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AMEC sales go nuclear with £336m Sellafield cleanup

Samir-Brikho-AMEC-14A waste treatment deal with Sellafield could net AMEC, the international engineering and project management company, a share of £336 million.

Russian engineering giant takes Cambridge software

Dmitry-Smeltsov-newTechnology from a Cambridge UK engineering software specialist has excited one of Russia’s top industrial companies.

PM signals £71.1million Cambridge corridor cash

TWI-Resonance-testingPrime Minister David Cameron has unveiled a £71.1 million Growth Deal investment in Cambridge and its hinterland which he predicts will create 5,000 new jobs.

BP joins TWI to power postgrad engineering centre

Christoph-WiesnerBP has joined Cambridge industrial innovator TWI as a founding sponsor of the UK’s pioneering research centre for postgraduate engineering education.

AVEVA collaborates with AMEC on new global projects

Dunlin-AMECCambridge based world leaders AVEVA and AMEC are working together to put UK technology and expertise to best practice in global infrastructure projects.

AVEVA plots new acquisitions in global growth surge

AVEVA CEO Richard Longdon Cambridge engineering software business AVEVA is planning more acquisitions – notably in the US – plus new generations of technology as it charts a fresh spurt of international growth.

Tecvac wings in at speed to Farnborough

TecvacA Cambridge company specialising in aerospace surface engineering is preparing to grandstand at the Farnborough International Air Show with its largest ever presence.

AVEVA coup with Russian power projects

AVEVA engineering and design softwareThere may be UK tension with Russia over the annexing of Crimea but Cambridge technology is cutting through the political haze.

Global engineering giant takes Cambridge software

Paul Wurth has implemented AVEVA Everything3DOne of the world’s oldest and most powerful engineering companies has turned to Cambridge UK technology to boost design of projects across multiple sites.

AVEVA mines new opportunity in Chile

AVEVA-miningA leading engineering firm in the Chilean mining industry has implemented technology from AVEVA in Cambridge UK to shrink project delivery times.

Malaysians take AVEVA technology

AVEVA-E3D-NGLTechMalaysian oil & gas influencer NGLTech has taken design software from AVEVA, the plant engineering specialist in Cambridge UK, to adopt the principles of lean construction.

Hutt blows hot on growth trail

James-HuttCambridge UK company, Hutt Industrial Engineering Ltd has seen unprecedented growth and more than doubled its staff in the last year.

AMEC consortium wins $974m gas field deal

AMEC chief executive Samir BrikhoA consortium involving AMEC, the engineering consultancy heavily involved in the Cambridge UK technology cluster, has won a near-billion dollar deal for work on a gas field in the Caspian Sea.

Asia and America boost AVEVA sales

AVEVA CEO, Richard LongdonEngineering technology business AVEVA reports major growth in Asia Pacific and both America and Canada as it continues to broaden its suite of software products.

Johnson Matthey schools future engineers

JM-engineeringTechnology innovator Johnson Matthey is schooling primary school youngsters in a bid to build an ongoing talent pool for UK engineering.

US float as AMEC eyes $3.2bn US acquisition

Chief executive Samir Brikho. Image courtesy – AMECInternational engineering company AMEC, which operates in the Cambridge UK technology cluster, has lined up a potential $3.2 billion offer for Foster Wheeler AG, whose major operations are steered from New Jersey and Switzerland.

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