Commitments > A tailor-made offer
At SADE, proposing bespoke solutions means being able to combine the facility to listen to the client, proven technical expertise, the ability to constantly adapt to the layouts of the most complex worksite and to implement high-performance processes and equipment. Above all, it also means placing the client’s satisfaction at the heart of its approach.
Because it considers its customer relations over the long term SADE positions itself as a true partner of its clients. It meets two day-to-day challenges: adjusting accurately and appropriately to their requirements yet still providing a strong consultancy element.
Using the mobility and responsiveness of its personnel, SADE adapts its human and material resources to the worksite phasing and the stipulated deadlines: re-organisation of teams, night work, interventions on working sites etc.
Using its integrated Design Office, SADE takes a detailed and overcome look at every project in order to foresee and surmount the difficulties that occur during each operation. It can propose technical alternatives or design specific equipment in conjunction with its Equipment Department and its manufacturers.
It relies on a continually innovative approach, spurred on by the dynamic and determined enthusiasm of its Technical Department.
For its detailed advanced technical studies, from the very beginning SADE has always used its own highly experienced in-house Engineering department.
The Design execution plans produces all the technical studies and for the entrusted to SADE.
It also acts as consulting engineer for any study involving water and networks, whether public or private, on industrial sites. It thus benefits from its cross-linked experience of worksite and the management of water and sewerage networks as well as from regional and international feedback.
The Design Office has a staff of 40 people, including about 20 engineers. Their high level of expertise is dedicated to solving problems concerning:
The studies undertaken call upon the engineer’s knowledge and at the same time increasingly sophisticated and ever-evolving IT resources.
The most appropriate software is used to assist with solving the many problems that can arise: water-hammer computations (CEBELMAIL), pressurised water system computations (SYNERGEE, EPANET), open sewerage system computations (HYDROWORKS) etc., with optional simulation of water and effluent quality.
Others are used to carry out computations of structural finite elements (ROBOT), reinforced concrete and pipework (CAEPIPE).
SADE relies locally on fleets of equipment tailor-made for its activities and regularly upgraded to deal with the constraints of the sites where it is operating. Suitably trained and accredited for handling this equipment, SADE’s teams are constantly aware of the company’s strict requirements in terms of safety.
SADE’s determined commitment to sustainable development and its policy of continuous progress enable it to offer in many fields alternative innovative solutions based on proprietary technologies.
SADE’s equipment fleets are permanently:
Responsible for supervising all SADE’s fleets of equipment, the Central Equipment Department relies locally on the fleet managers and their teams and on a specifically developed CMMS programme (Computer-Aided Maintenance Management System).
Innovation has always been part of the corporate culture of SADE, who is constantly developing solutions that are adapted for:
That is why SADE:
SADE is also able to design tailor-made items of equipment for specific requirements.