23.10.2020

Lutsk received the first two trolleybuses out of 29 within the project "Urban...

Lutsk has received the first of 29 comfortable 12m-long low-floor trolleybuses purchased with fun...

05.10.2020

Egis will contribute to the improvement of public transport in Mykolaiv

EIB confirmed its decision to allocate 4.5 million euro (exclusive VAT) to Mykolaiv to purchase 5...

02.11.2020

Egis has launched Mariupol Water Supply Improvement Project

The project concerns master plan studies for drinking and industrial water consumption as well as...

02.11.2020

Egis team visited Lviv to evaluate the work on the reconstruction of the tram...

Arnaud de Rugy, Director Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (Egis) visited Lviv to evaluate the wor...

02.11.2020

Egis has started working on the UMIP project

On October 21-22, Egis held two kick-off meetings within the project. The meetings were dedicated...
1 / 4 A major award for Egis in Ukraine: the Technical Assistance for the EIB-funded Ukraine Municipal Infrastructure Programme!
We have been notified on 7th of April of the award of the TA for UMIP, a 6-years major Technical Assistance assignment financed by the EIB in Ukraine, which will structure our activity for the months to come. Egis is in partnership with WYG.
2 / 4 Egis has launched Mariupol Water Supply Improvement Project
The project concerns master plan studies for drinking and industrial water consumption as well as design and build of the new drinking water plant and is financed by the French Government. The total investment is estimated at 64 million euros.
3 / 4 Lutsk received the first two trolleybuses out of 29 within the project "Urban Public Transport of Ukraine" (UUPTP). Egis acts as a technical consultant
Lutsk has received the first of 29 comfortable 12m-long low-floor trolleybuses purchased with funds from the European Investment Bank.
4 / 4 Egis will contribute to the improvement of public transport in Mykolaiv
EIB confirmed its decision to allocate 4.5 million euro (exclusive VAT) to Mykolaiv to purchase 50 medium-sized (70-80 passengers each) buses.