For 25 years, Nicolas Fehlmann Ingénieurs Conseils SA has been committed not to limiting our clients’ ideas, but to pushing them to the limit.
Today, even though we have completed more than 1,200 projects over the past 25 years and have 30 employees in our team, it is not the numbers that we are most proud of, but the trust that our clients place in our vision.
The Nicolas Fehlmann engineering office was founded in 1996 at 36 Avenue de la Gottaz in Morges. A single employee, a 12m2 office, but a clear desire to push the boundaries of our imagination.
Inspired by this spirit, our company has not been slow to prove itself. Going from strength to strength, it became a limited company in 2004, welcomed its 10th employee in 2010, its 20th five years later and its 30th in 2019. The high quality of our services has also been recognised: NFIC obtained ISO 9001 certification in 2008, then ISO 14001 certification in 2018.
Over the years, our team has continuously expanded its skills. We are carrying out increasingly complex and larger projects. Local, national and international architects and general contractors call upon our expertise.
Our business also continues to evolve. We are engineers of all that is different and we are committed to anticipating needs. It is this that leads us to cultivate research and development internally, with a particular focus on innovation in recycled concrete, composite materials and predictive maintenance of existing structures.
Thanks above all to you, our customers, who have enabled us to push the boundaries with you for 25 years.
Structural works on a Minergie-P/ECO certified eco district demand a proven track record in sustainable construction. This challenge was brilliantly taken up by our team of concrete and recycled materials experts whose specialist knowledge was a real asset to the project.
In association with several renowned offices, NFIC was awarded the contract for the Aigle-Leysin railway line expansion project. This particular railway engineering project asserts our ambitions in this sector and demonstrates, once again, how important sustainable development is to us.
Pushing the boundaries also means constantly exploring new avenues of approach and new ideas. With Hello, Concrete, NFIC is helping to create an exhibition pavilion made entirely of 3D printed concrete. An extraordinary project to be experienced in the prestigious setting of the Vitra Design Museum.
On 3 September, the Beaulieu Theatre revealed its new face after a three-year renovation. This long-term project is part of a much larger conversion in which NFIC made a significant contribution. The kind of challenge we relish!
When NFIC's know-how is combined with an ecological and participatory approach, you can be sure the result will be something special! Welcome to the 2000-Watt Site at Églantine in Morges, a visionary project in which we are particularly proud to have played a part.
To mark its 25th anniversary in style, NFIC is celebrating with three very tall candles! The engineering company concludes the year by winning two daring projects including three emblematic towers.
The entire NFIC team was in China for a team-building event like no other.
Several of our employees participated in the 49th New York City Marathon in November 2019.
After being unveiled in Basel, the giant pencil made by NFIC was installed as a venue for concerts and performances in the heart of Zurich.
Congratulations to Loïc Devenoge and Noah Luinetti, who successfully obtained their CFC qualification in civil draughting.
New system uses floor vibrations to detect building occupants
Our firm is through to the second round of the competition organised by the City of Geneva.
NFIC is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. A quarter of a century dedicated to pushing the boundaries with imagination.