Mission

Stroyproekt Engineering Group’s policy for construction supervision and performing functions of Technical Expert

Our goal is to ensure legal rights of clients, investors and future operators of a project during its construction, rehabilitation or operation. We realise that any investor, client or owner of the project expects to receive a safe and reliable facility that has been completed in line with contract provisions and complies with all operational requirements. That is what defines the standard of quality we have to meet.

Our goal is to ensure legal rights of clients, investors and future operators of a project during its construction, rehabilitation or operation. We realise that any investor, client or owner of the project expects to receive a safe and reliable facility that has been completed in line with contract provisions and complies with all operational requirements. That is what defines the standard of quality we have to meet. 

The cult of quality is a fundamental principle of Stroyproekt Engineering Group’s policy in rendering construction supervision and technical expert’s services. Our work is arranged in such a way as to ensure a proper level quality.

To that effect we render the following services:
• Checking contractors’ qualifications
• Evaluation and verification of technical and economic soundness of designs and cost estimates
• Checking construction methods, structures and materials for compliance with technical specifications
• Review of as-built documentation
• Quantity surveying
• Project implementation schedule monitoring
• Cost control
• Labour health and safety monitoring
• Monitoring implementation of environmental safety and environment protection measures during construction
• Traffic safety control

Our qualified experts not only supervise various activities but also provide interested parties with prompt and practical recommendations on how to improve the situation.
Our working methods ensure smooth cooperation of all parties involved into a construction project. These methods allow finding solutions that are optimal for clients, investors and future owners in case of a dispute. 

We select our personnel among leading Russian and international experts. Their unique knowledge and expertise allow dealing with all kind of technical and organisational issues at the most advanced scientific and management level.

Our experience and knowledge of local markets and conditions ensure due consideration of climatic and hydrogeological specificities of the project site, an optimal choice of contractors and suppliers, and efficient cooperation with specialist production and scientific research companies as well as with the state authorities.





 
Stroyproekt Engineering Group’s Technical policy in Design

High quality within minimum time period.
1. Main contribution to our quality is an active input of every employee into the final result;
2. Chief Project Engineer as a project designer is responsible for developed technical solutions;
3. Our policy is identical for all our projects. Our projects should be easily recognisable and have a brand style.
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High quality within minimum time period.
  1. Main contribution to our quality is an active input of every employee into the final result;
  2. Chief Project Engineer as a project designer is responsible for developed technical solutions;
  3. Our policy is identical for all our projects. Our projects should be easily recognisable and have a brand style.
  4. We deem standard regulations as a minimum quality standard;
  5. We aim at ensuring higher performance parameters than required by standards.
  6. Our goal is to meet all requirements of our clients as well as to anticipate demands of operators and other stakeholders.
  7. We strive to extend the Client’s choice by providing them with several options and to substantiate the best solution based on assessment of the current construction market prices and applied technical and labour resources.
  8. We believe that the design of structures shall ensure their maximum constructability;
  9. If we have to make a choice between constructability and a higher service reliability, we prefer the latter;
  10. We strive to apply up-to-date structures, materials and techniques;
  11. Our highest priority is to complete the job within the time specified in our contracts;
  12. We shall exclude any delays of construction programmes caused by incomplete designs or by their late delivery;
  13. Our goal is to implement projects as a whole, therefore we engage dedicated subcontractors to do the work that we are not capable to do ourselves. We involve only those subcontractors which share our policy and our goals. We always prefer subcontractors with which we have had successful experience even if their quotations are not lowest;
  14. We strive to design structures that are architecturally styled and have an aesthetic appeal;
  15. We are aiming to develop designs that are environmentally friendly;
  16. We develop standardized structural solutions that meet our quality requirements to detailed design documentation. However, when applying these solutions, project specifics shall be always considered.
  17. We compare economic parameters we use for pricing with actual prices in construction sector, tender bids and other data.
  18. For us, presentation and intelligibility of our drawings are prior than labour input required for their development;
  19. We apply advanced design methods as well as design management procedures that allow reducing production time and improve quality of design.
  20. Qualification of our employees and their adequacy for the job is our responsibility.

