Home / acquisitions / Imtech formalises SPIE UK acquisition

Imtech formalises SPIE UK acquisition

At the end of October, Imtech, a leading UK technical services engineering group jointly owned by EDF and Dalkia, signed an agreement for the acquisition of SPIE UK. Following fulfilment of customary conditions and regulatory approvals this transaction has completed and SPIE UK is now wholly owned by Imtech.

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.

Gautier Jacob, CEO, Imtech Group commented: “I am pleased this strategic acquisition has now completed and the reaction from the marketplace, as well as Imtech and SPIE UK employees, has been positive. This very much strengthens and accelerates our capabilities to deliver decarbonisation solutions for our clients and we look forward to further developing our business together in the future.”

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.

Securing your supply chain for the future

In a highly cost-competitive and dynamic marketplace, to keep up with ever-expanding client demands and remain competitive, there is increasing pressure on FM organisations to effectively manage risk.

And with the growing challenges of dealing with multiple suppliers, contractors, and day to day processes, it has never been more important to have access to a compliant supply chain that you have full visibility of.

Market-leading Health, Safety and ESG risk management provider Alcumus, has produced a FREE GUIDE to learn how your organisation can become more resilient and well placed to create value across your supply chain network while saving time and resources.

Topics covered include:

  • Overview of supply chain risks in FM
  • Best practice supply chain tips
  • How to increase value from your supply chain 

To download the free guide click here.

About Sarah OBeirne

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *