Fugro NV

Manufacturer
  • Veurse Achterweg 10
    2264 SG Leidschendam
    Netherlands

About Fugro NV

Fugro supports its clients in their search for natural resources and the development, production and transportation of those resources. Furthermore Fugro provides its clients with technical data and information to enable structures and infrastructure to be designed and constructed in a safe and efficient manner.

Fugro's clients operate in many different places and under many different conditions. To be able to meet their needs in the best possible way, Fugro's organisational structure is decentralised and market-oriented. Fugro's highly-qualified specialists work with modern technologies and systems, many of which have been developed in-house. Fugro's equipment includes approximately fifty vessels, hundreds of CPT (Cone Penetration Test) and drilling units, approximately fifty aircraft and helicopters, about a hundred ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) and four AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles), as well as advanced (satellite) positioning systems.

Fugro holds a leading and unique market position due to its (in-house) technological developments, high-value services provision and strong international or regional footprint. Fugro was founded in 1962, has been listed on Euronext N.V. in Amsterdam since 1992. Fugro has more than 11,000 employees stationed in over fifty countries. Fugro is organised along three divisions: Geotechnical, Survey and Geoscience.

 

Geotechnical division

Investigation of and advice regarding the physical characteristics of the soil, foundation design and construction materials.

 

Survey division

Precise positioning services, geological, geophysical and oceans research, data management, topographic and hydrographic surveys and support services for onshore and offshore construction projects.

 

Geoscience division

The acquisition, processing and interpretation of seismic and geological data, reservoir modelling and estimation of the presence of oil, gas, minerals and water, and the optimisation of their exploration, development and production.