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Company: CREOCEAN

Industry sector: Conseil et expertise

Regions: Basse-Normandie, Bretagne, Corse, Guadeloupe, Guyane, Haute-Normandie, La Réunion, Languedoc-Roussillon, Martinique, Mayotte, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pays de la Loire, Picardie, Poitou-Charentes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Polynésie Française, Nouvelle-Calédonie

Contact: Denis VALANCE

Fonction : Directeur Général

Email : baudry@creocean.fr

Phone: +33(0)546411313

Website : www.creocean.fr

CREOCEAN is a French company created by the merger of CREO, founded in 1948 and ECOCEAN, founded in 1987 by Dr. Jean-Marc SORNIN.

IFREMER subsidiary until 1997, now part of KERAN (500 employees, project management and planning), CREOCEAN (67 employees, 7,5 M € turnover in 2015) offers a comprehensive range of services focused on the protection, development and management of coastal and marine areas with a constant concern for integrated and sustainable management. Its expertise includes geology, geophysics, hydrodynamics, sedimentology, biology and ecology, and management of environmental data.

The major advantage of CREOCEAN lies in its ability to deal, in an integrated way, with all aspects of oceanography from the early stages of on-site measurements to the projects achievement.

This multidisciplinary offer of services is organized in four groups of experts each managed by a Program Director:

1. Coastal development

(coastal and port construction, development and restoration projects, marine engineering, dredging management, sea wastewater outfalls and sea pumping, coastal flooding and coastal erosion)

2. Offshore projects/Geosciences

(Renewable Marine Energies, Oil & Gas industry, aquaculture, extraction of marine aggregates, submarine cables and other infrastructure)

3. Environmental studies in the Atlantic, English Channel and North Sea
4. Environmental studies in the Mediterranean and Tropical Zones

(Environmental Sensitivity maps, sediment analysis, heritage and marine resources inventories, master and management plans, monitoring of sea outfalls, regulatory studies).