2020 was deeply impacted by Covid-19 which challenged the entire engineering services industry. With health and safety as the top priority, Artelia succeeded to continue to service its customers throughout the crises thanks to the commitment of its 6,100 staff across 40 countries.
The Artelia Group, a major player in construction engineering in Europe, has announced the acquisition of SDZ ProcessRéa, a company specializing in the design and project management of intensive and automated logistics facilities.
Team Framtíðarlína led by Artelia was selected in a formal procurement process out of eight strong international design teams, to design a future public transport system in the capital area of Iceland. The consortium is composed of Artelia, MOE (Artelia Group) and HNIT as engineering consultants, and Gottlieb Paludan Architects and YRKI as architects.
On 16 October 2020 in Oslo, Artelia and Olav Olsen announce the acquisition by Artelia of 100% of the shares of Olav Olsen.
Artelia is announcing that it has become a majority shareholder in the engineering company Principia, specialising in consulting engineering for marine activities in the offshore, nuclear, and naval and civil defence sectors.
Artelia posted a significant increase in turnover and operating income in 2019, combining intrinsic performance and external growth.
Le 10 mars 2020, le Groupe Artelia, acteur européen de référence dans les domaines du bâtiment, des infrastructures, de l’eau, de l’environnement et de l’industrie, annonce l’acquisition de la société Austin Newport, spécialisée dans la rénovation de bâtiments historiques.
On 5 December 2019 in Copenhagen, ARTELIA and MOE announce the acquisition of 100% of the shares in MOE by ARTELIA, as a result of which the shareholders of MOE will reinvest and become shareholders in Artelia, which is wholly owned by its managers and employees.
On 25 September 2019 Artelia finalized a new share transmission operation, marking a key milestone in the Group's history.
The Open Ocean team is joining the Artelia Group, a leading European engineering firm specialising in building construction, infrastructure, water, industry and the environment.