Projects

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NIS Refinery, Pancevo 

Project name: NIS Refinery, Pancevo

Work description : Structural steal and coke drum erection

LOCATION, City: Pancevo

Assembly Started: 13.12.2017.

End of Project: 31.10.2018.

Naftna Industrija Srbije (abbr. NIS; English: Petroleum Industry of Serbia) is a Serbian multinational oil and gas company with headquarters in Novi Sad, Serbia. The company’s main business is the production of petroleum and natural gas exploration, production, importing, processing, transportation, and marketing of oil and oil products in Serbia.

The company owns and operates oil refineries in Pancevo (annual capacity 4.8 million tons of crude oil) and Novi Sad (annual capacity 2.6 million tons of crude oil), and natural gas refinery in Elemir.

This project includes structural steel works and coke drum erection in total amount more than 3.500,00 t of steel, inside of Pancevo oil refinery. Assembly of steel is started in 13.12.2017. and planed end of project is 31.10.2018.

 

Reconstruction of object  “De Notr Dam”, Zrenjanin

Project name: Reconstruction of object  “De Notr Dam” in Zrenjanin      

Investor: City of Zrenjanin

Work description : Reconstruction, rehabilitation and renovation of existing space into office space

LOCATION, City: Zrenjanin

Date when it will be built: Q1/2018.

Usable area: 3.000 m²

The Roman Catholic Institute for the Education of Girls “Kloster” founded the order of school nurses “De Notre Dame” in 1880, from the legacy of Carolina Satmari, born Mihanovic. For his accommodation and work, a new monumental one-storey building with a chapel was built, in the oldest old city center and in the immediate vicinity of the Torontal County building in Zrenjanin.

This project includes reconstruction “De Notr Dam” building, and it is financed with resorces from Betheln Gabor foundation. Works should start in Q1/2018, and planed project deadline is end of 2018.

 

Water pipeline suspension bridge over W. Morava river, Trstenik  

Project name: Water pipeline suspension bridge over W. Morava river, Trstenik  

Investor: Federal Republic of Germany

Work description : Reconstruction/adaptation of existing bridge

LOCATION, City: Trstenik

Started: In March 2018.

End of Project: 180 days

The program for the improvement of the water supply and sewerage system in the mid-sized municipalities in Serbia was anticipated the reconstruction / adaptation of the existing hanging steel bridge with the pipeline through the Western Morava in Trstenik.

This project includes reconstruction/adaptation of existing bridge total lengh of 110,00m. Works should start in March 2018, and planed project deadline is September of 2018.

 

TISZA Automotive, Becej

Project name: TISZA Automotive Becej

Work description : Reconstruction of retail object to facility production

LOCATION, City: Becej

Date when it will be built: Q3/2017.

USABLE AREA : 4.500 m²

TISZA Automotive is factory for production cables for automotive industry, located in town Becej, Serbia. This project includes reconstruction works on retail object, with goal to transform it to facility production. Works started in Q3/2017., and were finished in Q1/2018.

 

Construction of residential houses, Kikinda

Project name: Construction of residential houses, Kikinda

Investor: Public sector project implementation unit Ltd.Belgrade

LOCATION, City: Kikinda

Contract stastus. Contract is signed

Total contract value:  cca. 601.988 eur

USABLE AREA : 1.932m²

Started: In February 2018.

End of Project: 330 days

PIU Research and Development was founded by the Government of the Republic of Serbia in July 2010, as a single-member limited liability company, as a legal entity.  Company was founded for a limited amount of time, i.e. until the end of implementation of the Project Public Sector Research and Development. 

This project includes building of 25 apartments in the municipality of Kikinda. Works should star in february of 2018., and planed project deadline is January of 2019.

The regional housing program is a joint multi-annual program of the Republic of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Croatia, which aims to provide permanent housing solutions for the most vulnerable refugee families in the region.

 

Construction of residential houses, Bajina Basta

Project name: Construction of residential houses, Bajina Basta

Investor: Public sector project implementation unit Ltd. Belgrade

LOCATION, City: Bajina Basta

USABLE AREA : 1.200m²

Started: In December 2017.

End of Project: 330 days

PIU Research and Development was founded by the Government of the Republic of Serbia in July 2010, as a single-member limited liability company, as a legal entity.  Company was founded for a limited amount of time, i.e. until the end of implementation of the Project Public Sector Research and Development.  