01.07.2004
Alexey Zhurbin,
General Director AO Institute Stroyproekt
 
Our mission

Stroyproekt Engineering Group is a multidisciplinary association of engineering companies sharing the common business strategy and human and professional values.
Our mission is to participate actively in creative construction developments and to improve the construction industry.

Stroyproekt Engineering Group is a multidisciplinary association of engineering companies sharing the common business strategy and human and professional values.
Our mission is to participate actively in creative construction developments and to improve the construction industry.

We offer a full range of engineering and consultancy services, mainly in the transport construction sector:
• Comprehensive design of roads of any designation and category including federal and urban highways of the highest complexity degree; integrated design of large and non-standard bridges, tunnels, viaducts and flyovers, traffic interchanges, etc.
• Building contracts administration and construction supervision for construction and rehabilitation of all types of transport facilities
• Roadside infrastructure and landscaping engineering
• Engineering infrastructure design
• Intelligent Transport Systems engineering
• Transport planning
• Environment protection and impact mitigation measures
• Engineering consultancy for PPP projects
• Laboratory testing and structural diagnostics
• Investment and Feasibility studies
• Research and Development
• Development and promotion of CAD software products

We provide our services both in the process of project development and during their whole life cycle. Our clients are public employers, construction and design companies, and private investors, both in Russia and abroad.

Doing our job we are always aiming to:

• Make sure that the structures we design meet the need of people who use them for a safe and clean environment – human life and nature are our fundamental values; 
• Develop solutions that ensure maximum sustainability and aesthetics of the structures we design as well as cost efficiency and minimal risks for capital investment;
• Anticipate and fulfill wishes of our clients considering increasing needs and demands of people;
• Provide our employees will all necessary conditions for the realization of their creative ambitions and advancing their professional qualifications; ensure a comfortable working environment and a high quality of life; 
• Never stop but continue conquering new spheres of business and mastering advanced technologies; ensure that our designs offer new opportunities for people.  
We are responsible both to our clients and the public for the job we do. 


 
Memorandum of Stroyproekt Engineering Group

1. The Memorandum sets out fundamental principles relating to the formation and operation of Stroyproekt Engineering Group.

2. Stroyproekt Engineering Group is a multidisciplinary association of engineering companies being members of the Group (hereinafter “Members”) or associate partners (hereinafter “Partners”). Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group share a common business strategy and human and professional values aiming to develop and improve the construction industry. 

3. The overall goal of Stroyproekt Engineering Group is to join efforts of its Members and Partners to be capable to render the fullest possible range of design and engineering consultancy services, mainly for the transport construction sector in Russia and abroad.

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1. The Memorandum sets out fundamental principles relating to the formation and operation of Stroyproekt Engineering Group.

2. Stroyproekt Engineering Group is a multidisciplinary association of engineering companies being members of the Group (hereinafter “Members”) or associate partners (hereinafter “Partners”). Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group share a common business strategy and human and professional values aiming to develop and improve the construction industry. 

3. The overall goal of Stroyproekt Engineering Group is to join efforts of its Members and Partners to be capable to render the fullest possible range of design and engineering consultancy services, mainly for the transport construction sector in Russia and abroad.

4. Stroyproekt Engineering Group seeks to achieve together better results than each company on its own and meet targets of Members and Partners by means of a sustainable development of the Group and strengthening its position in general.

5. Stroyproekt Engineering Group strives to be result-oriented and render services in line with the highest international standards of quality.

6. Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group carry out their activities respecting business practices as well as the spirit and the letter of laws of the countries where their projects are implemented. 

