INHUS – new brand of Markučiai group
Markučiai group of companies implementing projects of prefabricated reinforced concrete and steel structures in Lithuania and abroad is changing its brand to INHUS. The step is aimed at providing customers with a clearer representation of the markedly enlarged portfolio of the group services.
INHUS will focus on design–build structure project delivery uniting the design, manufacturing and construction companies with new names INHUS Engineering, INHUS Prefab, and INHUS Construction, which previously operated under the names Concretus Designers, Konstruktorių Cechas, Markučiai, and RCP Construction.
"Today we offer a simplified project implementation process to our customers as we ourselves assume full responsibility for the design of building structures, manufacturing, logistic solutions and installation of structures at site. We have been implementing design–build projects actively in Lithuania and Scandinavian countries and have felt the need to renew and form an image that would be more attractive to the international market for several years already," the Director General of INHUS Group Audrius Tulaba states.
According to the manager, the expectations and needs of customers for the implementation of the projects are constantly rising. "As we are working with the largest Lithuanian, Scandinavian construction companies and real property developers, we must meet the international safety, quality, ecology and other requirements. After the brand renewal, we will continue expanding, by investing in employee’s competence grow, implementing advanced technologies, and increasing production capacity. Our aim is greater value and more convenience to our customers," the head of INHUS Group points out.
Some of the most distinct projects implemented by the group include Statoil office building in Norway, in the area behind the polar circle, Myresjöhus football stadium of 12,000 seats in Sweden, Munksjo residential quarter in Sweden, with the construction area exceeding 60,000 sq m, Clarion Hotel Helsinki – the highest hotel in Finland, IBIS Hotel in Vilnius, Vilmestos Projektai residential quarters in Pilaitė district in Vilnius, etc.