Due to continuing business growth we are looking to recruit technicians to join our testing team.
Building Pathology team member , James Lakin joined VINCI Technology Centre in 2015 as an apprentice with Bedford College.
VINCI Technology Centre apprentice Jack Lambert has been granted Technician membership of the Institute of Concrete Technology.
VINCI Technology Centre provide a safe and secure base at our Leighton Buzzard facility for the Buzzer Buses fleet of vehicles.
Well it’s been an interesting year, to say the least, and it’s not over yet. Most people know us for our larger projects, drop tests for the nuclear industry, full scale mock-ups, façade testing etc.
Actually, some serious business going on here… Our Building Pathology (BP) team have been commissioned by VINCI Facilities to carry out some visual inspections of London’s Royal Parks bridges.
VINCI technology Centre are pleased to have played a part in protecting NHS staff by donating 700 items of PPE, namely coveralls, to Milton Keynes and Stoke Mandeville hospitals.
In this unprecedented crisis, our absolute priority at VINCI is the safety and health of all our employees, customers and partners, through strict compliance with the instructions from public authorities in all the geographies where we operate.
Our customer, a major contractor, were experiencing serious post construction water ingress issues on a prestigious project in London.
We recently hosted a special training session for an EdF Energy’s team around safety inspections on Nuclear Power Stations.
Back in 2012 we were involved in the design and construction of a specialist training facility at the Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy (TUCA).
VINCI Technology Centre UK Limited has confirmed it has been awarded a framework agreement by EDF Energy to provide specialist support on seven out of their eight operating nuclear power stations in the UK.
We are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 3rd World Nuclear Exhibition in Paris from June 26th – 28th.
VINCI Technology Centre team member Dr. David Kerr will be speaking at the above event on May 16th.
We are taking a stand at the Nuclear Institute 11th International Conference on the Transport, Storage and Disposal of Radioactive Waste.
Following a recent UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Services) audit we are pleased to confirm that we have retained our accreditation.
We are delighted to be hosting the Structural Concrete Alliance (SCA) Practical Demonstration Day on March 27th
Our team recently carried out a condition survey for a Norman church in Kent. The work is required so gain a complete understanding of the current structure prior to carrying out nearby construction work.