Civinity Engineering, engineering system design and installation company, has signed a contract for more than €2,000,000 with Eikos statyba which has won the contracting tender for the new passenger departure terminal of Vilnius Airport. A Civinity Group company will be responsible for the installation of the terminal’s engineering systems.
‘Over more than two decades, we have designed and installed engineering systems for a wide range of buildings, from residential houses and Olympic swimming pools to highly sophisticated and sensitive laboratory research complexes. We are proud to join the development of Lithuania’s major air gateway – Vilnius Airport and we are grateful to our colleagues from Eikos statyba for their trust in us,’ says Nerijus Rudokas, Development Manager at Civinity Engineering, about a new contract.
Civinity Engineering specialists will design and install the heating, sewage, plumbing, cooling and ventilation systems in the new 14,400 sqm passenger departure terminal. All future engineering solutions will first be designed in a 3D environment to optimise future installation work and avoid errors.
The installation of the engineering systems for the new passenger terminal is scheduled for the end of August 2024. The first passengers are expected to use the terminal in 2025.
About Civinity Engineering:
Civinity Engineering is one of the largest engineering system design and installation companies in Lithuania. The company offers and installs engineering solutions in buildings of all kinds. The systems installed by the company are used in business centres Park Town, Green Hall in Vilnius and Magnum in Kaunas, shopping centers DEPO, Nordika, BOD Research Centre, Brewery Švyturys and others. Civinity Engineering is part of Civinity, one of the largest housing and commercial building management groups in the Baltic States. Civinity Engineering has been involved in the design and installation of engineering systems since 1999 and has designed and installed more than 1,000,000 square metres of buildings. More than 200 employees implement projects in Lithuania and the UK.