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Fives, a French nuclear and industrial piping leader

With over 115 years of experience with major industry names, Fives Nordon is now a leader in the design and production of high-tech pipe networks and equipment. Having played an active role in the thermal and nuclear energy industries for over fifty years, Fives Nordon has gained the trust of some prestigious clients. A local, modern service and multi-sector expertise: our company’s DNA in a nutshell.

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Engineering consultancy

The expertise of the design office and Fives technicians is within your reach.


New piping and EPC projects

Call on Fives to assemble your installations and equipment.


Maintenance and reliability

Take advantage of our maintenance experience for all your industrial projects.


Efficient manufacturing methods

Fives has piping workshops dedicated to carbon, aluminum and stainless steel.


Fives Nordon recruits 100 new talents

Looking to join a major family company operating throughout France?

Fives Nordon is searching for the talent of today and the future.

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Training: discover Académie Fives Nordon

Our 50 expert trainers offer courses in piping, metallurgy, welding, non-destructive testing, inspections and various regulatory aspects.

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Piping Solutions news

    • France
    • Piping Solutions

Hervé Morin, President of the Normandy Region, visited the premises of Fives Nordon ACPP in Digulleville accompanied by Frédéric Sanchez, Chairman and CEO of the Fives Group and Chairman of Medef…

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    • France
    • Piping Solutions

This fall, industry is on show in Metz at the Show Industrie, a new event for you to rediscover all the expertise in the east of France!

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    • France
    • Piping Solutions

As part of the French Government's Recovery Plan, Fives Nordon is proud to announce it is among the winners of the “Developing nuclear industry skills” call for projects with its “Nuclear Pass.”

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