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Activity

The activity of the Institute of Transportation CIP Ltd. includes preparation of technical and planning documents, technical verification of technical documentation, strategic environmental impact assessment, execution of surveying works and geological investigations, testing of structures, supervision of construction works, technical inspection of structures and provision of engineering and consulting services. These activities are performed in the eleven Departments and two Sectors in compliance with the relevant documents related to the Quality Management System, Law on Planning and Construction and other applicable laws and by-laws and general administrative acts of the Institute of Transportation CIP Ltd.  

Organizational units

The Institute of Transportation CIP Ltd. performs its activity within 13 organizational units:

  • Department of Transport Economics and Technology deals with traffic research and development, preparation of studies and designs as well as with multidisciplinary environmental, consulting and other expertise.
  • Department of Roads and Railways deals with preparation of technical documentation for construction, rehabilitation and reconstruction of civil engineering structures (railway lines, roads, airports, heliports, streets, squares and parking areas). The Geodetic Survey Group specialized for execution of geodetic works was organized within the Department.
  • Department of Architecture and Urban Planning deals with preparation of urban planning documents and technical documentation for construction, rehabilitation and reconstruction of buildings.
  • Department of Structural Engineering generally deals with preparation of technical documentation for construction, rehabilitation and reconstruction of bridges, overpasses, underpasses, footbridges, crane ways and structures of special importance in both civil engineering and building construction. The Group for Structural Testing was organized within the Department.
  • Department of Stations deals with preparation of studies and technical documentation for railway infrastructure - tracks, stations and junctions, including substructure and permanent way and preparation of designs for tunnels and special structures.
  • Department of Geotechnical Engineering deals with soil investigations, execution of geological works and preparation of geological documentation for construction, rehabilitation and reconstruction of structures.
  • Department of Hydraulic Engineering deals with preparation of technical documentation for construction, rehabilitation and reconstruction of hydraulic structures and infrastructure for water supply in towns, settlements and buildings, channeling of rain, foul and industrial waters, regulation of watercourses, treatment of drinking and waste waters.
  • Department of Electrical Engineering deals with preparation of technical documentation, measurements and test certificates, expertise and studies for electric traction fixed installations, electric power systems, plants and installations, railway signaling and interlocking systems and devices, telecommunication systems, networks and installations for buildings.
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering deals with preparation of technical documentation in the field of railway mechanical engineering, hydraulic engineering, process engineering, gas engineering and industrial engineering, fire prevention and safety at work.
  • Department of Engineering Consulting and Supervision deals with supervision of construction works, technical inspection of structures as well as with engineering and consulting services.
  • Sector for International Projects and Marketing deals with marketing activities, advertising and promotion of the Institute of Transportation CIP Ltd., market research and permanent contacts with current and potential Clients abroad.
  • Department of General Administration deals with human resources, legal, general, financial and accounting matters and it is organized in the Service for Legal, Human Resources and General Affairs and Accounting Service.

Reference

Results of our decades-long work in the country and abroad:

  • 15,000 km of designed railway lines (constructed and reconstructed)
  • 7,000 km of designed highways and roads
  • 1,700 bridge in total length of 170 km
  • 650 tunnels in total length of 400 km
  • 470 railway stations and 27 railway junctions
  • 2 mill. m2 of industrial, business and residential buildings
  • Spatial and urban plans for 300,000 ha
  • Soil investigations for railway and road infrastructure, bridges, buildings and other structures performed in the area of 25,000 km
  • 8,000 km of electrified railway lines, signaling and electrical installations, telecommunication lineside cables in junctions and stations, lighting systems for streets and roads
  • 60,000 ha of surveyed and mapped ground
  • 1.5 mill. m2 of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning installations in residential and business buildings
  • 320 km of regulated watercourses, industrial and town water supply and sewage systems