We have a people-centred organisation. Our employees work closely with our clients and are able to respond quickly and take on additional skills in order to solve complex tasks. We are also a growing organisation that is highly capable of welcoming and integrating new employees and acquired companies.

Dedicated client teams
As a client, you will be looked after by committed employees working together in small teams. This is an effective way of working and also boosts job satisfaction for new employees. In order to help you find the right contact, we have separated the business up into seven business areas – Architecture, Building, Electrical, Telecommunications & Safety, Industry & Energy, Infrastructure, HVAC and Sanitation Design and Project Management.
We have then grouped our business areas into four divisions, which gives PE a clearer structure from an investor perspective:

  • Architecture & Management (Architecture and Project Management business areas)
  • Buildings & Facilities (Building and Infrastructure business areas)
  • Industry & Energy (Industry & Energy business area)
  • Installations (HVAC and Sanitation Design and Electrical, Telecommunications & Safety business areas)

 
Management duties
PE’s CEO is subordinate to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the company’s ongoing management and day-to-day operations. The division of duties between the Board and the CEO is detailed in the procedural rules for the Board and the CEO instruction.

The CEO is also responsible for preparing reports and compiling information ahead of Board meetings, and presents material at Board meetings. The CEO keeps the Board continually informed of the Group’s performance, sales trends, earnings and financial position, significant business events, as well as any other event, circumstances or relationship that may be considered to be of material significance to the company’s shareholders.

The CEO and other members of Group management hold regular meetings throughout the financial year in order to follow up the company’s operating targets and the development of key performance indicators and to discuss the company’s future and strategy, as well as to make decisions on matters of group-wide importance.