Shaping our world

Life at Lahmeyer, at work at a construction site reading plans
Shape the world together with us!

Our most important resource for the creation of project solutions is our workforce. Their knowledge of current and further developments in technology, many years of specialist experience, enthusiasm and commitment to their clients ensure our good reputation – in many countries throughout the world.

Since December 2014, Lahmeyer belongs to Tractebel and thus is part of ENGIE.
Over the last 4 years, we have grown together within the group and have reorganized ourselves for our customers’ future challenges.
The renaming of Lahmeyer International to Tractebel Engineering GmbH at the end of January 2019 is now the visible expression of our membership in the Tractebel Group.

Today we are ONE company and ONE team under the TRACTEBEL brand – with combined strengths and common goals.

At Tractebel we are around 5,000 men and women in 35 subsidiaries wordlwide. Through our many years of professional international experience we have become familiar with different cultures and practices, as well as gaining expertise in specialist fields. Our passion is for life and work at Tractebel.

The Dam Complex of Upper Atbara

Dam Complex of Upper Atbara – Alle Maschinen am Netz

Das Mehrzweck-Projekt “Dam Complex of Upper Atbara” im Osten des Sudan dient der Bewässerung, der Trinkwasserversorgung und dem Hochwasserschutz. Das Wasserkraftwerk stellt darüber hinaus 320 MW elektrischer Leistung zur Verfügung. Weitere Informationen unter Seit Mitte Juni 2018 sind alle vier Maschinen des Dam Complex of Upper Atbara DCUAP im Sudan am Netz. Das große …

The hydroelectric dam of Roseires

Rehabilitating and Uprating the Roseires Hydropower Plant: A Visit to Sudan

The “New Roseires” hydropower plant in Sudan will in the future provide to the country an important expansion in power generation capacity, enough for supplying electricity to thousands of additional homes, as well as public infrastructure (e.g. hospitals). This will significantly increase the quality of living of the Sudanese population. Electrical Engineer Julio Hildebrand is part …