Revision of the construction designs for wells, shafts, installation of pumps and irrigation equipment for City Park and River Vardar Quay, and the performance of the irrigation wells for these sites. The project was commissioned by Turboinzinering, Skopje for the value of 8,000 euros.
Since December 2012, CEIM has been working on the rehabilitation to control the seepage beneath Visegrad Dam. The client for this project is Strabag AG Austria and the value of the project is approximately 235,000 euros.
Since December 2012, CEIM has been providing additional work on the Visegrad Dam in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is an ongoing project for the client Strabag, Austria. The value of this project is just over 2.3 million euros.
On the 7 November 2012, CEIM commenced working on the rehabilitation of the additional curtain in the Spilje Dam. This is an ongoing joint venture project with our partner Strabag, from Austria. The value of this project is just over 1.6 million euros.
Our client Rico Industrial and Building Engineering from Ljubljana commissioned CEIM on a couple of occassions to do additional work on the St. Petka Dam. The work was done in 2006, 2007 and in 2010. The value of this project was just over 2.5 million euros.
On 10 December 2009, CEIM checked the performance of the water pressure using Piezometric measurements at the St Petka Dam. The value of this project was just over 90,000 euros and was conducted for a subsidiary of Rico Industrial and Building Engineering, Ljubljana.
CEIM checked the geological work of repairing the curtains of the additional accumulations at Slano and Krupac, Montenegro. This project was conducted twice, in September of 2009 and in September of 2013. The client was Electropriveda, Crna Gora and the value was approximately 2.4 million euros.
In June 2014, CEIM commenced working on the detailed designs for landslides remediation and reclamation of unstable zones. This project is commissioned by the Public Enterprise for State Roads, and the value of this project is approximately 430,000 euros.
Five CEIM representatives recently had a unique and invaluable experience to visit dams in Slovakia. The purpose of this trip was to gain knowledge from Slovakia’s building and exploitating of dams and to exchange our experiences. The trip lasted 5 days from 5-10 May 2014 and was organised by the Macedonian Committee for High Dams.
CEIM was commissioned by the National and Regional Roads of Macedonia in March 2014 to supervise the A2 highway from Kicevo-Podmolje-Ohrid. This significant project is part of a larger project to build a European corridor 8, East to West of Macedonia. This highway has a total length of 57km, and there will be two tunnels constructed with a length of 3.97m in total, and 54 bridges, viaducts, overpasses and underpasses.