7. Priorities of Stroyproekt Engineering Group:
7.1. Human life and the needs of people for a comfort, safe and clean living environment;
7.2. Joint effort to raise the interest of clients to collaborate with Stroyproekt Engineering Group;
7.3. Anticipating and meeting the client’s needs.  Preventing the client’s potential problems, including those not related to the main activities of Stroyproekt Engineering Group on the projects implemented by the Group;
7.4. Ensuring investment efficiency and minimal risks for public and private investors during the entire life circle of the projects realised with our participation;
7.5. Creating conditions for the Group employees allowing them to achieve their ambitions and to develop professional skills as well as to improve quality of life, and ensuring a comfortable working environment;
7.6. Business integrity and comprehensive assistance to social and economic development of Russia and other countries where Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group participate in transport infrastructure development projects; 
7.7. Continuous development:  Members and Partners should never be satisfied with what has been already achieved and should keep on developing new business activities and promoting advanced technologies and materials. We aim at offering new opportunities to people and society in general;
7.8. Enhancing professional continuity and creating new generations of engineers following the best practices of Stroyproekt Engineering Group;
7.9. Taking an active part in developing legislation and the regulatory framework for transport infrastructure design and construction.

8. Both in Russia and abroad, Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group should provide services of higher quality than those offered by other market players.

9. Members and Partners should have diversified project portfolios ensuring a balanced mix of orders received within the Group and from external companies.

10. The services rendered within the Group should be competitive with those offered at the external market.

11. In case a Member’s or Partner’s offer is not competitive, an order can be placed to an external company.  A practical procedure for such case is established by the Corporate Management Board of Stroyproekt Engineering Group.

12.  The Corporate Management Board composed of senior executives of all member companies is responsible for coordination of the Group activities.

13. Members and Partners of Stroyproekt Engineering Group undertake to be guided by common policies and standards with respect to:
13.1. Business activities (design, construction supervision, consulting and other engineering services)
13.2. Financial management, management accounting and cost accounting,
13.3. Quality management
13.4. Corporate management
13.5. Creation of a single information space and IT development
13.6. Relations within Self-Regulating Organisations
13.7. Marketing and development of external relations (including international ones), and participation in organisations and associations
13.8. Use of the Stroyproekt Engineering Group’s brand and logo/symbols
13.9. Labour and social relations including development of common corporate ethics and culture
13.10. Upgrading professional qualifications of the employees
13.11. When there are no accepted common policies or standards in relation to the above aspects, Members and Partners of the Group may apply their own policies and standards.

14. The parties agree to delegate certain rights and authorities to the Corporate Management Board in order to comply with provisions of clause 13 of the Memorandum. The scope of delegated rights and authorities shall be defined in a separate agreement.

15. Members and Partners jointly develop and implement the common policies of Stroyproekt Engineering Group via its Corporate Management Board. 

16. Members and Partners seek to ensure the same high level of quality. The common quality system is controlled by the Corporate Management Board.
 
17. The corporate management of Stroyproekt Engineering Group is based on a responsibility matrix that provides for coordination of decisions between the director of an individual member company and the senior manager responsible for a certain business line within the Group. The main decision-making criteria are efficiency and effectiveness.

18. Stroyproekt Engineering Group has its own brand. Companies that join Stroyproekt Engineering Group may maintain and develop their own brands under the common brand of the Group to show their membership in Stroyproekt Engineering Group.

19. Joining Stroyproekt Engineering Group is formalised by signing the Memorandum, which implies that a joining company agrees with the principals and provisions described in the Memorandum and undertakes to implement and support measures ensuring provision of design and engineering consultancy services in accordance with the requirements set out in the Memorandum, and to maintain confidentiality of the information relating to Stroyproekt Engineering Group activities. All Members and Partners of the Group shall sign the Memorandum. In addition, the Memorandum shall be signed by senior executives of key business lines of Members and Partners.

20. Working together, Members and Partners shall be guided by the provisions of the Memorandum and are responsible for achieving set objectives irrespectively of their role in a project team.

