Our engineers work in the best interests of society and in response to your needs
In March 2021, UNESCO published the report entitled “Engineering for Sustainable Development: Delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals”. It highlights the crucial role that engineering will play in achieving each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals “SDGs”.
It is my firm belief that engineering will play a central role in resolving the major societal and environmental challenges of the 21st century. The engineering practices of tomorrow are expected to be responsible, ethical, creative and adaptable to changes taking place in our society.
Engineers use innovative methods to transform territories. Their creativity has enhanced the quality of life of many populations from antiquity to the present day. The creativity of engineers is showcased in major feats such as the Acropolis and the Parthenon in Greece, the Roman Coliseum, the pyramids in Egypt and, a little closer to home, the first railway lines or sanitation networks. As the world embraces the fourth industrial revolution, the Internet of Things and data use will not only increase efficiency and develop new services, but also effect a profound change in many professions, including ours. Engineering, in all its forms, is leading this revolution from the front. It is deemed, now more than ever before, to be an essential driving force behind the development of national economies and delivers a response to the challenges of global warming, protection of the environment and natural resources, energy transition, mobility and even urbanisation.
In light of this situation, the BG Group recognises the importance of addressing and anticipating the needs of its customers and society. The Group invests and invests itself. Its history on the Swiss and French markets, as well as the many large-scale projects it has undertaken around the world, place it in a privileged position to overcome the challenges facing society. We are delighted to share our expertise, our creativity and our capacity to adopt a cross-functional approach to complex projects…to your projects.
Goodbye for now.
Pierre Epars, Group CEO
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