What can amiko do during the pandemic? We look ahead.
We know all about home office and reduced working hours. Still we can call ourselves lucky to be awarded a contract for several interesting projects at these economically difficult times:
- Conversion of canteen at SPAR head office Dornbirn: planning of structural framework
- Conversion of SPAR supermarket Göfis: planning of structural framework
- Conversion of SPAR supermarket Mäder: structural engineering
- Conversion of SPAR supermarket Schlins: structural engineering
- Inspection of various bridge-/trough- and supporting constructions for the county government of Vorarlberg
- Consultancy regarding structural engineering for the town council of Bad Ischl
- Planning works and issuing of energy performance certificates for detached houses
- We have been commissioned with the inspection of tunnels and bridges as well as planning works by the ASFINAG for the motorways A1, A10, A14 and the express highway S06.
…top priority. Therefore we have to reduce our presence in the office starting from 16th March 2020.
You can still reach us under email@example.com and we will take care of your requests as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy!
Your team of amiko
As Albert Einstein used to say: “If the old year was successful, then look forward to the new one and if it was bad, yes then do so more than ever.”
Thus we wish all our customers, colleagues and partners a happy New Year.
Rudolph’s nose was gone all red, when a pressure on the bladder he had. He had more mulled wine than he ought, but still amiko’s wishes he brought. We wish you a merry Christmas and a time of quietness and peace with the ones dear to you!
… and therefore holds a drawing for 1 x 2 day tickets in the Silvretta Montafon skiing area.
Just visit us on facebook, like our side, solve the riddle and comment the result. Have fun racking your brains!
…European cultural capital 2024 but for us also one of the most beautiful areas in Austria. Not only the town, but also its inhabitants are a true cultural asset. They do their jobs with zest and capture everyone’s heart with their good humour. These are some of the reasons why we already opened a branch in Bad Ischl in 2012.
With all its diversity the Upper-Austrian spa town has beaten Dornbirn and St. Pölten in the competition for Europe’s cultural capital.
We are proud to have a branch office in such a unique town.
…the planning tasks for a tender offer and the construction details for the reconditioning of the S06 Semmering expressway between Oberaich and Niklasdorf (A). Our contract comprises the planning and statically constructive processing of 15 existing bridges, the planning of the road surface-overhaul for both lanes as well as the design of an optimised design specification.
Our interns say goodbye – one after the other – just like the beautiful summer gives way to autumn. Sincere thanks are given to our diligent students Jonas Wachter, Alexander Salomon, Sarah Küng, Marina Häusle and Mathäus Eder for their formidable commitment, the experience we could gain together and for our time and just the way you are. We wish you continual successfulness for your studies and you, dear Sarah, a good start in Innsbruck – and of course we are looking forward to next summer, when we may meet again.
We are very happy that Marina Häusle has decided to support us furthermore within her bounds of time. We wish you the best of luck, joy and success for your studies.
Mutual laughing and celebrating makes friends come together more closely. Therefore, we hold a drawing for 3 x 2 tickets to the Bludenz’ Oktoberfest.
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We are happy to welcome student apprentices in our team during summer time this year again.
An old acquaintance is dear Jonas Wachter, who uses his break at university to support us with his expert knowledge here in Bludenz. With Alexander Salomon, Sarah Küng and Marina Häusle we are able to welcome three more nice and talented trainees in our vacation-employment-crew. Mathäus Eder too swaps his place at university for a desk in our office in Bad Ischl during summer holidays and is of great help to us.
It is important to employ student apprentices in order to provide them with an insight into daily work routine, so that young aspirants know what will be expecting them in their future everyday lives. To us it is a matter of course to impart know-how to young people, introduce them into work life and then grow mutually.
The exchange of knowledge, the possibility to gain practical experience and above all the personal acquaintance are a basement for good relationships and a future collaboration.
already said J. H. Pestalozzi, a mastermind and founder of progressive education.
As we are convinced that life is in a constant state of flux and means development, we support our employees in all their plans, especially regarding schooling and further education.
Our dear Katharina Gut was able to attend the specialised academy for media IT and media design for the last two years and last week passed with flying colours.
We sincerely congratulate you, dear Katharina, and are very happy for you!
We are happy too for our amiko marketing team, which will be able to work even better and even more professionally from now on. With your creative ideas and new knowledge we will be able to support our technicians.