21. The Memorandum enters into force following its signing and remains open to other companies.

22. The Memorandum can be amended at any time subject to the consent of all parties that signed it.

On 13 June 2013, the following companies signed the Memorandum:

AO Institute Stroyproekt (Member)
Moscow Branch of AO Institute Stroyproekt (Member)
Rostov Branch of AO Institute Stroyproekt (Member)
AO Novgorodstroyproekt (Member)
ZAO Peterburgskie Seti (Member)
ООО Institute Proektmostorekonstruktsia (Member)

On 19 June 2014, the following companies joined Stroyproekt Engineering Group and signed the Memorandum:

OOO Institute Tunnelstroyproekt (Member)
STPR Consulting GmbH (Partner)

On 01 April 2016, OOO Institute Transport Intelligent Systems (Member) joined the Group and signed the Memorandum.






 
Personal Developement & Cooperation Policies of Stryproekt Engineering Group

1.    General Provisions
1.1.     Our Personal Development and Cooperation Policies:
1.1.1.     Maintain the  integrity in constantly changing environment;
1.1.2.     Ensure implementation of Stroyproekt Engineering Group Memorandum;
1.1.3.     ....
1.    General Provisions
1.1.     Our Personal Development and Cooperation Policies:
1.1.1.     Maintain the  integrity in constantly changing environment;
1.1.2.     Ensure implementation of Stroyproekt Engineering Group Memorandum;
1.1.3.     Base on the management system that includes common cooperation and development principles for all member companies of the Engineering Group (hereinafter referred to as the Group)  
1.2.     The Group organisation bases on its structural divisions that can form project teams depending on the purposes and the scope of a specific project.
1.3.     Implementation of Personal Development and Cooperation Policies is responsibility of all divisional managers and every employee at any team level.
1.4.     All internal documents, rules and procedures of Personal Development and Cooperation Policies are developed and implemented in accordance with the Law.
2.    Common principles  of Personal Development and Cooperation Policies
2.1.    The Group employs professionals who share the principles of the Memorandum and are able and willing to implement them.
2.2.     In our employees and candidates, we appreciate
2.2.1.     Professional expertise and skills, and the ability to use them in practice;
2.2.2.     Responsibility and commitment to achieve team goals;
2.2.3.     Initiative and pro-activity in finding solutions, readiness to promote innovations;
2.2.4.     Willingness to gain practical work experiences and the number of successful projects;  
2.2.5.     Commitment to innovations, new expertise and skills and to development of professional competences;
2.2.6.     Willingness to build a creative, intelligent and comfortable team communication as well as a confident environment;
2.2.7.     Personal development ambitions;
2.2.8.     Commitment to the values and traditions of the Group;
2.2.9.     Leadership qualities and the ability to encourage the team members to work successfully and to be actively involved in the Group development;
2.2.10.    Willingness and capability to implement projects of any complexity;
2.2.11.    Concern about the image of the Group and their efforts to improve it;
2.2.12.    Belonging to labour dynasties and the ambition of a new generation to surpass professional achievements of the previous one.
2.3.    Aiming at achieving our strategic objectives related to the expansion of project geography and international market activities, we welcome mobility of our employees and their readiness to work in various offices of the Group developing and supporting the company business in any region while maintaining our quality management standards and promoting corporate culture in newly established branches.
2.4.    For attracting new staff, the Group:
2.4.1.     Monitors labour markets in the regions the company operates;
2.4.2.     Cooperates with leading universities and arranges traineeship for promising students;
2.4.3.     Publishes information on vacancies on own web-sites and dedicated Internet sites;
2.4.4.     Monitors projects in the industry and maintains direct business links with various experts.
2.5.     With a view  to using efficiently our staff capabilities and potential, the Group:
2.5.1.     Arranges training courses for the adaptation of new employees and their prompt inclusion into production processes;  
2.5.2.     Carries out regular performance reviews to assess the personnel professional competences with a view of their potential promotion;
2.5.3.     Plans professional and career development of our staff;
