The way to optimise the available resources to achieve our objectives, your objectives.


Achieve the optimal “cost-planning-quality”


The constant ongoing competition between the engineering companies as well as the new types of missions demanded by the public sector have a direct impact on their working dynamics. These companies must, continuously, invest and innovate not only in the products and the services provided to their clients but also in their internal efficiency. Projects nowadays include all these investments in order to achieve the optimised outcome of the combination of cost, planning and quality.


60 years project partners


For more than 60 years now, setec tpi helps its clients to take advantage of its experience. All the large and iconic projects, for which we have provided Project Management and Delegated Project Management services, and where we have adapted the methods to the needs of each client, are a testimony of this experience.

©Anne-Claude Barbier pour setec tpi

Riyadh Metro – Saudi Arabia


As part of the Design & Build Joint Venture FAST, setec conducted the design and works execution studies of two rolling stock maintenance depots and the Integrated Control Centres of lines 4, 5 and 6 of the Riyadh metro.


Photo: ©ADA/FAST

3D model: ©setec tpi

Elefsina-Korinthos-Patra-Pyrgos-Tsakona Highway – Greece


Independent Engineer services

This project comprises 202km of highway north of the Peloponnese:

  • 64km of existing highway (Elefsina – Corinthe)
  • 120km of new highway (Corinthe – Patras)
  • 3km of existing urban highway around Patras


©setec tpi

Grand Paris – Ligne 14 south extension

Client’s expectations with regards to the project’s management: unity in the project’s steering and reporting for the design and works packages. In order to achieve this and ensure the transverse approach, setec tpi has mobilised a strong project direction as well as transverse project roles (risk and planning management). A collaborative platform of work (Teams) is used as well as the OBEYA method in order to channel the information efficiently both internally and with the client.

©Anne-Claude Barbier for setec tpi