VINCI Energies strengthens multidisciplinary engineering portfolio through acquisition A and I Kwant

Through this acquisition it strengthens its multidisciplinary portfolio with architectural and civil engineering knowledge and expertise within the business line Industry.

Today VINCI Energies announces that it has acquired engineering company A en I Kwant Civiel in Veendam. Through this acquisition it strengthens its multidisciplinary portfolio with architectural and civil engineering knowledge and expertise within the business line Industry.

A en I Kwant Civiel (Kwant), active since 1991, is an engineering company offering a complete range of design and engineering services. They provide advice, engineering and supervision of complete processes in construction and mechanical engineering. They focus mainly on industry, governments and project developers.

Director Meindert Kwant: ‘By being part of a strong and sustainable organisation that is committed to retain our identity and way of working, we can take another major step forward for our customers and employees.’

Kwant is known for its pragmatic and innovative approach to its clients and has been using new technologies such as BIM modelling and 3D scanning for years

Eric Cissen, Director at Actemium: ‘The construction and civil engineering knowledge of Kwant is complementary to our existing portfolio of plant & process design and industrial automation. With the arrival of Kwant and its engineers in our organization, we can serve our clients even better with a multidisciplinary engineering approach.’

This acquisition is fully in line with VINCI Energies’ strategy to strengthen its industrial portfolio with engineering knowledge. Kwant will continue to operate under its own name.

Jos van Uden, Managing Director at VINCI Energies: ‘Actemium and Kwant have successfully worked together in recent years for various clients through a similar way of working, culture and drive for the best solution. The arrival of Kwant creates a strong team of multidisciplinary engineers. A welcome addition to our network organisation.’

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