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ENGIE Fabricom's new initiative to move towards environmentally sustainable industries follows the success of major offshore wind projects.
Jane Imrie

ENGIE Fabricom looks to renewables for ambitious growth plans

Engineering and construction company ENGIE Fabricom has announced plans to drive growth through a shift to renewables.

Based in South Humberside, the firm, which has five UK sites including Grimsby, Immingham, Middlesbrough and Stokesley, has plans to achieve a turnover of £150m by 2022.

The new initiative to move towards environmentally sustainable industries follows the success of major offshore wind projects such as SSE and Npower’s Greater Gabbard, Lynn and Inner Dowsing, the Humber Gateway and Ørsted’s Burbo Bank.

Richard Webster, CEO at ENGIE Fabricom said: “Now is absolutely the right time to adopt this more circular approach as we make the shift from our workforce historically delivering on oil and gas… to capitalising on market opportunities – like the renewables sector – where there is a huge demand for the skills of our workforce.”

ENGIE Fabricom’s plan to adopt a holistic operational approach and shift its focus to renewables has involved a management restructure to strengthen the firm’s commercial capabilities.

Richard added: “We believe this approach will help us strengthen the existing relationships we already have, as well as attract new clients who are keen to take advantage of our capabilities in the increasingly competitive green sector.”

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