The engineer for the future

Kevin Cox, consultant in NECON, recently defended his PhD thesis at NTNU, called "Lift control of adaptive wind turbine blades with bend-twisting coupling".

The results from his PhD may help increase the efficiency of offshore wind turbines by capturing small wind speed variations that cannot be captured by current technology. Read more

Tired of gutting fish?

This is likely to be an unfamiliar issue for most of NECON's engineers within construction or the oil and gas industry.

However, ship engineer Oddbjørn Gudmundsen has developed the idea of a small gutting and cutting machine adapted for small fishing vessels into a prototype that is nearly ready for testing aboard fishing boats in the coastal fleet. The first version of the cutting and gutting machine "Loppa" ("The Flea") was made by Oddbjørn and his fellow students at Ålesund University College in the student business Figuma Sb. Read more

Agreement with Siemens AS

NECON has entered into a long-term, current framework agreement regarding the provision of technical consultants for Siemens AS.

For several years, NECON AS has collaborated closely with Siemens on several projects, and we have now agreed on a framework agreement that will develop this collaboration further, says Lars Børve, CEO in NECON. Read more

Great demand for our services

Despite all the headlines about decreasing demand in the market, in NECON we experience that there are many possibilities both nationally and internationally if you have the right experience and competence, says Trond Danielsen, VP NECON Drilling.

If you are experienced with construction supervision, commissioning, operation and maintenance of drilling vessels you are now of great interest to NECON. We will employ almost 200 persons during 2014. Read more

Expansive growth ambitions

NECON aims to double the number of employees at our Kristiansand office within few years.

We have strengthened the staff at NECON Kristiansand in order to continue to grow in Southern Norway. Rune Håverstad (photo) is the new department manager and will, together with Regional Manager Audun Grønnestad, be our public face in Kristiansand. – I am looking forward to work with the professional and career-related development of our employees, says Rune. Read more

Always hungry for development

For the seventh time, Norsk Friidrett (Norwegian Athletics) has been gathered to a championship at Svenningmoen. The club recently held the Norwegian National Championship for juniors. Numerous people have a relationship to the NECON club Overhalla.

friidrett.no introduces each of the 10 clubs chosen to become NECON clubs in 2013, before the winner is selected in January 2014. This time it is Overhalla IL's turn to be presented. Read more

We are participating at ONS Norway 2013

We will be present at ONS Norway with a recruitment stand August 19th-21st. Visit us at stand no. 25!

The first day of ONS we give you the chance to win an iPad mini. Visit our stand in order to enter the competition and talk about your career opportunities in NECON. In addition, you have the chance to meet us at Garman Pub, Skagenkaien, monday afternoon from 5 pm to 20 pm. Read more

From four to 25 in 18 months

In Kristiansand, NECON has increased the number of employees from four to 25 from October 2011 until today. – We will continue growing, and we estimate a further 50 % growth towards 2017, says Regional Manager Audun Grønnestad in NECON Kristiansand.

– It is about communicating that we would like a long-term relationship with our employees, and that you employ engineers permanently in NECON – instead of acting as a conveyor of manpower, says Audun. Read more

Responsibility in a tough market

In April Lars Tveit (to the right), Marianne Wøbbekind and Svein Farsund from NECON Bergen was in the capital of Portugal, Lisbon, in order to recruit engineers in connection with the EURES job fair.

- NECON sees an increasing degree of cannibalism between Norwegian companies. When we take the responsibility to add new competence from Europe, we contribute to reduced pressure in the market, particularly within the oil and gas industry, says Aslak L. Gundersen, Market and Communications Director in NECON. Read more

NECON with a new visual profile

If you should think of NECON as a person, what characteristics would this person have?

We picture a person that is easy-going, honest, healthy, secure, innovative and fond of the outdoors.

With our new logo and colours we want to show who we are. Read more

Kevin Cox, consultant in NECON, recently defended his PhD thesis at NTNU, called "Lift control of adaptive wind turbine blades with bend-twisting coupling".

The results from his PhD may help increase the efficiency of offshore wind turbines by capturing small wind speed variations that cannot be captured by current technology. Read more

This is likely to be an unfamiliar issue for most of NECON's engineers within construction or the oil and gas industry.

However, ship engineer Oddbjørn Gudmundsen has developed the idea of a small gutting and cutting machine adapted for small fishing vessels into a prototype that is nearly ready for testing aboard fishing boats in the coastal fleet. The first version of the cutting and gutting machine "Loppa" ("The Flea") was made by Oddbjørn and his fellow students at Ålesund University College in the student business Figuma Sb. Read more

NECON has entered into a long-term, current framework agreement regarding the provision of technical consultants for Siemens AS.

For several years, NECON AS has collaborated closely with Siemens on several projects, and we have now agreed on a framework agreement that will develop this collaboration further, says Lars Børve, CEO in NECON. Read more

Despite all the headlines about decreasing demand in the market, in NECON we experience that there are many possibilities both nationally and internationally if you have the right experience and competence, says Trond Danielsen, VP NECON Drilling.

If you are experienced with construction supervision, commissioning, operation and maintenance of drilling vessels you are now of great interest to NECON. We will employ almost 200 persons during 2014. Read more

NECON aims to double the number of employees at our Kristiansand office within few years.

We have strengthened the staff at NECON Kristiansand in order to continue to grow in Southern Norway. Rune Håverstad (photo) is the new department manager and will, together with Regional Manager Audun Grønnestad, be our public face in Kristiansand. – I am looking forward to work with the professional and career-related development of our employees, says Rune. Read more

For the seventh time, Norsk Friidrett (Norwegian Athletics) has been gathered to a championship at Svenningmoen. The club recently held the Norwegian National Championship for juniors. Numerous people have a relationship to the NECON club Overhalla.

friidrett.no introduces each of the 10 clubs chosen to become NECON clubs in 2013, before the winner is selected in January 2014. This time it is Overhalla IL's turn to be presented. Read more

We will be present at ONS Norway with a recruitment stand August 19th-21st. Visit us at stand no. 25!

The first day of ONS we give you the chance to win an iPad mini. Visit our stand in order to enter the competition and talk about your career opportunities in NECON. In addition, you have the chance to meet us at Garman Pub, Skagenkaien, monday afternoon from 5 pm to 20 pm. Read more

In Kristiansand, NECON has increased the number of employees from four to 25 from October 2011 until today. – We will continue growing, and we estimate a further 50 % growth towards 2017, says Regional Manager Audun Grønnestad in NECON Kristiansand.

– It is about communicating that we would like a long-term relationship with our employees, and that you employ engineers permanently in NECON – instead of acting as a conveyor of manpower, says Audun. Read more

In April Lars Tveit (to the right), Marianne Wøbbekind and Svein Farsund from NECON Bergen was in the capital of Portugal, Lisbon, in order to recruit engineers in connection with the EURES job fair.

- NECON sees an increasing degree of cannibalism between Norwegian companies. When we take the responsibility to add new competence from Europe, we contribute to reduced pressure in the market, particularly within the oil and gas industry, says Aslak L. Gundersen, Market and Communications Director in NECON. Read more

If you should think of NECON as a person, what characteristics would this person have?

We picture a person that is easy-going, honest, healthy, secure, innovative and fond of the outdoors.

With our new logo and colours we want to show who we are. Read more

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