A high-end approach to scheduling, construction management and coordination (SCMC), prestigious projects, an entrepreneurial spirit and the opportunities offered by a major group: these are just some of the reasons you might want to join setec opency.

A high-end approach to SCMC

Working on SCMC at setec opency means exploring every facet of a demanding career, combining solid technical expertise with people skills, curiosity and an ability to see the big picture. It means liaising with all the stakeholders in a construction project from the earliest stages.

Prestigious projects

With the Grand Paris Express rapid transit network (six contracts), the South terminal of Paris-Orly airport, the Lens and Hôtel-Dieu de Paris hospitals and the Richelieu site of the National Library of France (BnF), plantitec btp offers an opportunity to work on prestigious projects that combine technical complexity with massive scale and major constraints. For our employees, working at setec opency is an invitation to take their talent to new heights on a daily basis.

Independence and an entrepreneurial spirit

As a small-scale company fully owned by its employees, setec opency is fiercely proud of its independence and promotes close working relations in-house. This entrepreneurial spirit is part of setec’s DNA.

Opportunities to evolve within setec group

setec opency provides employees with opportunities to evolve within setec group, one of France’s leading engineering companies. This professional mobility sets the stage for a rich and diverse career.

A After working as a geotechnical engineer at setec international, I had the opportunity to join setec opency in 2015 as a business manager in the infrastructure team, working on inter-site SCMC assignments. First on loan internally and then transferred, I was able to step back and confirm my move. This kind of experience is rewarding, being an opportunity to learn a new job without leaving the group. A
Sébastien Larochelle, SCMC business manager

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