aA
Engineering consultancy CSD Engineers has announced plans to double the size of its team in Vilnius. Over the next few years, the company will hire additional civil engineering and design specialists with French or German language skills, experience in BIM – and a passion for big projects.
Statybų inžinierė
Statybų inžinierė
© Corbis

CSD Engineers has been operating successfully in Vilnius for more than a decade. Its team of highly specialized engineers offers a wide range of engineering services including BIM (Building Information Modeling), construction engineering and building technology. The firm’s Vilnius office currently employs more than 40 visionary civil engineers and other specialists with excellent technical skills, many of whom are experienced engineering project managers, fluent in English, German or French.

The office serves as an integrated design services center, servicing customers in both local and international markets. Among its most high-profile projects is the Grand Paris Express metro project in France. CSD Engineers’ office in Vilnius is also an active member of Lithuania’s engineering community, regularly delivering lectures at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, consulting with education institutions over proposed changes, and giving talks in schools about the engineering profession. The company is currently taking an active role in organizing the Engineering 4.0 conference, which aims to promote engineering as a career, encourage progressive training for young engineers, and boost the export of engineering services.

Mantas Katinas, the managing director of Invest Lithuania, is delighted to see that CSD Engineers is strengthening its presence in the country:

“Lithuania is continuously diversifying the range of services that the GBS sector covers. Every company brings different, niche competencies, likewise, CSD Engineers will deepen the skills of engineering and design specialists in the country”, says Mantas.

DELFI EN
It is forbidden to copy the text of this publication without a written permission from DELFI.
|Populiariausi straipsniai ir video

Minister: budget deficit to narrow, debt-to-GDP ratio to stabilize in 2021

The Lithuanian state's 2021 budget bill has been drafted with the aim of reducing the general...

One in 3 Lithuanians feels anxious about money

Thirty-nine percent of Lithuanians feel anxious about their finances every day, which adversely...

Simonyte: key budget issue is what to do with borrowed money (1)

The key question related to Lithuania's next year budget is what will be done with borrowed money...

Minister: Lithuania financially capable of withstanding another coronavirus outbreak

Lithuania would be financially capable of withstanding another coronavirus outbreak, Finance...

A new commercial bank has launched operations in Lithuania

PayRay , a Lithuanian financial sector company, has started a new page of its business service...

Top news

Scientists: strict lockdown might be necessary as early as November

Under the most pessimistic scenario, a strict quarantine in Lithuania might be necessary as early as...

Lithuania hands in note to Minsk over Astravyets NPP

Lithuania has on Tuesday handed in a diplomatic note to Minsk over plans to launch power production...

413 new coronavirus cases

On Monday, 413 new COVID-19 cases were detected in Lithuania. Overall, it adds to 11362 confirmed...

Football and basketball officials say ban on fans in stadiums understandable

Lithuania's top football and basketball officials say the government's planned ban on fans in stadiums...

Colin P. Clarke, Asfandyar Mir | D+ nariams

Al Qaeda’s leader is old, bumbling, and a terrorist mastermind

Ayman al-Zawahiri isn’t trying to plan another 9/11 attack—because he doesn’t need to.

|Maža didelių žinių kaina