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Two Kelprojektas projects to be awarded the gold medals of the “Lithuanian Product of the Year”

The biggest transport infrastructure engineering company in the country – Kelprojektas – was awarded two gold medals at the leading national competition "Lithuanian Product of the Year 2012", which is considered to be the business community's acknowledgment. The awards went to Jakai Roundabout and Rail Baltica projects, worked out by the company's experts. Kelprojektas became the first transport infrastructure engineering company to be awarded two gold medals at this ceremony.

"These engineering works of exceptional sophistication demanded the top-level expertise. Successful implementation thereof and the awards is the biggest appreciation of our experience and qualification in the transport infrastructure engineering", – said Algimantas Medžiaušis, General Manager of UAB Kelprojektas.

The project of international importance – Rail Baltica – is unique for its scale and railway infrastructure engineering solutions. This project will enable improving the communication between the European Union and the Baltic States as well as the Baltic and Nordic States and distinguish Lithuania as the only former Soviet Union state having the European railway track.

"For railway construction or reconstruction we apply the solutions that ensure enduring durability, economy, and safety. In regard to the railway engineering, former Soviet states would pay most attention to the upper structure of the road, rails, sleepers, ballast, whereas the embankment reinforcements, ensuring the long-lasting endurance and safety of the road, would be left in the background. In this project considerable attention is granted to the embankment reinforcement – this will help avoiding the deformations as well as enable lowering the running costs of the railway", – said Rimantas Nugaris, Director of Railway Infrastructure Engineering Department of UAB Kelprojektas.

For Rail Baltica railway Marijampolė - Kazlų Rūda – Kaunas reconstruction project the engineers of Kelprojektas employed the up-to-date software solution, enabling the detailed assessment of the situation as well as selecting the best solutions of safety, environmental protection, health requirements, or accessibility for the disabled.

Over 60 specialists have been working with Rail Baltica project at different intervals and within different time-frame. From the object study to the coordination works, this project took place for one and a half year.

Planning of reconstruction works of two stages of one of the most modern road infrastructure objects in Lithuania – Jakai roundabout – took place for almost four years. According to the plans, the first stage covered the construction of the longest Kaunas-Klaipėda skyway in Lithuania, the second stage – the engineering of two skyways in the direction of Kaunas-Palanga and Palanga-Kaunas.

Country traffic ring of the most intensive operation in the country meets the highest European road infrastructure standards, characterizes for the innovative and efficient solutions both in traffic flow control and building structures, as well as is considered to be the biggest crossing of this type in Lithuania.

This crossing, which used to be seen as a problem crossing due to too low passage capacity, from now on will ensure smooth traffic of bigger streams of cars. The solutions applied will also contribute to the environmental protection – shorter standing at the crossroads will result in less quantities of exhaust gas, discharged to the environment.

Jakai roundabout is passed by approximately 25 thousand vehicles a day. Other intensive country crossings are passed on an average by 3-6 thousand vehicles in 24 hours.

Jakai roundabout, situated in the section of the important trunk-road Vilnius-Kaunas-Klaipėda, connects six roads: Kaunas-Klaipėda, Klaipėda-Liepaja, Kaunas-Jurbarkas-Klaipėda, Jakai-Dovilai, the segments of KlaipėdaCity and Tilžės Street as well as Klaipėda-Kaunas. The reconstruction project is aimed to ensure continuous traffic in the directions of Vilnius-Klaipėda, Vilnius-Palanga, Klaipėda-Palanga, and Kaunas-Šilutė.