Thanks to the successful performance of our running Municipal Social and Economic Infrastructure project signed with the European Commission in 2009, EPTISA has recently inked an addendum to continue providing a wide range of engineering services for the development of the socio-economic infrastructure in municipalities across Kosovo*.

EPTISA’s Regional Office for Southeast Europe has recently signed an addendum to the contract for the running Municipal Social and Economic Infrastructureproject, an assignment that aims to improve selected social and economic infrastructures in several municipalities in Kosovo. With an extension of 27 months and an additional budget of 1,250,000 Euro (being now the total value of the contract 2.5 Million Euro), funded by the IPA programme from the European Union, the project will continue enhancing the municipal infrastructure with a particular emphasis on ensuring that minorities and the disadvantaged are able to access these services more easily in the future.

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The total value of the works contracts is approximately 26 Million Euro and the indicative number of projects to be implemented is 20, from the three main sectors of local infrastructure:

  • Socio-economic development (schools, health services, sports and youth facilities);
  • Infrastructure (roads, municipal buildings, etc.);
  • Environment (water supply and sewerage system).

A team of international and local experts from EPTISA is involved in all stages of the project implementation, including assisting the municipalities to prepare their project fiches, developing the detailed design and technical specifications for the selected projects, providing support in the implementation, and supervising the construction works until the handover and final acceptance.

For more information about this project, please contact EPTISA Regional Office for Southeast Europe at

* Kosovo under UNSCR 1244. EPTISA takes a neutral position vis a vis the political issues within the region of the Western Balkans, fully supporting the policy of the EU in this regard.