PARIS, France SNC-LAVALIN FRANCE has announced that the SNC-Lavalin Group has acquired TROUVIN, FIMATEC FRANCE and S.A.M. FIMATEC.
Trouvin is based in Montreuil, near Paris, and currently employs 50 people. The firm was founded in 1957, and is recognized for its engineering of technical equipment used in buildings, industrial facilities and infrastructure. The firm is also known for its expertise in security and safety, and is successfully developing its hospital-sector business.
Fimatec France and S.A.M. Fimatec are located in Nice and Monaco, and
employ a total of 20 people. The firms have acquired special expertise in highly innovative engineering projects, such as heating and cooling with heat pumps run on seawater, as well as sand, natural gas heating and air conditioning.
SNC-Lavalin is well known for its expertise in the mineral industry worldwide. Its subsidiary, BAE-NEWPLAN, has been awarded the contract for the Voisey's Bay mine and concentrator development. Visit the web site at www.snclvalin.com.