Vepica Makes ENR List of Top 225 International Design Firms

Firm's continued expansion and diversification lead to third consecutive ranking

Aug 20, 2015, 09:00 ET from Vepica

CARACAS, Venezuela, Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Vepica Grupo Internacional (Vepica), a leading global energy-industry engineering company, announced that it has again secured a place in the 2015 Engineering News Record (ENR) Top 225 International Design Firms entering at No. 102. It is the firm's third consecutive appearance in the prestigious industry list.

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"Being in the ENR ranking is a true honor and we believe it is a recognition of our continued geographic expansion and diversification," said Maria Mercedes Fernandez, VP of Strategic Planning. "The strategic course we set three years ago is paying off in the form of our continued ability to thrive and deliver exceptional, differentiated value across markets and even through adverse times," she added.

ENR's Top 225 International Design Firms ranking is considered a benchmark of excellence for the engineering industry. ENR identifies leaders in each market segment based on capabilities, project success and multi-country presence.

For more than four decades, Vepica has been a pioneer in the energy industry and is differentiated by its depth of experience, well-honed processes and state-of-the-art technologies. With offices across the world and an international partnership network, Vepica provides the infrastructure and proficiency to support today's most demanding customers.

About Vepica

Incorporated in Spain, and with operations in Canada, China, Colombia, Mexico, the U.S. and Venezuela, privately held Vepica is a multinational engineering firm specializing in the energy industry. Named among the (ENR) Top 225 International Design Firms for three consecutive years from 2013 to 2015, Vepica provides EPC, engineering, inspection/O&M and environmental services to the oil and gas, alternative energy, chemical, power generation, infrastructure, transportation, mining and telecommunications industries. Founded in 1972, Vepica today has over 2,000 employees and counts more than 37 million man-hours and 3,500 engineering projects on four continents to its credit. For more information, visit

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