Imtech is a European technical solutions provider. We combine high quality electrical, ICT and mechanical services. From design, consultancy and engineering to maintenance management, implementation and services. Sustainable and innovative.
Focus on power plants, automotive, chemicals and petrochemicals, the energy and environment market, pharmaceuticals, machine building, oil & gas, the animal feed industry, the aircraft industry and the (luxury) food industry.
Including data centres, distribution centres, offices, government buildings, laboratories, airports, museums, parking garages, penal institutions, leisure centres, stadiums, stations, universities and colleges, shopping centres, hospitals and care institutions.
Delivering total solutions for the traffic and specialized parts of the infrastructural market. We combine electrical and mechanical engineering and ICT to the best solutions for moving people, materials, energy & data flows.
Imtech needs to maintain its good reputation regarding safety. The international Imtech companies are known for being safe companies with low accident figures. We consult others actively about safe, healthy and environmentally-aware working methods and our customers appreciate this.
The Netherlands Government Buildings Agency, on behalf of the Ministry of Security and Justice, has selected the Pi2 consortium, which comprises Ballast Nedam and Royal Imtech, for the new Zaanstad Penitentiary building at Hoogtij.
At Imtech we believe in a green future. We’ve made this our business. We developed the green building concept, for example, in which we’ve been contracted to renovate or build various buildings sustainably. There’s the AMC, the head office of Deutsche Bank and the new town hall in Zaanstad.
Technology offers the solution for the mobility of tomorrow
Guaranteeing our mobility forms one of the key challenges in today’s society. Without mobility, our economy will grind to a halt. Motorways are becoming increasingly crowded; city centres are becoming more and more difficult to access. The limits of our capacity have been reached. At the same time, increasingly strict environmental and sustainability requirements are being made – and rightly so – that seem to be at odds with the ongoing increase in mobility. Technology offers the solution to enable us to comply with all these requirements
- 5% less acceleration/deceleration needed
- 7% emission reduction
- same average trip speed
To improve traffic flow and reachability the infrastructure can be expanded by adding extra roads, extra lanes to existing roads, or creating overpasses. These solutions are not only costly, but available space is often also limited, especially in urban areas.
Imtech Marine has upgraded and extended the coverage of its Global VSAT Network. In addition to its wide network, Imtech Marine can now offer VSAT coverage in the Indian Ocean, roughly between Tanzania, Ethiopia, Madagascar, India and Indonesia, which is an important and busy area for the international maritime industry. Imtech Marine offers a reliable, cost effective and always-on broadband communication solution that utilizes the iDirect Evolution platform. This global solution covers all major shipping routes and provides guaranteed quality of service of 99,5%, Service Level Agreements, 24/7 support and worldwide VSAT coverage, including automatic beam switching.
Green ships ‘less crew; zero emissions’
Energy-efficiency and sustainability are presently the centre of attention in the marine sector. Indeed, the market for ‘green’ ships is booming, both in the case of newly built vessels and of existing ships that are made ‘greener’. An average ship’s fuel consumption amounts to one-third of the total costs. And CSR plays a crucial role too, as do political developments. After all, with a good ranking on the international Environmental Ship Index, cleaner ships can receive a discount on their harbour dues in European ports.
The sharply increased band width of information streams, the increasing intensity of data traffic and by the market desired improvements in performance and security mean that telecommunications and IT providers are investing in improving and expanding data capacity. At the same time, the demands on the environment are increasing dramatically. Data centres, which necessarily require significant amounts of energy, must become as ‘green’ as possible. Imtech offers total solutions for ‘green’ data centre technology.