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On September 3th, 2019, a project agreement was signed to support the implementation of the proje...

On July 31st was hold the kick-off meeting of the long-awaited Troyeshina Rapid Transit project!

On July 31, 2019, the kick-off meeting on the project took place in Zhytomyr: «Ukraine Public Tra...

On July 9, 2019, the Technical Assistance Project on the development of the National Transport St...

On July 8th, 2019, Egis signed a Consultancy Services Contract for the Supervision of Constructio...

ast weekend over 30 French & Ukrainian colleagues of Egis in Ukraine discovered only on Saturday ...

With Ukraine’s rapidly expanding road networks and a growing concern for road safety on both new...

On May 13, the EU project " Assistance to the Ukrainian authorities for establishment of national...

Director-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission Henrik Hololei and Ministe...

The meeting was chaired by Oleksandr Basiuk, Director of the Department for Marine and River Tran...

Projacs and Egis started their first common building project in Ukraine - Design Consultancy Serv...

January 18, Egis completed an expert assessment of due diligence for Lviv, on the basis of which ...

On December 10-14, 2018, a Study visit on Public Service Obligations and sustainable urban mobili...

The services have started on the project "Regional Passenger Services Modernization Project"

In September, Egis completed an expert assessment of due diligence for Kharkiv, on the basis of w...

UKRAINE, SLOW DOWN! National campaign calls on Ukrainian drivers to respect speed limits

On 12th of September, the 10 million euros credit arrangement for the Kryvyi Rih PU City trolleyb...

On June 1, in Kyiv Lviv city Mayor and EBRD representatives signed the agreement on providing Lvi...
1 / 7 Egis signs the supervision of the Ubisa-Shorapani Road Section (F3) of E-60 Highway, the biggest infrastructure project in Georgia
On July 8th, 2019, Egis signed a Consultancy Services Contract for the Supervision of Construction Works for Ubisa-Shorapani Road Section (F3) of E-60 Highway in Georgia, financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
2 / 7 EU and Ukraine stress further legislative reforms to be key in attracting investment and ensuring efficient, safe and secure transport in Ukraine
Director-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission Henrik Hololei and Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan met in Odesa on May 24 to discuss enhanced cooperation in the transport sector.
3 / 7 Safety Education for Children
European Investment Bank financed project “Modernization and safety improvements of the road networks in Ukraine“ organized on 18th of May - during the EU Days festivities - an educative program specially designed to help and assist children in developing their road safety behavior on Ukrainian roads. The interactive program included a series of quizzes and competitions.
4 / 7 M03 Kyiv-Kharkiv-Dovzhanskiy road rehabilitation project
The rehabilitated M03 Kyiv‐Kharkiv‐Dovzhanskiy road section
5 / 7 Modernization and Safety Improvements of the Road Network in Ukraine
UKRAINE, SLOW DOWN! National campaign calls on Ukrainian drivers to respect speed limits
6 / 7 Egis presents development plan for railway Beskyd tunnel in Ukraine
On May 17, a week before the opening ceremony of the Beskyd tunnel, Egis experts presented to Ukrzaliznytsya top management and EIB the final version of the strategic plan for the development of the Ukrainian part of the Pan-European Transport Corridor Y.
7 / 7 Ivano-Frankivsk trolleybus sub-project
Egis has launched Ivano-Frankivsk trolleybus sub-project to improve municipal public transport services

Egis took part in the roundtable of ADETEF that was dedicated to the development of public-private partnership

On November 7,  2014 ADETEF organised a roundtable dedicated to public-private partnerships in water supply and sewage sector. The meeting took place at the premises of the Ministry of housing and municipal services of Ukraine. The meeting was attended by the representatives of the Ministry of economic development and trade of Ukraine, the Ministry of housing and municipal services of Ukraine, SE "Center for PPP development", representatives of the World Bank, P3DP USAID Program, Egis Group, Bilotserkivvodokanal LLC, Gide Loyrette Nouel and other companies.

The representative of Egis, Mrs. Nathalia Rudenko, presented Group`s experience with developing public-private partnerships in Ukraine.

Egis provides the independent works supervision services for the construction of new tram line to Sykhiv

On 27 September 2014 Lviv hosted a presentation of construction of a new tramway line to Sykhiv. The project presentation was attended by Andriy Sadoviy, Mayor of Lviv, Sevki Acuner, Director of EBRD in Ukraine, Oleg Bereza, Director of Lvivavtodor, representatives of Lvivelektrotrans and Onur companies. The project is co-financed by EBRD, city of Lviv and the Government of Germany.

The project aims at construction of a tramway line to connect Sykhiv residential district with the city centre (the 4th tramway line extension). The line’s length is 11,5 км in both directions. Extension of the line from Sykhiv to the city centre will decrease the traffic intensity in Sykhiv district, the biggest residential district of Lviv. Due to the project the travel time from Sykhiv to the city centre by tramway will take only 25-30 minutes.

For this project Egis acts as independent consultant, who supervises procurement procedures and quality of completed works.

On August 21st 2014 Egis International and the municipal enerprise “Lvivteploenergo” concluded a consultancy agreement for EBRD-funded project "Lviv District Heating – Project Implementation Support".

The project is designed to modernize and rehabilitate the district heating infrastructure of Lviv city by means of install ing individual heating units (IHU), replacing the selected network sections with pre-insulated pipes, modernizing the dispatching and monitoring systems, installing new natural gas-fired mini-CHPs cogenerating power and heat.

The planned measures shall be implemented during the period of three years. Over this time Egis International shall assist in establishing the project implementation unit (PIU), preparing the project implementation plan, supporting the procurement process, administering the contract, monitoring the project compliance with EBRD financial documents and other agreements, but also supervising the project works.

Lviv District Heating Project

Second Road and Safety Improvement Project. Component 1: Consulting Services for the Supervision of Civil Works on the Section of M03 Kyiv-Kharkiv-Dovzhansky Road (Phase I, RFP 2 (Lots 2.4 – 2.6)) is launched.

Egis has recently signed contract with the State Road Agency of Ukraine (Ukravtodor) for Consultant’s Services for the Supervision of Civil Works on the Section of M03 Kyiv-Kharkiv-Dovzhansky Road, financed by IBRD. The services will be provided on three road sections of 17.4 km, 22.4 km and 4.2 km long between Lubny and Poltava cities. In the view of current contract the Consultant will perform duties of Engineer according to FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Construction.

Currently, the first stage of pre-construction works, including experts` mobilization, analysis of project documents and detailed design review followed by sites survey, has started.

On October 19, 2010 a traffic was opened on a 199-km Kyiv-Chop road section. The commissioned section covered a 114-km road section (from 234+00 km to 348+00 km) in Zhytomyr and Rivne oblasts, for which Egis was contracted as a FIDIC “Engineer” to supervise its rehabilitation.

A wide range of modern materials and up-to-date technologies were used to repair the road section. The road signs placed along the road section contain a high intensity light-reflecting coating. A combination of long-lasting materials («Stamark-M3» tape) and a cold plastic technique was applied to arrange the road marking.

The technology of cast-in-situ reinforced-concrete bridge was employed to rehabilitate the transport interchange at 322 km. Geosynthetic materials have been applied to reinforce the road pavement layers and strengthen road subgrade; the cold recycling technology was used to arrange a base course of new pavement.

Our engineers supervised the works and provided assistance for the implementation of above mentioned technologies.