ETPO Ouest TP

Immeuble Armen - 2 impasse Charles Trenet
BP 60338
44803 Saint-Herblain
Tél : +33 2 40 44 27 00
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Emmanuel STØRKSEN
agency Director
  • Travaux maritimes et fluviaux - Travaux sous-marins
  • Ouvrages d'art et génie civil
  • Travaux Spéciaux / Entretien
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Présentation de la filiale

ETPO Ouest TP is a direct extension of ETPO, founded in 1913.  Created to accompany the emergence of marine worksites in Saint-Nazaire and coastal and industrial works, these specialities of the Nantes agency date back to the start of the century.  Supported by engineers from the company’s integrated design office, ETPO Ouest TP benefits from high-level technical expertise and has been implementing the most innovative solutions for decades.  This is how, in 2010, the agency delivered an exceptional structure: the Eric Tabarly bridge, a completely metallic cable-stayed structure anchored in concrete, integrating rare techniques - only the 3rd structure to be built in this way.

In 2017, the heart of the trade remains execution of traditional (Earthworks, Structures, and Communications Restoration) and exceptional engineering structures (corbeled, mixed, viaducts with centering) as well as hydraulic works. The agency also carries out port development, special and industrial works as well as rehabilitation of engineering structures, concrete and coastal engineering works.

The added value of the Nantes agency is based on very tight links with the design office both in execution and methods for the project and works phases and creation of phasing specifications.
Designing specific tools according to worksites is also part of their know-how.

ETPO Ouest TP is capable of replying to major calls for tender by sometimes joining with partners who have additional activities or with other entities of the ETPO Group.
Throughout the years, ETPO Ouest TP has become specialized in managing major worksites, such as the Sud Europe Atlantique high speed train line or construction of the 2nd quay of Anse Saint-Marc in La Rochelle.

Always focused on the newest and most innovative techniques, ETPO Ouest TP is now reinforcing its skills in coastal engineering works for new energy sources.