VINCI Energies acquires TechTest Services Pty Ltd

Composite image of renewables with electricity transmission infrastructure (Vinci energies)


TechTest Services Pty Ltd has now become part of the global VINCI Energies group in Australia.

Bsed in Melbourne, Victoria, TechTest Services is a substation, maintenance and construction and high-voltage electrical contracting company servicing large-scale distribution and transmission utilities, Australia wide.

As a natural extension to the VINCI Energies portfolio, this strategic acquisition will further diversify our business and grow our future addressable markets in the electrical sector that we don’t currently service. The scale and depth of our operations will also broaden and allow for expansion into additional states within Australia.

The services provided by TechTest Services align with the VINCI Energies core business values, culture, and ethics, with a priority on health, safety, and the environment.
Noted by Tony Croagh, Managing Director, VINCI Energies Australia, “With the acceleration of the energy transformation market in Australia, an acquisition of this type, will strengthen our ability to continue to participate in the burgeoning renewable energy space.”

About VINCI Energies

In a world undergoing constant change, VINCI Energies contributes to the environmental transition by helping bring about major trends in the digital landscape and energy sector. VINCI Energies’ teams roll out technologies and integrate customised multi-technical solutions, from design to implementation, operation and maintenance.

With their strong local roots and agile and innovative structure, VINCI Energies’ 1,900 business units have positioned themselves at the heart of the energy choices of their customers, boosting the reliability, efficiency and sustainability of their infrastructure and processes. VINCI Energies strives for global performance, caring for the planet, useful to people and committed to local communities.

About Vinci Energies 2022

€16.7  billion
90,000 employees
1,900 Business Units
57 countries

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