Hristovi Engineering has been providing top-quality engineering and construction services since 1970. Today, the company has assembled a staff of around 30 employees that includes some 11 highly experienced engineers who specialise in a variety of fields, from engineering for construction, “turn key projects”, and more. Hristovi Engineering also offers a full range of services, from initial analysis to building land, project planning, support with permits and licensing, tendering, site supervision and final hand-over of the project.
The company has completed a range of major initiatives, some of them through partnerships with foreign investors. Hristovi Engineering’s prestigious project portfolio includes Alexander the Great airport in Skopje and St. Paul the Apostle airport in Ohrid; an expansion for Johnson Matthey; a 24,000 sq m project for Kromberg&Schubert in Bitola; the Macedonian government’s new regional pilot-training centre; the production complex of MARQUARDT, the Cardio Surgery Philip the Second hospital in Skopje, for which Hristovi Engineering will be completely responsible for management in construction. CEO Anita Hristova explains, “We are providing quality projects through our know-how, continual improvement and development. Our references speak for themselves.”
For foreign investors, Hristovi Engineering has positioned itself as an ideal local partner. Tomislav Hristov, Architecture engineer, points out, “When it comes to construction, Hristovi Engineering comes to the site and supervises every phase, including materials and permits. Investors just need to follow up the process and start to operate when the project is completed. All our services meet the highest EU and international standards.”
Focus on adding value and win-win partnerships
Hristovi Engineering always puts its clients’ needs first. Anita Hristova says, “We always give 110% and that extra 10% is added value. We respect time limits, we are committed to transparency, and we strive to achieve win-win partnerships with all our customers.” She adds that the company is always open to new projects of any kind, and that Hristovi Engineering has a particular interest in environmental-protection and energy-saving initiatives.
A specific goal for Hristovi Engineering is to partner with European site-supervision enterprises. The company would also like to open a materials-testing laboratory. Anita Hristova says, “Working with the right partner, we could develop a special laboratory which would serve the region, attract new technologies, provide additional education and secure important licenses for different projects. We already have a location and infrastructure in place for this project, so we are looking for an experienced partner to work with us. Today’s Macedonia is the right place for investors.”