On December 1st 2023, at the Company's head office, in Zagreb, Janka
Rakuše 1, the constitutive Supervisory Board Meeting was held where Žarko Dešković (OIB: 78923053725) was unanimously re-elected as the President of the Supervisory Board. Mariyan Tkach (OIB: 20591396734) was also unanimously re-elected as the Deputy President of the Supervisory Board of the Institute IGH.
Mr. Dešković has been in this position so far, and for more than two decades, he has been one of the key figures at the Institute IGH. Additionally, Dešković is also the honorary consul of Denmark in Split.
INSTITUT IGH, JSC, a leading European civil engineering company and the largest laboratory services provider in southeastern Europe, today announced the opening of a branch office in Hungary. The new office, located at Kálvária sugárút 19, 6722 Szeged, Hungary, will serve as a base for the company’s operations in the country. “We are excited to expand our presence into Hungary,” said Robert Petrosyan, Director of INSTITUT IGH, .d.d. “Hungary is a dynamic and growing economy with a strong need for high-quality civil engineering services. We are confident that our new branch office will allow us to better serve our clients in Hungary and contribute to the development of the country’s infrastructure.”
The Hungarian branch office will be led by Ivona Novački. She will be responsible for overseeing the company’s operations in Hungary and developing new business opportunities. “I am honored to be leading INSTITUT IGH, JSC’s expansion into Hungary,” said Novački. “I am confident that our team will provide our clients with the exceptional service they have come to expect from INSTITUT IGH.”
INSTITUT IGH, d.d. has a long history of providing high-quality civil engineering services to clients throughout Europe. The company is committed to innovation, quality, and sustainability, and it has a proven track record of success in delivering complex projects. The opening of the new branch office in Hungary is another significant milestone for INSTITUT IGH. The company is committed to expanding its reach and providing its clients with a wide range of services, including design, engineering, supervision, geotechnical engineering, and laboratory services. The company has a team of experienced engineers and scientists who are committed to providing high-quality services to its clients.
With the announcement of the signed contract with the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia for the providing supervision services for the construction of the "North-South Road Corridor Investment Project," Section 4 - Kajaran-Agarak road, spanning 32 kilometers to the entrance of the planned Agarak-Vardanidzor-Kajaran tunnel, we bring you more information about the North-South Road Corridor Investment Project.
The NSRCIP is a major undertaking that will have a significant impact on the Armenian economy and society. The North-South Road Corridor connects China, India and Central Asia first of all to Iran, then to Georgia, the Russian Federation and Europe. This project is an important part of the TRACECA Road Corridor development and the Silk Road projects. Its implementation becomes more reasonable and justified by the fact that the latter almost repeats the route of the Silk Road, which as such existed up to the 2nd century BC, when the trade gradually expanded between the Roman and the Chinese (during the Han dynasty) empires.
The NSRCIP aims at the reconstruction of a 560km long highway of the 2nd and 3rd category with 60 km/h speed in average from the Georgian border - Bavra to the Iranian border - Agarak reaching it through 470km, 1st category highway with the speed of 100-110km/h as a result of which the crossing of the mentioned section shall be reduced from the current 9-9.5 hours to 4.5 hours also ensuring the goal of becoming a freight transit and transport movement route from the East to the West and from the North to the South. The current highway shall be reduced by about 90km.
The NSRCIP is carried out in several stages, where IGH provides supervision services for the construction of Tranche 4. Kajaran-Agarak 32 km long highway that leads to the entrance of the planned Agarak-Vardanidzor-Kajaran tunnel.
The Project implementation will result in the following outcomes:
The project aims to achieve the following objectives:
The main goals include improving safety and comfort, reducing time and financial costs, and integrating necessary telecommunication and other infrastructures.
We are delighted to announce that Vodovod i kanalizacija Rijeka, have informed us that agglomeration construction works will commence on Straža Street, from house number 52 to number 65, starting November 8, 2023., as part of the EU project 'Improvement of water and sanitation infrastructure in the Rijeka agglomeration,' work group E 'Construction of drainage systems – Viškovo Expansion.
The anticipated completion deadline is by the end of December 2023, depending on weather-related challenges. KD ViK Rijeka expresses its gratitude to all its citizens for their patience and understanding, inviting them to follow the progress of the works and changes in traffic regulations for their safety and that of others involved in traffic.
The works in the Straža Street will be carried out as part of subsystem E3-0.3, involving the construction of sanitary sewerage, pump station CS 13, and water supply branches in Straža and Baretićevo Streets. The main contractor is GODINA gradbeništvo in druge storitve d.o.o., with the supervision support from our IGH experts. The service is provided by the consortium with Eptisa Adria d.o.o., FLUM-ING d.o.o., and PROJEKT d.d. Nova Gorica.
EUPAR – the Rijeka agglomeration European project envisages the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant on Delta, of a high second stage of purification, with biological processing of wastewater prior to its release into the sea and processing of sludge to the content of at least 90% of dry matter. The device will have a purification capacity for the load of the equivalent of 200,000 inhabitants.
Moreover, the project will finance the construction and reconstruction of about 217 kilometres of sewerage and 125 pumping stations, with simultaneous execution of works on approximately 100 kilometres of public water supply in two cities – Rijeka and Kastav and three municipalities – Viškovo, Čavle and Jelenje that form the territory of the Rijeka Agglomeration. Part of the sewer collection-conveyance system about 800 meters long, will be constructed in a part of the municipality of Matulji.
