Segula technologies starts operating business with the european engineering campus in rüsselsheim, germany
Maxime Lambert – Project assistant/supervisor
My philosophy: Only people who never do anything never get anything wrong. Only those who try, improve.
My role at SEGULA Technologies:
I work in the energy sector as an assistant project manager and works supervisor.
My role is to work as part of an implant team on the client’s site and to be their go-to contact for the management of works and timetables. I also manage relations with the companies they award their contracts to and their departments involved in projects. I operate on the ground, where I supervise the work site.
After six years with various companies (in industrial and technical sectors), I joined SEGULA via the company SECOMAT in April 2016.
I completed a three-year assignment as an assistant works supervisor for our client GRTgaz, and since April 2019 I’ve been managing short-term projects.
After finishing my industrial science and technology baccalaureate, majoring in electrical engineering, I took a BTS (higher technical diploma) in technical engineering support (scheduling, production and quality management). I then gained extra experience in project management with a vocational degree in industrial development and creativity.
My biggest project:
Thanks to my quite varied basic technical training, I have been lucky to work on very interesting projects in several sectors.
Nonetheless, the most memorable is still supervision of the DIAPASON project for our client GRTgaz, which was how I joined SECOMAT.
The aim of this nationwide project is the full electrical overhaul of gas transfer stations. It has been ongoing for nearly 10 years and I have been fortunate enough to experience the closing stages in the last three years as the supervisor of the whole Grand Est region. 419 stations were brought into service between 2012 and 2019 for DIAPASON.
My greatest passion:
Without doubt cinema (I write reviews for a website when I have the time). But travel is also a growing passion.
My biggest dream:
I’ve got more than one dream, but my biggest is to explore other cultures. And after having had the chance to do a humanitarian mission in India in January 2018, I would now like to be able to visit Japan and discover its philosophy and traditions.
I have been lucky enough to work with very competent people and a very understanding and attentive manager, who did everything to ensure I could continue my assignment with GRTgaz while also managing short-term projects. That was extremely rewarding and made me want to continue improving myself.