The Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) industry has been continuously evolving over the last few decades as a result of tremendous changes happening in the business and technology areas of this industry. Business models have also been changing immensely over the years. In addition, emergence of new players and expansion of established and global players have led to a boundary-less business world. All these changes have resulted in the evolution of the EPC industry from the pre-outsourcing era of 1985 to a completely outsourced, IT-enabled era of 2015 with immense growth prospects in both advanced and emerging economies. This is an era of booming infrastructures, with governments also looking at the EPC industry for high-spend, crucial projects such as creation of smart cities. Multiple trends and challenges in the market, business, and technology aspects are shaping the EPC industry in the current scenario. The EPC sector is expected to generate opportunities worth INR 56.3 trillion and the analysts forecast the EPC market in India to grow at a CAGR of 20.26 percent over the period 2014-2019.
Seeing the potential of the EPC industry, StepUp HR has built very strong relationships with some of the biggest names in this space. StepUp HR focuses on helping companies attract, develop, and retain best-in-class talent. We understand the shifting needs for the brightest talent as well as the importance of making sure your business has the right people to lead it through change. StepUp HR’s experienced consultants have worked in and with the world’s leading companies. Our EPC practice has deep expertise and collaborates as a global team to ensure companies have candidates who meet their specific needs and cultures.
Some of the technical and non-technical roles that we cater to are as follows:
Group Head HSE
General Manager – Quality
Lead Engineer/Sr. Engineer – Mechanical (Static/Rotating)
Dy HOD – Static
Sr. Engineer – Projects
Site In-charge (Senior DGM)
General Manager – Project Engineering
Assistant Manager-Civil Design
India’s EPC market has come under the global scanner. The sector has witnessed consistent changes over the past few years, with increasing project sizes, scale and market maturity. Riding on India’s infrastructure requirements over the next five years, the EPC sector is likely to make major advances. The sector is also attracting an increased interest from global majors, Indian conglomerates, as well as infrastructure developers.
EPC sector is expected to generate opportunities worth INR 56.3 trillion and the analysts forecast the EPC market in India to grow at a CAGR of 20.26 percent over the period 2014-2019.
Various kinds of projects awarded in EPC are in the areas of:
Roads & Bridges
Water Supply & Sanitation
Oil & Gas Pipelines