An integrated group of innovative service providers within the nuclear industry.
From maintenance firm to high-tech service provider in the nuclear sector specialising in decommissioning and decontamination. Tecnubel has been undergoing this evolution since its founding in 1985. Throughout this span of time, the company has become active in three other, important areas.
The first expansion came with the establishment of ECS in 1990. ECS initially focused on radiation protection and independent inspections of the work carried out on nuclear sites. They added a second domain in 2004: training. Indeed, the demand for a centre of expertise in terms of conventional and nuclear safety within the nuclear sector was quite high. The third and last expansion concerned logistics activities with the full acquisition of Transnubel in 2014.
And thus Tecnubel - Transnubel - ECS was created through the establishment of ECS and the acquisition of Transnubel. This nuclear group offers synergetic, integrated solutions. Over 500 motivated employees give their best every day in terms of decommissioning, waste management, logistics, transport, training, and radiation protection. The following competences, among others, are covered in these domains: project management, consultancy, engineering, studies, calculations, constructions, and effective execution. Together, they form Tecnubel - Transnubel - ECS, a leading partner in the nuclear sector.
Through Tecnubel, 50% of Tecnubel - Transnubel - ECS is owned by the ENGIE Group (ENGIE Cofely) and Belgonucleaire owns the remaining 50%. What’s the benefit of this shareholder structure? Tecnubel, Transnubel, and ECS are part of a strong network and are given access to valuable knowledge and experience. Assets from which they reap the benefits daily.