Ukraine: railway line from Kyiv to Boryspil Airport to be constructed by December 2018

The railway line connecting Kyiv’s central train station with Boryspil Airport will have been constructed by December 1, Acting Board Chairman of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia Yevhen Kravtsov stated at a meeting with Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, the government’s press service reports. “The object will be commissioned by December 1. The construction has been launched. We’re negotiating…

Georgia: air traffic control office and training center opens at Tbilisi airport

Georgia’s air navigation service provider Sakaeronavigatsia is marking its 25th anniversary by opening a new air traffic control (ATC) office and a training center at Tbilisi International Airport, equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili congratulated Sakaeronavigatsia officials and said this was another step forward to increase flight safety and to develop the…

Latvia: construction output up in Q1 2018

Compared to Q1 2017 construction output increased by 35.7% in Latvia in Q1 2018. Construction output rise was observed in construction of buildings (44.2%), civil engineering (43.6%) and specialized construction activities (16.3%). Compared to the corresponding quarter of the year before output growth was recorded in all types of civil engineering: construction of roads and…

Turkmenistan: Iranian firms keen to involve in construction projects

Iranian companies are interested in taking part in motorway and road construction projects in Turkmenistan, Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi, the Islamic Republic’s Roads and Urban Development minister, said. Akhoundi made the remarks on the sidelines of a meeting with Turkmenistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister Rasit Meredow in Tehran. The parties held talks on participation of Iranian companies…

Ukraine: construction industry stable

In January-March Ukrainian enterprises completed construction works worth UAH 18.3 billion, the index of construction products made up 99.7% compared with the same period in 2017, Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities Lev Partskhaladze stated, the government’s press service reports. “In the first three months of 2018 Ukrainian enterprises carried out construction…

Kazakhstan: fourth refinery to be built

Kazakh Energy Ministry has found a private investor ready to take part in construction of the fourth refinery in the territory of Kazakhstan, our correspondent reports. “Another key step in the domestic oil and gas industry is construction of a new refinery. A group was set up on the instructions of the president to develop…

Estonia: repairs at Riisipere station to begin

Estonian Railways (EVR), the Estonian state-owned railway infrastructure company, is to begin repairwork on the Tallinn-Keila-Riisipere section of rail beginning with Riisipere Station on April 30. “Beginning from April 30 rail work will be carried out on the western part of Riisipere Station,” Riho Vjatkin, head of EVR’s construction service, said in a press release,…

Tajikistan: cement production up in Q1 2018

Over 782,400 tons of cement were produced in Tajikistan in the first quarter of this year. The volume of cement production increased by 356,000 tons compared to January-March of the previous year, according to the profile departments of the country’s economic bloc. Taking into account the implementation of new infrastructure projects, construction of residential houses,…