Lahmeyer International (India) Pvt. Ltd. (Lahmeyer India) was founded in 1993 to provide world class engineering services in the Indian and international power and infrastructure sectors.
Lahmeyer India is a subsidiary of Lahmeyer International, GmbH, Germany, which is ranked among the world’s leading engineering companies. Their parent company’s international consulting experience with wide understanding of all major standards and access to databases, documents and expertise that have been developed with the execution of large number of assignments undertaken worldwide, adds to our competencies.
Through continuous professional excellence, they have emerged as one of the leading design and engineering consultant providing services to a number of domestic and international developers, EPC companies and Government utilities on the Energy (conventional and renewable), Water Resources and other Infrastructure projects in India and overseas. They offer an extensive range of advisory, planning, design and engineering consultancy services covering from concept to commissioning and operation of the project efficiently and successfully.
They are one of the few consulting companies in India that can offer integrated services as a single and reliable source using its own professional staff having the depth of knowledge and experience at all stages of project conception, development and implementation. Their Knowhow benefits our clients through improved planning, reliability and economic efficiency.
Their Business Philosophy is shaped and driven by their ethical principles.
They provide consultancy services to their clients under the framework of their ethical principles which are enshrined in their business principles. These principles guide them in determining the ways of working that are in line with their company’s values. All employees base their own conduct on the company’s ethical principles. Their senior managers put them into practice in an exemplary manner, to convey them to those for whom they are responsible, and to set standards for compliance with them. These managers are the first point of contact should employees ever have any ethical questions.