TOP 7 Largest Global Engineering Companies

According to Vista Projects, an engineering company is a company specializing in the provision of engineering services. Such companies are able to provide services simultaneously in several areas and involve various equipment suppliers as well as various contracting firms.

The world's largest engineering companies, such as BATEMAN Project Holdings Ltd., Hatch Group, The Kvaerner Group, SNC-Lavalin, Bechtel Corporation, and others, have a holding structure managed by the parent company. Subdivisions of such companies are located in many countries of the world. They are endowed with a wide range of powers, they can independently carry out projects, organize joint ventures, etc.

The engineering companies carry out simultaneously a large number (some more than 1000) projects in different parts of the world, and the range of tasks they solve is very large including:

● feasibility study of the project;

● planning of financial flows, provision of financing;

● full management of the project or its parts;

● design, modeling;

● work with suppliers and contractors;

● provision of commissioning works;

● provision of transportation;

● audit, licensing, etc.

It should be remembered that engineering companies are not directly involved in construction, installation of equipment, etc. They create projects, provide their financing, negotiate with suppliers and hire a contractor, which, in turn, directly carries out the construction, installation of equipment, and other work.

The engineering companies carry out projects in many areas, particularly:

● in the petrochemical industry;

● in the metallurgical industry;

● in mechanical engineering and shipbuilding;

● in the field of telecommunications;

● in energy;

● carry out projects for the construction of roads, bridges, buildings and structures, and much more.

The engineering companies carry out projects both independently and in partnership with other companies. Projects can be implemented on a turnkey basis, or the company can only carry out some part of the project.

At the same time, all work is carried out from the feasibility study to commissioning. The engineering company itself manages the project, negotiates with suppliers and contractors, and carries out other necessary work. The number of personnel in large engineering companies can reach several tens of thousands of people, and in smaller ones - about several hundred.

Linde

Linde Group, registered as Linde AG, is a German multinational chemical company with subsidiaries in many countries around the world. The headquarters is in Munich, Bavaria.

It was created in 1878 by Carl von Linde. In March 2006, Linde announced it was buying British rival BOC Group, creating the world's largest industrial gases company. During the Cold War, Linde was engaged in the production of various components of rocket fuel, in 1959 the American branch of the company built a plant for the production of liquid hydrogen in Torrance (California).

Linde AG is one of the world's leading manufacturers of industrial gases. The company is well-known for engineering developments, in particular, warehouse equipment for stackers and loaders of the Linde and Still brands.

The Linde Group has over 600 subsidiaries in over 100 countries.

Today, the Linde Group has two main business areas: gas (industrial gases and medical gases) and mechanical engineering.

Bechtel Corporation

Bechtel Corporation is an American company, one of the world's largest engineering and construction companies. The company has a large number of subsidiaries and divisions, and the company's representative offices are located in 66 countries around the world. The company employs 50,000 people who work with clients, partners, and suppliers on 1,100 projects worldwide. One of the best platforms here is Engre - an international engineering platform that provides a wide range of engineering services. It is a place where you will find global engineering firms for your project.

In 2001, the proceeds from the sale of the company's services amounted to 14.3 billion dollars. In total, during its history, the company has successfully completed about 20 thousand projects in various fields, namely:

in the energy sector (construction of power plants, including hydroelectric power stations and nuclear power plants);

● in ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy;

● in construction;

● in the field of telecommunications;

● in the chemical and petrochemical industry;

● in the field of environmental protection;

● in the aircraft industry and the defense industry.

Saipem

According to Reuters, Saipem is a technological oil and gas company that carries out complex projects in deep water drilling, the development of remote fields, and the extraction of "difficult" oil. Saipem is headquartered in Milan and has 40,000 employees in 70 countries. The company consists of two divisions: one offering engineering and construction services, and the other providing services related to drilling in extremely difficult conditions around the world.

Honeywell

Honeywell is the world leader in the production of control systems for buildings, industry, aviation, and space. The company was founded in 1885 in Minneapolis, USA. Currently, the company's turnover exceeds 25 billion US dollars and the number of employees is 120,000 worldwide.

Honeywell has been a supplier of automation products to the power and energy industries and the construction industry for many years. The company's equipment is also supplied and successfully operated in the chemical, oil, gas, thermal power, food, and other industries worldwide. Recognizing the challenges faced by these industries, Honeywell consistently develops the application systems needed to solve complex problems.

The unique feature of Honeywell systems is their ability to expand capabilities. This feature allows you to install a simple, inexpensive, independent system, and then, as the need arises, expand the existing system to an integrated automatic system without replacing the already installed equipment.

Worley Parsons

Warley Parsons is a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction, and project management services to clients worldwide in industries such as:

● oil and Gas Industry

● mining Metallurgy

● energy Industry

● infrastructure

The Kvaerner Group

The Kvaerner Group is a Norwegian engineering company with offices in more than 30 countries around the world. The "Engineering and Construction Group" is engaged in the implementation of projects in the field of metallurgy.

The main activities of the company in the field of metallurgy are as follows:

● introduction of new technologies;

● feasibility studies of projects;

● design and design of enterprises;

● engineering;

● ensuring construction;

● selection and supply of equipment;

● project management, case management;

● provision of commissioning works;

● assessment of the activity of metallurgical enterprises.

Atlas Maschinen GmbH

Atlas Maschinen GmbH (Germany) was formed by spinning off Atlas Weyhausen GmbH. In 2010, acquired the Terex Atlas brand of tracked and wheeled excavators, specialty rail excavators, fixed slewing cranes, and material handlers from Terex Corporation.

The company's specialization is the production and sale of earth-moving and lifting equipment for construction.

Nowadays, unique machines for the most complex tasks are the key direction for the development of the ATLAS design bureau. The great examples of such development could be the ATLAS wheeled excavator and the ATLAS swamp crawler excavator. The first model is with a telescopic boom and a digging depth of up to 16 meters, and the second one is characterized by the smallest ground pressure.
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