Our head office is in Siófok, next to Lake Balaton, but we undertake projects across the whole country. Our employees are highly qualified: four have university degrees in engineering and six are qualified technicians, and we are constantly improving the skills they need for the tasks at hand through further training.
2009At the start of 2009 our company acquired ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System certification.
Our company is a preferred supplier to the MOL Group, Hungary's largest oil and gas company.
The overall management of the company is performed by the Managing Director, who directly supervises the firm’s technical and administrative departments.
The technical department is headed by the Chief Engineer, who, besides conducting the technical oversight of projects, performs planning tasks and operates the Integrated Management System. The Technical Director at the department participates in the preparation and implementation of projects, with the help of quantity surveyors.
Site management is performed by five project supervisors who, depending on the size of the project, manage the construction works either together, though representing their respective departments, or separately.
The firm’s administrative matters are seen to by two employees.
Our blue-collar personnel are generally teams that we put together for the purpose of implementing the construction work; bricklayers, tilers, joiners and locksmiths. We work with a permanent team of tried and tested subcontractors.
progression OF OUR COMPANY
The business has grown continuously since it was established, by adapting to the needs of the market. In addition, in the autumn of 2013 the firm purchased a 100% stake in HZP Építőanyag-kereskedő Kft, which had been operating in Siófok for 20 years.
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The work we do is of high quality, and is designed to meet all relevant social, environmental and client needs.
We are constantly developing the skills and knowledge of our staff through training; we monitor the latest developments in technology and in technological processes, and we continuously integrate the best of these into our work. We aim to constantly improve the satisfaction of our customers by developing our tools, and by raising the standard of our activities both technically and in terms of economic efficiency.
Magasépítő ’99 Kft. is committed to fully meeting the quality requirements of its customers while complying with all the relevant regulations and standards.
Our main goal is to fully understand and meet our clients’ needs, using a highly efficient and constantly improving integrated quality management system.
Domestic and international requirements related to environmental protection are becoming increasingly exacting, and have already become a significant cost factor in themselves.
During its activities, our company displays a high degree of responsibility towards the natural environment. It takes steps to protect natural and human resources. Consequently, it is able to conduct its activities safely, its reputation is growing, and its competitiveness is strengthening.
To achieve this, it is essential to harness cutting-edge knowhow and innovation, develop the creativity of staff and ensure that employees are fully motivated. Our Environmental Management System, which is certified in accordance with Hungarian standard MSZ EN ISO 14001:2005, has been contributing to this objective since the start of 2010.
Safe implementation of building and construction work This means safety for our own staff as well as for the workers employed by our subcontractors.
Health and safety at work can only be assured if appropriate preventive and preparatory measures are taken. Our colleagues who work on construction projects know that observing safety regulations does not hinder production, but does just the opposite; these are measures employed in their own interest, measures that assure their own personal safety and, in turn, the security of their families.
The MSZ 28001:2008 Health and Safety Management system that was introduced and accredited in 2012 is at the core of implementing these safety measures.