Since inception, Engenda Group has been progressively formed through a careful and selective acquisition strategy. This, complemented by impressive organic growth, means Engenda Group has continued its augmentation into a market leader in the delivery of outsourced engineering services to multiple market sectors across the UK and Europe.
Engenda Group can be trusted to deliver high quality, technically advanced, specified equipment and facilities on time and within budget. Engenda Group prides itself on being an organisation powered by innovation, founded on a reputation of trust, integrity and ethical business practices.
So even though Engenda has only existed from 2009, the companies within Engenda have existed from as early as 1967.
Engenda Group was formed with the aim of providing a fresh and innovative approach in the delivery of essential outsourced engineering services to the Power, Refining, Chemical, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing and Infrastructure sectors in the UK and Overseas.
Engenda first purchase was Advanced Control Engineering Solution Ltd, based in Runcorn. ACES was formed in June 2006, and provided Control System Engineering and Control Panel Manufacture for predominately the Chemical and FMCG Industries.
Engenda then purchased Lincolnshire based, Lectec. A £10.8m turnover business which designs and installs instrumentation for the petrochemical, energy and steel industries.
DTEC, based in Stone, specialises in refinery and petrochemical turnaround services. It was bought out by Engenda Group in March 2011. We quickly relocated the business in September 2011 to a new 12,000sq ft warehouse and office complex in Staffordshire.
The site previous to Halton Fabrications was operated by Henry Branch, Established in 1938.
Ardeth (inc. Northern Plastics)
Engenda Group acquired Ardeth in 2014 in a pre-pack deal which saved 50 local jobs. The location was ideal for us in between key clients in Merseyside and Humber, which brought in an establish experience base for GRP fabrications.
Engenda purchased 20 year old Hope draughting that specialises in CAD (Computer Aided Design) drawings, modelling and 3D scanning for the engineering sector. Hope was one of the first UK businesses to introduce laser scan technology to help industrial plant operators carry out infrastructure surveys.
Clark Eriksson (CEA)
Clark Eriksson is a project management and design services consultancy based in Falkirk. The addition of Clark Eriksson completes Engenda’s aim of building an organisation capable of providing core services in design, construction, fabrication and maintenance. Once a small, locally focused consultancy - Engenda EPC is has over 100 dedicated employees across 3 offices.