Diversification, Talent, and Growth: Keys to SOCOTEC's Business Success

Wed 03/07/2024 - 12:01

Diversification, people's talent, and strategic inorganic growth are the keys to business growth," explained Guillem Baraut, CEO of SOCOTEC at the 2nd National Congress of Facilities Engineering.

 

Baraut, who participated in the Business Experiences roundtable also as a representative of ASINCA (Associació Catalana d'Enginyeria i Arquitectura), shared his vision with other experts from the sector such as Narcís Armengol Gelonch, Àlvar Villalonga and Maite Ramos, in a debate moderated by Josep Maria Tremps of GEPRO Engineering.

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In his speech, Baraut highlighted the relevance of the diverse growth strategies that have driven SOCOTEC. In a first stage, prior to the formation of SOCOTEC, several companies with extensive experience in the sector joined forces. This union made it possible to reach the volume necessary to access new markets and projects.

With the aim of establishing a solid organizational structure and taking a new step in its growth, SOCOTEC has focused on strengthening its ability to compete in large projects. In this way, the company is on a par with the main players in the sector in terms of financial and technical solvency.

 

 

In his speech, Baraut highlighted the relevance of the diverse growth strategies that have driven SOCOTEC. In a first stage, prior to the formation of SOCOTEC, several companies with extensive experience in the sector joined forces. This union made it possible to reach the volume necessary to access new markets and projects.

With the aim of establishing a solid organizational structure and taking a new step in its growth, SOCOTEC has focused on strengthening its ability to compete in large projects. In this way, the company is on a par with the main players in the sector in terms of financial and technical solvency.

 

 

During his speech, Baraut stressed the importance of SOCOTEC's different growth processes, with a first phase prior to SOCOTEC where, in order to achieve competitiveness, several companies with different expertise in the sector joined forces to achieve the volume to access other markets and other projects. To achieve a stable organizational structure and take the next step in its growth as SOCOTEC, it has been empowered to access large projects and match all the players in the sector with financial and technical solvency.

This vision has materialized in the success of SOCOTEC, an engineering firm that offers comprehensive services, including MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) engineering.

SOCOTEC is experiencing national growth thanks to the opening of new offices strategically distributed throughout the country, which allows them to offer more complete and higher quality services to their customers.

 

Facilities Engineering: A Key Player in the Decarbonization of the Construction Sector

 

As an engineering company that offers comprehensive services, including MEP engineering, it highlights the importance of these installations to contribute to the energy efficiency of buildings and reduce consumption. This vision, led by Guillermo del Oso, director of the MEP department of SOCOTEC, who was also present at the congress together with the general director of Building and Cities, Lara Pellegrini.

They also stressed the need to establish new foundations for facilities engineering, making it a crucial element for decarbonizing the construction sector.

 

In this sense, SOCOTEC applies innovative solutions in all its engineering projects, thus contributing to the achievement of this objective.

In this way, the company promotes the creation of strategic relationships and the progress towards a more sustainable future in the field of building.

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