Building

Vinçotte helps you to manage and operate your buildings in a sustainable way, from the first stone laying through the entire life cycle. Our experts carry out all required inspection services, but also offer solutions to pass long-term tests. From the start at the design and construction to the approval and maintenance: we assist you every step of the way. You can also count on Vinçotte for audits and certifications for lifting, electricity, fire protection and so on.

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Jan30

Advanced inspection techniques and Remote visual inspection (RVI) techniques such as drones & robots produce a large amount of data. By creating a digital twin of your critical equipment, incorporating a digital inspection plan, enabling advanced & less intrusive inspection techniques Vinçotte changed the vision on testing and inspections.

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Dec19

This month marks 150 years since Vinçotte was officially founded...

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Jun24

Every year, Vinçotte publishes an update of all legally required inspections and checks. Do you want to know what you have to comply with? Then download our list now. Available in Dutch or French

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May20

Now that the Belgian competition authorities have given their approval, Vinçotte is officially part of the Kiwa group.

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Dec22

Air Liquide produces a wide range of gases for various industrial sectors such as the steel industry, the chemical industry, the food industry, etc.

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Dec01

PRESS RELEASE, 1 december 2021 - Employees at Vinçotte and Kiwa were informed this morning about the decision reached by both companies to merge. By joining forces, Kiwa and Vinçotte will be able to confidently move towards creating a one-stop-shop for testing, inspection and certification services (TIC) that will be able to support clients across the world with a wider range of services.

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Jun28

Today, it is estimated that close to 150 million tonnes of plastic are in the ocean. This number is only predicted to increase in the coming decades, even overtaking the biomass of fish by 2050. As plastic breaks down and penetrates living organisms, it disrupts their natural cycles… and also ends up on our plates.

As for the billions of tonnes of plastic remaining on land, a mere 7 to 10% are being recycled1. The rest ends up in massive landfills, pollutes the soils, or is burned – releasing dangerous toxins into the air and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions.

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Mar16

For Vinçotte, safety at home and on the work floor is always paramount, and in these times of the new corona virus and COVID-19 all the more.

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