," said Florence Verzelen, Executive Vice President, Industry, Marketing and Sustainability at Dassault Systèmes.

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Assystem secures new ISO 19443 nuclear certification

Assystem, an international nuclear engineering company, has been awarded the new ISO 19443 certification by SGS for its nuclear new build support activities in France. The company becomes one of the first independent engineering companies to certify its nuclear activities to the highest existing nuclear quality standards.

Mastering compliance with nuclear safety and quality requirements is a major challenge for the industry in the context of the development of future nuclear power plant programmes in France and around the world. With this certification, Assystem confirms its commitment to supporting the industry in its current and future projects, by contributing its historical and international experience and its ability to provide services to the highest quality standards. Obtaining ISO 19443 certification distinguishes Assystem's ability to contribute actively and sustainably to the industry's actors. 

"Nuclear safety culture is essential to the success of our projects and the search for excellence is one of our values. Obtaining this certification for our new construction support activities is a concrete expression of our desire and commitment to the continuous improvement of our nuclear expertise. We plan to extend this ISO 19443 certification to our other nuclear activities soon," says Marie Pierre Henninger, Assystem's Nuclear Quality Director.

"We are proud to have supported Assystem in their certification process. This is the first ISO 19943 certificate that we are pleased to award globally at SGS. It consolidates our expertise and strengthens our presence in the nuclear industry." Philippe Fusiller, Institutional Relations Director, SGS Group

About SGS
SGS is the world leading testing, inspection and certification company. Recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity, SGS employs 93,000 employees and operate a network of 2,600 offices and laboratories, working together to enable a better, safer and more interconnected world.

 

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Assystem to support construction of PAKS II nuclear power plant as partner of MVM ERBE

Assystem, the No2 nuclear engineerning company in the world, has been awarded a 3 year framework contract by MVM ERBE ENERGETIKA Zrt. for the delivery of engineering services for two new units at the Paks ll Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Hungary.

The new deal, signed at the World Nuclear Exhibition in Paris, marks the next phase of progress on the Paks II new-build project, which is one of the cornerstones of Hungary’s National Energy Strategy 2030.

In Hungary, nuclear energy is the main contributor to electricity production and the extension of the Paks NPP with two new VVER-1200 units will provide the bulk of the domestic generating capacity needed in the future.

As an energy transition company, Assystem is focused on supporting the projects that will enable the energy transiton, such as nuclear power. With 4000 nuclear experts worldwide,  the company’s wide knowledge of European markets, utilities and nuclear safety authorities is a valuable asset in supporting countries with their switch to greater low-carbon power production.  For this framework, Assystem will deliver services related to the implementation, operation of the new nuclear power plant units, including the provision of site studies, documentation and design.

The Paks II expansion will comprise two new units, 5 and 6, at the Paks site, they will have a capacity of 1,200MW each and are scheduled for commissioning in 2029 and 2030. 

Stephane Aubarbier, Chief Operating Officer, Assystem said: ‘We are delighted to partner MVM ERBE in the delivery of Paks II.  Our teams will deploy the full spectrum of our expertise in the delivery of an NPP, incorporating our digital competency and deep understanding of the delivery of nuclear infrastructure in a regulated environment.”  

Norbert Lajos Dr. Korom, CEO, MVM ERBE said: “As the owner’s engineer at Paks II, we strive to find the best possible partners in addition to our own capabilities for the successful implementation of the project. We hope that the agreement with Assystem will further this goal and that a long-term, successful cooperation will begin.”

 

About MVM ERBE

MVM ERBE Zrt., the Engineering Office of the MVM Group, prepares, design and implements projects requires for the operation of power plants producing electricity and heat, and electric transmission and distribution networks, and provides full-scale engineering services for these tasks.

References from a company with over 70 years of experience include the production of conventional high-output energy based on carbon, hydrocarbon and nuclear power, as well as lower-output equipment utilizing mainly renewable sources of energy (wind, biomass, biogas, landfill gas, solar energy, etc.)

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Assystem acquires UK-based rail consultancy, Schofield Lothian

Lancashire-based engineering giant Assystem has acquired all of the shares of Schofield Lothian Ltd, a London-based consulting company that primarily specialises in UK rail projects which has 80 specialist consultants.

Through this acquisition Assystem is extending and diversifying its UK footprint. Schofield Lothian’s offer covers four different areas: Consents & Engagement, Environmental Services, Project Management and Commercial Management.

Schofield Lothian’s key business offering in Consents & Engagement and Environmental services brings new capability to Assystem, while Assystem will provide Schofield Lothian and the UK public transportation sector with its experience in digitalising engineering and managing major rail projects in France, the Middle East and, more recently, India.

The acquisition will hence enable Assystem to offer a broader range of end-to-end services for energy transition projects in the UK, including to our existing clients involved in new nuclear power station delivery, small modular reactors and renewables as well as hydrogen. With Schofield Lothian’s Consents & Engagement and Environmental services, Assystem is now in the position to serve energy projects from their early stages until their completion.

Assystem is also becoming a significant player in engineering services for the transportation sector in the UK, which means that Schofield Lothian’s existing clients in that sector will benefit from a broader services offering. Due to Assystem’s digital capabilities, Schofield Lothian’s teams will be able to apply Assystem’s Engineering by Digital approach to projects and draw on its expertise in digital methods and tools. They will also be able to capitalise on the safety and risks related capabilities developed by CRA, another UK entity of the Assystem group.

Assystem is dedicated to realising the energy transition and digital revolution and is designing and delivering energy and infrastructure projects that will power the net zero economy. While its focus is on decarbonised energy (nuclear as well as renewables and hydrogen), it also deploys its expertise in the public transportation and defence sectors, which need the same type of high-level skills in terms of complex infrastructure engineering, with public transportation making a key contribution to decarbonising the economy.

Thomas Branche Senior Vice President, Energy Transition and Infrastructures, Assystem said: “Schofield Lothian is a highly respected and well-established consultancy, and we are really excited about the combination of our two organisations’ capabilities, which we are sure will be a success. This combination of Schofield Lothian’s high-end capabilities in consents & engagement and environmental services with Assystem’s engineering skills and expertise will be a real advantage for energy transition projects in the UK. At the same time, the combination creates a key partner for the UK transportation sector, helping to build safer, cleaner and more efficient transport networks.”

Kevin Corcoran, Managing Director of Schofield Lothian said: “We are excited to be joining the Assystem Group - the acquisition brings together two complementary businesses that are culturally aligned with both companies sharing similar values.
With Assystem’s expertise in digitalisation and engineering skills, we can expand our services and accelerate our growth in rail and infrastructure bringing added value to both our clients and staff. We are also excited by the opportunities it will provide to our staff in terms of their professional and personal growth working alongside our new colleagues in Assystem.”

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