About us

About us

Manufacturing a sustainable world

Smulders is a multidisciplinary and international construction company with more than 1,700 employees spread across sites in Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and the UK. Our focus is on civil and industrial projects involving steel, and offshore wind energy. With engineering, manufacturing and systems integration, we go all the way. We can divide our projects into 3 markets:

Manufacturing a sustainable world is what our mission is all about. A mix of passion for steel with the drive and know-how to be a sustainable pioneer in the industry. Innovative too, which has made us evolve from being a pure steel construction company to a systems integrator (EPC - Engineering, Procurement, Construction). With our own electrical/mechanical engineering department, we can design and build offshore projects completely in-house (turnkey). A team as strong as steel guarantees the well-known Smulders quality, flexibility and delivery reliability. Our reference projects around the world prove it. 

A sustainable family

We are also a sustainable down-to-earth family, driven to accelerate the energy transition. This translates into safe and sustainable production, with attention to sustainability in all its facets. Targeted CO2 management, 100% green and locally produced electricity and local community initiatives are just a few examples. In the meantime, we have become an SDG Pioneer within the Voka Sustainable Business Charter. All this is in our DNA and our employees contribute to this to the maximum.

The strength of a large Group

Smulders is a member of the Infrastructure branche of the Eiffage Group, a leading figure in the European concessions and public works sector operating through four business lines: Construction, Infrastructure, Energy and Concessions. 

The Eiffage group has 76,000 employees in 50 countries. Headquartered in France, Eiffage stands out for the diversity of its skills and technical know-how.

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