Ray Ashley – Knowledge transfer going forward

He has been with Syngenia for over four years now, but as Ray Ashley himself says, he’s a “special case”. While he should be enjoying a laid-back retirement in the sunny South, he has instead decided to extend his professional … Continued

Sabine Uwingabiye – Aim to improve, again and again

As composed as she is calm and enthusiastic, Sabine is a smiling young 32-year-old. What led her to become a project engineer? An industrial engineering master’s in electromechanics, a first vocational experience and, above all, a wish to work both … Continued

Cyril Leichnam – driven by multi-project planning

His management diploma pointed towards a commercial vocation, but Cyril has followed a rather untypical career path. After his initial professional experience, he moved into the world of industry, where he devoted himself to managing projects on behalf of major … Continued

Obsolescence is a growing problem

Bruno De Cooman, Mechanical Engineer working at Tractebel Engie on behalf of Syngenia has been interviewed by Valve World Magazine about how Tractebel Engie’s obsolescence program is helping to keep nuclear plants in good condition.  Read the article of Bruno … Continued

Today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for engineers

The engineering profession is in constant flux. So are the knowledge and the skills sets required. Where does that leave a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci or Nikola Tesla? What challenges do they face? Engineers’ jobs have changed. The old systems … Continued

Matteo Greco – exporting skills   

  Syngenia is proud to export skills across borders. We spoke to Matteo Greco, a Nuclear System Engineer currently working at Tractebel. For almost two years, Syngenia facilitated his mission in the Dutch city of Alkmaar.   What brought you … Continued