In addition to the detailed design development of the 213-km mainline of Rail Baltica in Estonia, the construction of the first site in Saustinõmme are already under way. The design development of the Pärnu passenger terminal has also started and the development of the technical solution for the Muuga freight terminal are in progress. The architecture competition for the Ülemiste terminal has also ended and development of the technical solution for the railway infrastructure has started.
"Rail Baltica is the largest infrastructure project in Europe at the moment and we are honored to participate in it with Prointec. This project is very inspiring to us and I promise we will invest here all our skills and knowledge. Hopefully there will be more contracts for us in Estonia," Maximilian Grauvogl, president of the Obermeyer Group said.
Maria Soledad Martin-Cleto Sanchez, the Executive Director of Prointec added that the company has ample experience in constructing railways all over the world. She welcomed the chance for the company to contribute to setting up Rail Baltica in Estonia.
Obermeyer Planen + Beraten GmbH is a global engineering consultancy that offers design and engineering services for construction of buildings, transport infrastructure, energy and environmental fields. The company was founded in 1958. Today it is is one of Germany’s leading independent engineering companies.
PROINTEC S.A. was founded in 1970 as one of the first civil engineering firms engaged in design of infrastructure, architectural consultation and urban planning and the environmental field. In the railway sector, PROINTEC S.A. has longstanding experience in designing conventional and high-speed railway, tram and underground metro systems.