Our three organisations (Civil Engineering Institute, IECE and Factory Karposh) had the opportunity to unveil our operations at the Job Fair Skopje on 14 October 2014. The visitors at our stand were introduced to what our three organisations want from candidates and how they could apply for internships and possible job opportunities.
Three CEIM employees successfully completed their training for Energy Auditing, which was organised by the Mechanical Faculty at UKIM, Skopje and aligned with the energy and regulations law for energy control. By completing this training, our employees from the engineering sector – Aleksandra Trajkovska, Bojan Muratovski and Darko Trajanoski, are now licensed to conduct energy audits. This license was issued by the Macedonian Ministry of Economy. Congratulations to our new energy auditors!
City of Skopje commitment to defining guidelines for sustainable development requires determination of its ecological capacity by calculating the ecological footprint and bio capacity as a display of the sustainability of the city.
In June 2013, AD ELEM commissioned the construction of their administrative building on street Makedonija, downtown Skopje. CEIM is continuing to supervise this construction project, which has a value of approximately 28,000 euros.
Purpose and subject of the project is the preparation of technical documentation for pay toll stations that will provide electronic payment. Electronic payment will be made in accordance with the technical specifications for the construction and installation of electronic systems for pay toll payment.
Preparation of technical project documentation for the expressway, from Stip (Three Fountains ) to Kocani on the route of highway solution of the so-called right variant seen along the river Bregalnica.
Public Enterprise for State Roads with credit funds provided through the World Bank has rehabilitated several state roads. Civil Engineering Institute Macedonia AD Skopje within this project is included in the supervision of regional sections P1105- Dojran-Nikolic , and P2343- Delchevo-Golak.
Construction of the railway line Kicevo – Lin border with Albania , part of Corridor 8. Kicevo- Lin is the missing part of the western railway section of Corridor 8, which connects the Black Sea, Bulgaria , Macedonia, Albania and Italy. CEIM signed an agreement with a consortium of Spanish company ” Tipsa ” and the French “Louis Berger” for geotechnical investigations for construction of railway Kicevo – Lin (Albania).