During the year 2023, Incide Engineering reached important milestones, showing significant growth and special care towards different aspects of the business and of the entire company: from the growth and development of human resources to production, from the further push towards internationality to the increase in turnover, from innovation to sustainability, with a careful eye on future goals.
Let’s look in detail at the objectives achieved and those defined for the near future.
Human resources: welfare, training and development
Incide Engineering has invested heavily in human resources, implementing a corporate welfare system to improve people’s quality of life. The team has expanded with the arrival of 10 new resources distributed among the plant, structures, architecture and construction divisions. The strong focus on professional growth is also evident in the implementation of targeted HR processes, assessment and team development with over 700 hours of training, as well as the launch of an internal training academy.
Corporate events: uniting the team while promoting well-being
The company organised various corporate events, including the Dragon Boat, the Incide Summer Party, the Mountain Bike excursion in the Euganean Hills and the Incide Christmas Week, aimed at consolidating the sense of belonging, the values that guide the company and collaboration within the team.
Production: multidisciplinary expertise in major projects
Significant results were achieved, with over 120,000 hours of engineering produced and the realisation of major projects such as the Arcelor Mittal Headquarters, the renovation of the UN headquarters, and the schools project financed by PNRR funds. Multidisciplinary skills were emphasised, with 35 per cent dedicated to structural engineering services, 25 per cent to architectural design, and the remaining 40 per cent to the design of electrical and mechanical systems.
Innovation and research: guided by technology towards optimisation
Incide set up a research and development group to optimise and standardise work processes, including identifying the best available technologies. Two new resources have been dedicated to this area, also supporting dissertation projects and obtaining funding for BIM masters.
New certifications obtained
The company has consolidated its UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 (Quality management system) certification, and obtained UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental management system) and UNI ISO 45001:2018 (Occupational health and safety management system).
These recognitions cover different areas, demonstrating Incide’s commitment to quality management systems, occupational safety and environmental management.
Turnover and back logs on the rise
Turnover is estimated to reach €5.5 million, an increase of +60% over 2022 and +110% over 2021. The consolidated back log stands at €4 million.
On the road to new goals: the 2024 targets
Looking ahead to 2024, Incide Engineering sets itself ambitious goals, anchored in principles of responsibility and quality. The company aims to grow by 20%, consolidate the organisational structure and expand the presence in foreign markets.
In addition, in line with the strategic guideline that sees resources at the centre, the bonus for objectives will be implemented and there are plans to obtain SA8000 certification on working conditions and Gender Equality, as well as BIM certification.
The commitment to the quality of the built environment and a design attentive to the needs of customers, both nationally and internationally, remain the company’s strategic drivers, constantly accompanied by a special care for the relationship with its resources and all stakeholders.