Tebodin Peters Engineering

Bilfinger BEST

As part of the group BEST strategy, which initiates renaming our corporate brand to Bilfinger SE, Tebodin Peters Engineering (TPE) is evolvi...

We want to help you build your plant

Opened and bigger markets, emerging countries, economic difficulties, advanced technological progress all of them are signals of our actual ...

Advanced software: PDMS

For developing our services clients, industries and TPE count with advanced IT programs that enable our teams to potentiate our scientific k...

Careers. Be part of French top projects

We usually hear that people is the most important resource existing for companies, but when we talk about an engineering enterprise people i...

  • Bilfinger BEST

    Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  • We want to help you build your plant

    Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  • Advanced software: PDMS

    Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  • Careers. Be part of French top projects

    Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Monday, 29 September 2014 06:36


Tebodin Peters Engineering France along with Bilfinger Piping Technologies and Bilfinger LTM Industries SAS are proud to announce their participation to the most important date in the Nuclear Industry therefore representing the Bilfinger group as a key player in the field.                During those three days you will be able to see all our know-how and experience in this sector as well as our revolutionary technologies. So come to our stand and discover the Bilfinger world of expertise. We will be happy to meet you there to demonstrate our skills and answer all your questions.
Friday, 06 June 2014 07:43

Deutsch Qualität

On the fifth floor overlooking Paris is Tebodin Peters Engineering France’s engineering design office (part of the German group Bilfinger). This team of engineers and designers works closely together under the supervision of Kai Erben. Together they have a great amount of experience, most of which within the company.  One may ask: what exactly is a design office? Although it is hard to find a real definition, our engineers certainly have the answer to what they believe their work consists of. “An engineer’s design office is a team specialised in the applied sciences of converting theoretical studies to the actual conception of engineering solutions” they say proudly. The office manager even goes so far as to tell me: “To me, it is the concentrate of intellect, a very efficient machine capable of solving all our clients’ problems, be them simple…
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 09:02

Designing the Future

The Patio: a classy name for a rather classy place. As I enter this brand new building everything is light and clean. A sense or order and quiet reigns across the building and, as you enter the tranquil state-of-the art offices on the 4th floor, the team of engineers inspires seriousness and professionalism. Part of the EDF Nuclear Division, EDF SEPTEN (Services Etudes et Projets Thermiques et Nucléaires) is responsible for the pre-design (conceptual and basic design) of all the French nuclear power stations. Based in these offices, TPEF is part of a GMES (Groupement Momentané d’Entreprise solidaires), a conglomerate of companies along with Altran. The aim of a GMES is to get contractors to work in harmony. This has the advantage of bringing together all the assets each sub-contractor has and merge them together to make the best performing…
EDF UNIE is our latest acquired client for whom we perform study of piping systems in order to produce a catalogue of readily available spare parts. Carlos Costa is one of our latest recruits, straight out of Arts et Metiers Paristech where he studied a degree in mechanical (specialised in fluids and rotating machines). “Having done two internships during my studies: one in piping the construction of piping installations and the other in piping materials, it was only logical that I would continue on that route” he explains over a lunch delicious see bass “Now this is my first job and I am really enjoying it”                 EDF UNIE, part of DPN (Direction de Production Nucléaire) is responsible for the efficient running and maintenance of the French nuclear infrastructure. They periodically stop the plants to service them and have noticed that on some occasions,…
Situated in Finland, Olkiluoto 3 is the first generation 3 EPR to have its construction launched (TVO OL3). Since 2006 Tebodin Peters Engineering France has participated in various aspects of the project using its know-how in PDMS design: steelwork design, layout and piping design. It also participated in the fluid system checks and the following up of electrical contracts. The project has now passed an important step as the pressure and leak-tightness tests of the primary circuit have been successfully completed. During the tests, the containment was pushed up to 6 bars for as long as 30 hours (more detail:World Nuclear News). This brings the project one step closer to completion and to its operating launch (predicted to be 2016).
Awanou Kankarafou was one of the very first employees to work for Tebodin Peters Engineering France. He now works as a PDMS administrator on Project UK at Sofinel in Bristol.   What led you to become a design and calculation engineer in the nuclear power sector?                 I have always been very interested in mechanics and therefore chose to study mechanical conception and mechanical engineering at university. I then headed towards the nuclear power sector as I was offered the opportunity to work on the first European EPRTM reactor: Olkiluoto 3 in Finland (Areva forTVO). It goes without saying that the nuclear sector presented me with many other opportunities as it’s a sector which is still expanding. What have you done since? Since then I have worked on the FA3 EPR project in Flamanville as a piping design and calculation engineer and now I…
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