This project includes building of 20 apartments in the municipality of Bajina Basta within the second subproject of the Regional Housing Program. Works started in December of 2017. and planed project deadline is November of 2018.

The regional housing program is a joint multi-annual program of the Republic of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Croatia, which aims to provide permanent housing solutions for the most vulnerable refugee families in the region.

 

Ferenc Liszt Airport, Budapest 

Airport concrete to be broken up for terminal expansion

KÉSZ Építő Co. Ltd. has commenced construction of the new pier to be connected to Terminal 2B of Ferenc Liszt Airport. The new passenger pier – fully financed by Budapest Airport – is expected to be completed in one and a half years and will increase the passenger area of Terminal 2B by more than 10 thousand square meters. Construction works of the 220-meter-long new pier have been started – concrete as massive as the one being broken up on the apron of Terminal 2 may be found at few other places. Only two months ago aircraft were still using the area, and the hall of basic boarding gates that was used to be called ‘tin-plate terminal’ by the public was still in operation. Today, the worksite was inaugurated ceremonially by Budapest Airport as developer and KÉSZ Építő Co. Ltd. as contractor. Budapest Airport commissioned Prima-Primissima-winner architect Zoltán Tima and the team of KÖZTI who designed SkyCourt that was handed over six years ago to design the new wing in line with the principles of functionality, passenger comfort, and the best price/value ratio while maintaining the architectural unity of the terminal. The passenger pier will be a combination of fair-faced concrete, steel, and glass, and its style will merge the architectural features of SkyCourt and Terminal 2B. Interior finishes such as the floor will reflect the SkyCourt vibe while the external aluminum panels are aligned with the façade of Terminal 2B. One of the most important elements of the 50-billion-HUF development program called BUD 2020 is Pier B, said Jost Lammers, the CEO of Budapest Airport. The project is scheduled to be completed by the middle of the summer in 2018. The new pier will ensure significantly more boarding gates; it will offer via 10 new boarding bridges 27 boarding options (through boarding bridge, by bus, or on foot). Budapest Airport is financing the project itself, dedicating considerable resources of its own to develop the capital airport gateway to Hungary and to contribute to the Hungarian economy as a whole, added Jost Lammers. “We do believe that our return to the airport after the successful completion of SkyCourt in 2011 is not just a mere coincidence. We have just started the construction of Pier B, an 11 000 sq meter large passenger area at Budapest Airport.” said László Szalados, CEO of KÉSZ Építő Co. Ltd. He added: “As earlier with SkyCourt we make maximum effort with our resources and expertise to construct a first class building that meets all possible requirements without interfering with daily passenger traffic of the airport.”

 

Bosch

Project Title: BOSCH
Object: Production of wiper blades
Investor: “ROBERT BOSCH”
Usable area: 22000 m²
Work Package: complete external infrastructure
Construction period: November 2012 – July 2013
 

Robert Bosch is building a factory near Belgrade, in a city called Simanovci. The future factory will have a production of wiper blades and other similar products for the automotive industry. We were assigned for the complete external infrastructure works on the Bosch factory. This project includes the landscaping of an area of 22000 m² around the production hall,  the construction of 11000 m² of traffic roads and around 5000 m² of parking spaces, about 2500 m of rainwater and fecal sewers, an open retention for collecting rainwater, entrance gate and fences with all the auxiliary equipment for entrance control. Also of electrical works it includes all the external lighting, telecommunication installations, 1 kW power installations, as well as the 20 kW power installation. The works have started on November 1st, 2012. and the completion is set to July 1st 2013.

 

Bridge on I-B state road no. 23

Reconstruction of the bridge over the Western Morava River began in mid-May 2016, according to a project that was developed by “Filos engineering”. The investor of the work is JP “Roads of Serbia”. The reconstruction project included the rehabilitation of key parts of the bridge on which the damage was observed during the expertise the bridge in 2012.

Primary reconstruction consisted of making a new deck slab by adding 7560 pcs of anchors for the connection with the old concrete and creating a new 12 cm thick layer of concrete, removing old asphalt, removing the old pedestrian paths and creating the new ones, repair abutments and creating a the cross-beams, lifting the ending portions of the bridge and replacement of bearings and expansion joints, creating the cross beams in the bridge and work around the remediation pillars by the mantle around them in the height of 2,5 m.

During reconstruction works and after the sand-blasting of the elements over the river, it was found that the bridge is in worse condition than it was anticipated in the project, so that the newly discovered damage expanded the volume of the works by 30% approx.

