Griesemann Group News


aireg e.V. is very pleased to welcome a new member, the Griesemann Group – experts in plant engineering and construction

Aireg and its members are very glad to welcome Griesemann Group as a new member. This medium-sized, owner-managed group stands for comprehensive skills in plant engineering ranging from feasibility studies to maintenance of industrial plants. About 1,500 staff members (m/f/d), among them are more than 500 engineers, work on solutions for complex technical challenges every day. In addition, the outstanding competence in implementing them accounts for the Griesemann Group’s sustained success and its excellent references in industrial plant engineering. Regarding this membership, Melanie Form, member of the board and managing director of aireg e.V., said: “Griesemann Group has got comprehensive know-how from engineering to commissioning of industrial plants. Our mutual interest is synthetic kerosine in Germany. Furthermore, we would like to develop, produce and launch it in significant amounts. We have to start building industrial pilot plants and making investments in production capacities quickly in order to effectively approach the aviation’s reduction targets – also in Germany. So we are very glad to welcome a qualified plant engineer and constructor in our aireg network of competence.” Regarding Griesemann Group’s addmission, the managing director Björn Griesemann said: “Being a medium-sized company managed by family, Griesemann Group is not only responsible for today’s but also for future generations. A prudent view of the future is an integral part of our business core focusing particularly on long-term developments with regard to carefully handling limited resources. Due to our affiliate Griesemann Aviation Group, we are perfectly familiar with the topics and challanges of aviation. So we are very pleased to utilise our skills in plant engineering and in the field of feasability studies for complementing the classical consumption of raw materials and fuels with modern processes.” About Griesemann Group: Griesemann Group is a medium-sized, owner-managed group of companies and stands for comprehensive industrial plant engineering from a single source. The group of engineering and installation companies (Indurest, JBV, JBV-Indurest, GMR and Blitzschutz Graff) covers all relevant trades of industrial plant engineering. The 1,500 staff members (m/f/d) distinguish themselves by their excellent professional qualifications, flexibility and innovative ideas. Griesemann Group’s clients come from the refining, chemical and petrochemical industries, from power and gas supply as well as from the pharmaceutical industry and bioengineering.
About aireg e.V.:
aireg – Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany e.V. has been founded as an association of companies and organisations from industry, research and science in 2011. Being a non-profit organisation, aireg dedicates itself to the availability and use of renewable energy in aviation to reach the ambitious goals for reducing CO₂ emission within the aviation industry. Its members come from all sectors of the renewable energy’s value chain for aviation. This ranges from universities and major research institutions, plant constructors and operating companies, biorefineries, petroleum industry, power unit and aircraft manufacturers, governmental organisations, non-governmental organisations, to airports and airlines. Industrial members cover the international range from start-up companies to large enterprises.


JBV-INDUREST starts a new project ­– the installation of two vent stacks at Baumgarten begins.

JVB-INDUREST has won a contract for the engineering and installation of two vent stacks in Austrias largest natural gas terminal. The modification is necessary for safety requirements and to release pressure from the apparatus in a controlled way. After successfully completing the planning phase JBV-INDUREST is responsible for the realization phase at Baumgarten. The project started in November 2015 and the commissioning is planned for autumn 2016.


Modification and extension of a CO2-fuel depot – GMR starts a new project in Denmark

We are glad about a new assignment in Fredericia, Denmark, that starts in December. GMR is responsible for the modification and extension of a CO2-fuel depot of a large company operating Europe-wide. Our installation team will be on-site until project completion scheduled for March. The project services include a steel platform, the pipeline constuction and pump installation, the laying of impulse lines and the delivery of valves and piping material.

About Griesemann Group

The businesses belonging to the group of companies, INDUREST, JBV, JBV-INDUREST, GMR and Blitzschutz Graff, combine almost all specialist trades for industrial plant engineering and construction, and through a synergetic cooperation of all business units are capable of realising not only complete turnkey projects but also operations-driven individual projects.