May webinars: we stay close and advice online

04.06.2020

In May Bilfinger Tebodin held a series of webinars with industry experts across the globe. They shared insights for business transformation and new opportunities that current situation brings, new ways to approach projects.

1. Conducting safety studies at a distance

Language: Dutch

In Belgium, Erik Vanbriel, Senior Consultant Process Safety, shared his experience in conducting safety studies in a digital format, putting together a HAZOP team as efficiently as possible to ensure that the online session runs smoothly.

2. It’s all about the cost! 

Language: English

Cost experts from the Czech Republic, Poland and Russia advised on how to control the cost effectively within various stages of the project. Leading consultants and Procurement specialists showed possible reasonable CAPEX savings, which are definitely a huge support to our clients in times of crisis, no matter if they were planning an investment or have a running project ongoing.

3. Covid-19 impact on project execution

Language: Polish

In cooperation with our partners in Poland - Pomorska Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna – Bilfinger Tebodin experts shared the new approaches to project execution in the context of Covid-19 situation: from workshops on hygienic design improvement to safe construction sites managements during pandemic, considering changes in the construction law and HSE. In case an expert opinion is required immediately, Bilfinger Tebodin consultants are holding QuickScan of operation plants to identify the areas for improvement.

4. Covid-19 impact on economics, industry and construction: trends, business-cases and new opportunities

Language: Russian

How did Covid-19 effect the Russian economy and business and what to do? Bilfinger Tebodin consultants made a research to identify the area of attention for clients’ businesses. We shared latest tools and digital solutions ​for companies willing to overcome the crisis and adopt the new reality to their needs.

Bilfinger Tebodin webinars