XEIAD have now joined the British Engineering Services Group having been approached by the leading risk management company due to their rapid growth over recent years and ongoing success.

The British Engineering Services Group is an independent testing, inspection, certification and asset reliability company with a focus on welcoming businesses that enhance their portfolio of specialist risk management services to their growing Group.  Like XEIAD, they put the safety of their customers as well as their people before anything else.  We share many of the same values and objectives, which has been very important to us since the very start of this process.

Paul Capener, Managing Director, will continue to lead the business as they support their customers to keep critical infrastructure safe and look forward to an exciting future as part of the British Engineering Services Group.  Olivier Garrigue has now stepped down as CEO of the business after he has helped drive the success and tremendous growth of XEIAD over the last eight years.

“It’s been very obvious that XEIAD and the British Engineering Services Group share the same behaviours and culture in the approach to their team and customers since we started talking several months ago.  This is extremely important to both companies and has helped make the decision to join the Group an easy one.  For us all here at XEIAD, joining such a fantastic business will support our ongoing growth and allow us to offer our customers even more critical asset and risk management services.  This is great news all round!” said Paul Capener.

“As we continue to add new businesses to the British Engineering Services Group, our priorities remain the same.  We’re focused on welcoming companies that support our risk management agenda, enhance the services we can offer our customers and, most importantly, mirror our people focused culture. XEIAD fits this approach perfectly, their team are the very best at what they do, and we’re excited to get to know them over the coming months,” said Paul Hirst, Chief Operating Officer for the British Engineering Services Group.