It was found that the cables on the longitudinal box girder assembly element above the water broke from the impact of salt and loads, as well as the supporting pillars S3 and S4.

After the new expertise and new technical solutions approached the rehabilitation of the same by adding new prestressing cables inside the longitudinal box girder and extension poles lining with the addition of the new metal framework that can withstand the calculated loads.

Also, due to the poor condition of the abutments, started the construction of the 8 new pillars for reinforcement of the abutments using the newly installed anchors for the connection between the old and new concrete as well as the development of the new cross beams for interconnect of the newly built columns.

The planned works according to the original design, with these new changes disrupted the schedule of the works due to the serious approach to finding technical solutions for the rehabilitation of the newly formed damages.

Finally KESZ International ltd with success found adequate solutions for all technical issues and – days before additional time frame expiring given from supervisor side, –  bridge was handed over to Investor and was formally opened for public car traffic at beginning of October 2016.

 

Magna

KESZ INTERNATIONAL in June 2016. started construction works on the facility “Upgrading the existing building – a business complex with production workshop” in Odzaci. Investor is a multinational company “Magna”.

New project of production part size 3926 m² leaning and functionally connects with the existing production hall into a single space of 7300 m². On the other side of new build productive hall is the administrative part size 1920 m².

Hall is the reinforced concrete prefabricated structure with a facade in the production area of ​​”Kingspan” facade panels and “C” at the administrative part. Roof cassette cover is TR trapezoidal sheet, rock wool and PE membrane.

New build part is virtually a mirror image of the existing building and was designed and carried out in accordance with the modern technical achievements.

The deadline for completion of the building is the end of December 2016.

 

Dr. Oetker

On October 12th 2016, to mutual satisfaction, we performed a handover of the building “Dr. Oetker”, after completion of all works. KESZ INTERNATIONAL was General Contractor for all construction and external works.

Business complex for the production and storage for food product  “Dr. Oetker” covers total area 7390 m².

Consist of four parts:
A – administrative building 1500 m²,
B – technical block 890 m²,
C – production hall 3000 m²,
D-storage 2000 m²

Industrial complex also  consist Sprinkler building 350 m² and internal roads with parking space.

 

Fiat – T18

Project Title: FIAT T18
Object: Electrical installation
Investor: “FIAT AUTOMOBILI SRBIJA DOO”
Usable area: 34320 m²
Work Package: Overall electrical system in paint shop
Construction period: April 2011 – July 2012

 

Fiat – T39

Project Title: FIAT T39
Object: Steel reconstruction
Investor: “FIAT AUTOMOBILI SRBIJA DOO”
Usable area: 9600 m²
Work Package: Design, supply and installation of steel structures
Construction period: April 2011 – October 2011

 

Fiat – T51A

Project Title: FIAT T51A
Object: Fencing around production area
Investor: “FIAT AUTOMOBILI SRBIJA DOO”
Usable area: 5738 m long
Work Package: Design & construction of surrounding fence
Construction period: October 2011 – July 2012

 

Autokomerc VW

Project Title: Autokomerc Showroom
Object: Showroom
Investor: “Autokomerc Komision”
Usable area: 650 m²
Work Package: construction work
Construction period: 2002

 

Dunapack

Project Title: Dunapack
Object: Confectionery factory
Investor: “Dunapack”
Usable area: 15000 m²
Work Package: General execution, prefab concrete structured cardboard factory
Construction period: 2003

 

Border crossing Horgos

Project Title: Horgos – Border crossing
Object: Border crossing
Investor: “Building directorary of Serbia”
Usable area: 22 ha
Work Package: construction work
Construction period: 2003 – 2005

 

Secondary school in Podgorica

 

Hungarian cultural center in Belgrade

Project Title: Hungarian Cultural Center
Object: Hungarian Cultural Center

Investor: “Balassi Institute-R.E.Four D.O.O.”
Usable area: 1150 m²
Work Package: Renovation of existing building
Construction period: May 2013 – February 2014
 

In February 2014, is completed renovation of the existing building at No.14 Gracanicka in Belgrade. Adaptation comprised the demolition of the old building to the bearing construction and reconstruction of the entire building. The facility consists of Po + 5P + Pk. The underground level has a kitchen that is associated with a restaurant on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a conference hall. Floors above the conference room to the attic are designed to accommodate guests of Balassi Institute. The top floor contains the library. The total area of the converted facility is 1150 m². Interestingly, interior decorating colors and elements that express the Hungarian spirit and culture.