The culture of adapting post-socialist, outdated infrastructure to modern requirements is quite developed in Eastern European countries. Our interest was caused by the desire to share this experience, and today I can already confidently say that the Bulgarian, one of the most experienced and successful construction companies, Pasek Group, is interested in operating in the Georgian market, - about this in a conversation with Banks and Finances It was noted by businessman Zurab Dumbadze, who will head the representative office of Parsek Group in Georgia.
According to him, a visit of the shareholders and managers of the Bulgarian company to Georgia under the leadership of the director of the company Konstantin Bozhikov is planned soon. During the visit, meetings will be held in various municipalities or central agencies to better get to know the country's infrastructural challenges on the ground.
As Dumbadze notes, the “Parsek Group” activity area includes projects, construction, and design of private and public infrastructure, as well as reconstruction and conservation works of cultural monuments.
The company is certified in accordance with international standards and holds the following certificates: ISO 9001:2015 – quality management system; ISO 14 001:2015 – Environmental Management System; ISO 45 001:2018 – Occupational health and safety management system; ISO 3834-2:2005 – Quality system for welding of metallic materials.
Each of these certifications meets broad quality requirements in the following areas: design; engineering; Conducting general construction and installation works; conservation and restoration work; high-rise and industrial construction; construction of public and transport infrastructure; implementation of energy projects (engineering); lighting projects (engineering); Production of window frames, metal structures and products and panels (sandwich).
The company is registered in the Bulgarian Chamber of Construction's Central Professional Register of Constructors.
The portfolio of projects implemented by the company in various directions is distinguished by its diverse performance. In particular, Parsek Group carried out design and construction works for the reconstruction of multi-apartment residential buildings in Bulgaria within the framework of the energy efficiency program; construction of sports complexes and reconstruction of multipurpose sports halls; reconstruction, renovation, and implementation of energy efficiency measures of the high school building (this project won the Building of the Year award at the 2019 national competition); Reconstruction and ongoing repair works of nurseries.
The portfolio of Parsek Group also includes projects in central urban areas, street repair and replacement of roofs on administrative buildings; design, reconstruction and construction projects of recreational as well as medical profile infrastructure; design and construction works of fire-fighting buildings; projects of reconstruction of internal water supply network in rural areas, as well as repair projects of culture houses, Dumbadze notes.
The businessman especially emphasizes the experience of Parsek Group in the design of waste management enterprises in the direction of construction, although he also notes that in the reality of Georgia, tomorrow is more about tomorrow. According to Dumbadze, the experience of Bulgarian specialists in the field of restoration and conservation of cultural monuments is also important - Parsek Group has carried out the conservation and restoration works of the ancient city, Perperikon and has arranged an appropriate exposition. This object is a cultural monument of world importance and the work performed by our partners won the Building of the Year award at the 2017 Bulgarian national competition, Dumbadze notes.
According to him, the interest of an experienced Bulgarian company in the Georgian market is a prerequisite for the implementation of many interesting, necessary and useful projects in accordance with the highest standards.