2.5.4.     Coordinates the staff career development with the remuneration and training system;
2.5.5.     Provides for vertical and horizontal rotation of the staff to enable them to obtain new knowledge and to keep them motivated;  
2.5.6.     When filling vacancies, prefers candidates fr om the Group employees given other conditions being equal.
2.6.     The Group develops its own in-house training system in line with its business and development objectives and ensuring continuity between the generations. To this extent the Group:
2.6.1.     Defines priority training and education needs for various groups of our employees, giving specific emphasis to education of young professionals;
2.6.2.     Coordinates individual development plans of our employees with our priority needs,  and monitors their  performance;
2.6.3.     Applies advanced and  efficient teaching modes considering their economical and methodological feasibility;
2.6.4.     Involves its own employees and the best Russian and international experts for teaching;
2.6.5.     Encourages tutorship/mentoring and individual responsibility of managers for professional development of their staff.
2.7.    The Group is aiming at providing a competitive remuneration for competitive deliverables including:
2.7.1.     Direct remuneration that consists of a fixed amount (salary) and a variable amount (bonus) and depends on the following factors:
2.7.1.1.     Responsibility level of a staff;
2.7.1.2.     Their professional competence level;
2.7.1.3.     Salary level for similar positions and competences on the labour market;
2.7.1.4.     The region wh ere a company – the member of the Group -  operates;
2.7.1.5.     The staff’s mobility;
2.7.1.6.    The staff’s creative approach to dealing with non-standard tasks;
2.7.1.7.    Application of efficient methods for work organisation;
2.7.1.8.    Personal contribution to the team achievements;
2.7.1.9.    Personal contribution to the income of the Group member company.
2.7.2.     Indirect remuneration in a form of compensatory payments (a social package) aiming at improving the working environment and social welfare of the staff.  When forming the social package, the Engineering Group keeps to the following principles:
2.7.2.1.     Cost efficiency: the social obligations of the Group are not intended to replace the state’s social obligations;
2.7.2.2.     Adequacy: the Group provides additional compensation payments that are reasonable and correspond to the local market practices or even higher due to the effective use of resources;
2.7.2.3.     Shared responsibility: our employees partially pay for some social programmes which benefits exceed the established basic value.
2.8.    We strive to enhance morale and motivation of our employees and their satisfaction from professional achievements and team work:  
2.8.1.     We nominate our employees for public/state and industry awards and reward them with the company’s distinctions on professional holidays and upon commissioning of completed projects;
2.8.2.      We care about a comprehensive personal development of our employees providing opportunities for doing sports, recreational activities, socialising and attending professional and cultural events;
2.8.3.      We arrange incentive business or team-building trips;
2.8.4.      We aim at providing our staff with opportunities to deal with more complicated and diverse tasks considering their personalities and ambitions;
2.8.5.      We encourage respectful communication between our employees.
3.    Responsibilities of Development and HR Departments for implementation of Personal Development and Cooperation Policies
3.1.    Development Departments and HR Departments of the  Group member companies are responsible for:   
3.1.1.     Overall coordination of performance within the Policies and practical implementation of relevant procedures;
3.1.2.     Setting a personal example for a high level of mutual respect maintaining an open and trusting relationship among our employees;
3.1.3.     Ensuring change management via timely organisational measures, and  revision of development goals and performance indicators under changed  circumstances as well as change explanation and clarification to all employees;
3.1.4.     Checking the compliance with Labour Law;
3.1.5.     Implementation of unified standards of the Policies in the member companies, including a single human resource administration and records system;   
3.1.6.      Improving the intercompany information system, including feedback from our employees and knowledge sharing, both vertically and horizontally, to raise awareness of our values, goals and objectives among all our employees.