Martin Kollár

Martin Kollár

ing. Martin KollárMartin has been a member of the Link Projekt team since 2008 and currently works as a leading designer on our projects in Slovakia. He is also as Technical Director of Link projekt SK s.r.o. the head of the Slovak branch of the company. Besides his rich experience on “domestic” projects, Martin also has experience from a two-year work stay in the United States, where he devoted himself to the static and dynamic analysis of the construction of steel structures in dangerous wind areas.

KEY REFERENCES

I66, Brezno – Bypass I Phase (SK)

Different types of pre-stressing and reinforced concrete bridges on a high-speed road. Project engineer responsible for coordinating the implementation project and building. Solving project, design and conflict problems at the investor level – designer – contractor.

R4, Ladomírova – Hunkovce + bypass Prešova (SK)

Different types of pre-stressing and reinforced concrete bridges on a high-speed road. Project engineer responsible for coordinating designers.

R55, Babice – Old Town, bridges SO203, SO204, SO205, SO206

Different types of pre-stressed and reinforced concrete bridges on a high-speed road. Project engineer responsible for static and dynamic analysis and detailed design for the supplier.

Nuclear Power Plant Mochovce, Block 3 and 4 (SK)

Project Coordinator Assistant at the nuclear part of the building. Responsible for coordinating construction and technology projects and responsible for the relationship between investor and supplier. Solving project, design, and operational conflicts in the investor’s interest, dealing with building and technological designers.

R48, Rychaltice – Frydek-Mistek, SO201, SO204, SO214

Different types of pre-stressed and reinforced concrete bridges on the high-speed road. Project engineer responsible for static and dynamic analysis and detailed design of the supplier.

D3, Tabor – Veselí nad Lužnicí, SO217

Pre-stressed concrete vapor bridge over Myslkovice Lake. A bridge of 34 + 6 × 40 + 34 m in a total length of 323 m. It is built in eight stages using a movable supporting steel ring. Responsible for static and dynamic analysis.

Bayshore, YMCA, Soil storage halls (USA)

Commercial steel halls for industrial, sports and cultural use. Beam construction systems for distances up to 60 meters. Static and dynamic analysis of construction in dangerous weather conditions (East Coast USA, Caribbean). Analysis of assembly and transport phases.