In the territory of the city of Rijeka, works take place in about 200 streets and will include about 82 kilometres of sewers and about 31 kilometres of the water supply system.
Troubleshooting of connection problems of those buildings, newly built and existing ones, which are below the level of the sewage collector is also envisaged. The supply of a large number (2,512) of small local internal pumping stations is planned in order to connect those units to the public drainage system.
Sections of the public water supply system will also be replaced as part of the project, which will result in the reduction of losses in the drinking water supply system by about 8%. The losses are today within the acceptable limits and are significantly below the level of the average actual losses in water supply systems in Croatia. This is a strategic investment project of the Republic of Croatia, one of the largest in the implementation of water utility directives in the Republic of Croatia.
The project goals are:
Owing to the investments included by this project in water and utility structures European standards will be achieved in municipal wastewater management and protection of receiving surface water and the aquatic environment in accordance with the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (91/271 / EEC), which is one of the most expensive legal acts of the European Union in terms of implementation. Following this, good quality of drinking water is ensured in accordance with the Directive on the quality of water intended for human consumption (98/83 / EC) positively impacting the status of water bodies and ensuring the recipient’s good status in accordance with the requirements of the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC) and the Bathing Water Quality Directive (2006/7/EC).
Project beneficiary: Utility company KD Vodovod i Kanalizacija d.o.o. Rijeka
On part of the Republic of Croatia, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy and Hrvatske vode each provide 24,575,451.99 EUR. The remaining 17,876,102.73 EUR of national funds is provided by the company Vodovod i Kanalizacija d.o.o. through a long-term financial loan.
Project financed by: EU Structural funds – Cohesion Fund – Operational Programme: “Competitiveness and Cohesion”
Institut IGH, d.d., leading European civil engineering company & the largest laboratory services provider in southeastern Europe, proudly announces the inauguration of its latest venture: the "INSTITUT IGH, JSC Branch Office" in Yerevan, the vibrant capital city of the Republic of Armenia. The branch, situated at 4 Ler Kamsar Street, Yerevan 0019, Armenia, is under the esteemed directorship of Robert Petrosyan.
Founded in 1949 as a civil engineering laboratory, Institut IGH, d.d. has since established itself as a leader in Europe's civil engineering landscape. With its headquarters in Zagreb, Croatia, and offices spanning Osijek, Pula, Rijeka, and Split, the company has continually evolved, garnering recognition for its exceptional services.
Institut IGH, d.d. boasts a rich history of over 70 years, during which it has been pivotal in shaping the region's transport infrastructure. Its commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability remains unwavering, driving its success and contributing significantly to Europe's civil engineering realm.
The newly inaugurated Yerevan branch marks another milestone in Institut IGH, d.d.'s journey, reaffirming its dedication to expanding its reach and providing top-tier services across diverse markets. The company's comprehensive range of expertise includes design, engineering, supervision, geotechnical engineering, and laboratory services. Institut IGH, d.d. prides itself on tailoring these services to meet the specific and varied needs of its clientele.
This expansion also signifies Institut IGH, d.d.'s mission to fortify its presence in the Armenian market, allowing for closer collaboration with local partners and stakeholders. By establishing a physical foothold in Yerevan, the company aims to leverage its vast experience and renowned expertise to contribute significantly to Armenia's infrastructure development.
"We are thrilled to embark on this new chapter in our company's history with the opening of our branch office in Yerevan," stated Robert Petrosyan, Director of the INSTITUT IGH, JSC Branch Office. "This expansion underscores our commitment to delivering exceptional services and forging lasting partnerships within the Armenian community."
Institut IGH, d.d.'s team comprises over 500 dedicated professionals, with 65% holding university degrees, including 40+ Masters of Science and 20+ PhDs. This diverse pool of talent is a testament to the company's commitment to nurturing expertise and maintaining the highest standards of proficiency and innovation.
As Institut IGH, d.d. strides into this new phase of growth, its legacy of excellence, combined with an unwavering dedication to innovation, quality, and sustainability, remains the driving force behind its continued success. The company's expansion into Yerevan signifies a pivotal moment in its journey toward building a better future and further solidifying its position as a leader in Europe's civil engineering landscape.
The General Assembly of INSTITUT IGH, publicly traded company for research & development in construction , (short name: INSTITUT IGH, d.d.), headquartered in Janka Rakuše 1, 10000 Zagreb, registered in the Commercial Court Registry in Zagreb under the identification number (MBS) 080000959, OIB: 79766124714 (hereinafter: "the Company"), will be held on December 1st 2023, at 1:00 PM at the Company's headquarters, Janka Rakuše 1, in Zagreb.
Shareholders may participate in and vote at the General Assembly in person, through their legal representatives, or through attorneys-in-fact, based on a power of attorney certified by a notary public. The power of attorney must be submitted no later than upon arrival at the Meeting. You can find the the participation application for the General here:
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The materials serving as the basis for discussion & the adoption of published decisions at the Company's General Assembly, as well as the power of attorney form for representing shareholders at the General Assembly, are available for inspection by shareholders at the Company's business headquarters in Zagreb, located at Janka Rakuše 1, every working day from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM from the day of publishing this invitation until the day of the General Assembly, as well as on the Company's www.igh.hr and here:
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