Our multidisciplinary teams guarantee high level expertise, provide project leadership as well as global project management from design through to completion. They have the skills to work on ever more complex projects and share a common goal: quality service.
Our ambition is to assist you at every stage of your project and to provide solutions that meet your technical, budgetary, safety and environmental requirements.
A strong and independent group
AUXITEC Ingénierie : an expanding group created in 1964 engaged in controlled growth at the service of its clients and their strategies.
Consolidated revenues in 2014
« In just a few years, I’ve been able to diversify my skill set.
Today, my ambition is to move even further towards
project management. »
« Availability, innovation, competence and the integration
of constantly developing technologies to meet customer
requirements : these elements make up our daily challenges
and provide for very enriching experiences. »
« You need to keep an open mind and very quickly
adopt new reflexes to increase productivity
and relevance. After all, our unit is dedicated
to solving problems. »
« In a design office, teaching skills and expertise to newcomers
is important… and benefits everyone!
A new pair of eyes can only be enriching. »
« Engineering jobs are very demanding ! You need to be open-minded,
constantly adapting to changes in customer requirements.
You need a strong, motivated local team and have to keep a constant eye on quality.
It’s really stimulating ! »
« Trust and respect for commitments
are fundamental values at Auxitec Engineering. »
« What I love about my job is working
on major engineering projects involving all trades, continuously
applying and developing my skills in project management. »
« After steering multi-site roll-out projects, I worked on the creation
of a huge work management structure. In my job, I use my
organizational and technical skills in operations focused
on continuous quality improvement, cost compliance,
improving time-frames and maintaining optimum safety levels. »