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Imtech acquires SPIE UK for £43m

Imtech, a leading UK technical services engineering group jointly owned by EDF and Dalkia, has signed an agreement for the acquisition of SPIE UK.

The group delivers engineering services and decarbonisation solutions for clients in a broad range of sectors including healthcare, defence and technology. Imtech operates across the UK through its four areas of expertise; mechanical and electrical engineering, technical facilities management, energy services and control systems.

The acquisition, which is subject to the fulfilment of customary conditions and regulatory approvals, is aligned with Imtech’s objective to build scale and expand in targeted sectors and will also support Dalkia’s 2026 strategy to increase its UK operations, and EDF’s commitment to helping more UK organisations achieve a sustainable low carbon future.

SPIE UK will complement and enhance Imtech’s current offering with a range of specialty services in industrial instrumentation, clean rooms, and life safety solutions. It also supports elements of Imtech’s 2026 strategy including increasing turnover with long term revenue streams and expanding the business in targeted sectors such as education, industry and infrastructure.

SPIE UK achieved a turnover of £200 million in 2021 and has a dedicated workforce that will add a further 1,800 experienced and customer orientated employees to Imtech.

Speaking about the acquisition, Gautier Jacob, CEO, Imtech Group said: “I am pleased to warmly welcome SPIE UK employees into the Imtech Group. We are very much looking forward to working together to add more value to our clients and boost our development.”

Rob Goodhew, CEO, SPIE UK Limited, said: “SPIE UK has developed cutting-edge expertise that fully meets the needs of our clients and joining the operations of Imtech UK is a great opportunity for us to capitalise on our strengths and further develop the business.”

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