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    Welcome to the official website
    of Big Step Company

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    Your ideal partner
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About us

BIG STEP COMPANY

is an establishment that brings together talented young people who come with a new wind in the business world to offer a service that will just quality. Respect for irreproachable work and innovation have always been the guiding principles of our company.

BIG STEP COMPANY provides advanced technology solutions and products of different brands offering expertise in instrumentation, civil works, electronic security systems and ICT to help her customers become more efficient and create solutions.

Since then, BIG STEP COMPANY has been a regional partner of PLC Europe and Grundfos. These companies are direct distributors for various brands such as Siemens, ABB, Allen Bradley, Omron, Lenze and many more customer support by providing control systems and engineering services and solutions.

Apart from construction and civil engineering, BIG STEP COMPANY also covers the following areas:

  • Conventional Fire Detection
  • Analogue addresable Fire detection
  • Water Hydrant Systems
  • Sprinkle Systems
  • FM200 Gas Protection
  • Argon Inert Gas Protection
  • Stand Alone Access Control
  • Online Access Control Systems
  • Asset Tracking Systems
  • CCTV Systems Stand Alone
  • Public Address and Evacuation System
  • Intercom Systems
  • Point Monitoring And Intrusion Systems

3 reasons to choose BIG STEP COMPANY

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Building for the future

Creating a hard work is one of the most rewarding aspects of BIG STEP COMPANY. Developing an environment-friendly living environment that is part of sustainable development is our major challenge.

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At each site, a new adventure

Each site requires the implementation of new methods, a new team and a new working atmosphere is established. We must "innovate, react, adapt".

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New technologies and know-how

New machines, new materials, new work organizations, but also new technologies, such as the digital model, coexist with traditional know-how.