Study to investigate the state of the European plant engineering and construction industry

Discouraged 4.0

Where does the next innovation for the European plant engineering and construction industry come from?

Are the plant engineering and construction companies really discouraged in their innovation activities?

This question shall be answered within the Company Survey from the perspective of operators, plant manufacturers and equipment suppliers as well as the relevant service providers. Participating companies have the opportunity to win an innovation workshop with maexpartners.

Does the plant engineering and construction industry offer an environment that encourages innovation?

You are engaged in the plant engineering and construction business or at a plant operator – as an employee, manager or expert – and willing to answer a few questions on the topic of Innovation within the Industry? We are going to raffle 3 places in our Agile Implementation Training among the participants.

Your Contacts for Plant Engineering and Construction

Björn Dufhues


As a management consultant with many years of industry and consulting experience in technology-intensive industries, Björn advises medium-sized as well as DAX companies across various industries. His main focus is supporting complex transformation projects.

Clemens Eckert


Clemens advises global enterprises as well medium-sized companies of technology-intensive industry fields in complex transformation projects – target is to cope with the challenges of a digitized world and global supply chains.

Thorsten Helmich


Thorsten is a consultant with management experience. After working for several years in the power plant industry for numerous heavy machinery and plant manufacturers, he went on as a consultant to develop new strategies, optimize business processes in EPC business, design and implement global engineering organizations. Most recently, he has focused on plant modularization and site management.

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