List of projects accomplished by “Kazdorproject” LLP, which was partially financed by international banks


Name of the project
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, “Aktobe-Martuk-Russian border” section, Aktobe, Aktobe region, Quality control Egis Bceom International, France
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, Agreement 2010-2-WB/CS В, South-Kazakhstan region, Quality control Scott Wilson Ltd, UK GZAMSHENPROJECTLTD, Georgia
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, Agreement 2010-1-WB/CS, Aktobe, South-Kazakhstan region, Quality control Institute IGH d.d., Croatia, Kyrgyzdorpoject, Kyrgyzstan
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, Agreement 2012-ADB/CS , Aktobe, Zhambul region, Quality control SNC-LAVALIN INTERNATIONAL INC, Canada
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, Agreement 2009-3-WB/CS , Aktobe, Kyzylorda region, Quality control  
From 2010 till 2013 “West Europe – West China” international transit corridor, 536-593km, 483-536km and 260-305km sections in Zhambul region, Quality control Dar Al-Handasah Consultunts, Lebanon
From 2005 till 2007 Atyrau-Aktau motor road, 4 sections with total length 398 km, Quality control Finn Road, Finland
From 2003 till 2003 Borovoe-Kokshetau-Petropavlovsk motor road, Feasibility study ECIL, Pakistan
From 2002 till 2005 Almaty-Bishkek road, 205 km, Quality control Halcrow, UK, Temelsu, Turkey
From 2001 till 2005 Roads rehabilitation in West Kazakhstan, 952 km, Detailed design, Tender documentation, Quality control Nippon Koei, Japan, Padeco, Japan
From 2001 till 2002 Almaty-Bishkek motor road, 205 km, Detailed design, Tender documentation Louis Berger, USA ECIL, Pakistan
From 2000 till 2001 Karaganda-Astana road, 228km, Detailed design, Tender documentation EngineeringConsultant Int. Ltd., Pakistan
From 2000 till 2001 Quality control of ferry-boat wharf reconstruction in Aktau sea port Tractebel Development Engineering Belgium
From 1999 till 2000 International transport corridors in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. PostBuckleyInternational USA
1999 Roads rehabilitation in West Kazakhstan, 952 km . PADECO Japan
1999 Almaty-Gulshad motor road, 351 km, Detailed design, Tender documentation Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick England
1998 Karaganda-Astana road, 228 km, Feasibility study. Engineering Consultant Int. Ltd., Pakistan
1998 Standards for road design and construction in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan Japan Overseas Consultants CO., Japan, Wilbur Smith Associates, USA
From 1997 till 2001 Gulshad-Akchatau road, 192 km, Quality control Post Buckley USA
1997 Almaty-Georgievka road, 205 km, Feasibility study Consulting Engineering Services ( India )
From 1997 till 1999 Reconstruction of sea-port in Aktay, Quality control . PosfordDuvivier UnitedKingdom
From 1997 till 1998 Akchatau-Karaganda road, 215 km, Detailed design, Tender documentation Finnroad, Finland
From 1996 till 1997 Gulshad-Akchatau road, 192 km, Detailed design, Tender documentation JapanOverseasConsultantsCO., Ltd, Japan Wilbur Smith Associates, USA
1995 Gulshad-Karaganda road, 407 km, Feasibility study Louis Berger USA



  • State program for road network improvement and development, “Dorogi Kazakhstana”, till 2010.

  • Developmental program for highways of international value.

  • National road traffic safety program.

  • Scheme of car service building and installation locations.

  • Environmental impact assessment manual for company activities at pre-plan, preliminary design and project documentation development stages.

  • “Environmental safety at road design” project standard.

  • “Roads development, traffic management and safety” project standard

  • Standards of road land allocation

  • Portfolio of road structure, strengthened with:- phosphoric granulated slag ; furnace dust; bauxite sludge ; – naturalbituminous rock (kirs)


  • Catalogue of road-building materials and industrial wastes sources, and how to use them to repair and construct the roads.
  •  FS for Almaty-Khorgos road reconstruction, 2005.

  •  FS for Karaganda-Astana (transfer to category I) road reconstruction, 2005.

  •  FS for “Aktobe region border – Aralsk – Kyzylorda – Turkestan – Shymkent” road reconstruction, 2004.

  •  FS for Aktau-Atyrau road reconstruction, 2002.

  •  FS for “Beineu-Akzhigit-Uzbekistan border” road construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation, 2002.

  •  FS for “Karabulak-Irgiz-Region border” road construction, 2002.

  • International transport corridors, financed by the Asian bank of development, 2000.

  •  West Kazakhstan roads rehabilitation, project was financed by the Japan Foundation for international cooperation, 1999.

  • Karaganda-Astana road, project was financed by the Muslim bank of development, 1999.

  • Almaty-Georgievka road (Kyrgyzstan border), project was financed by the Asian bank of development, 1998.

  •  Kazakhstan roads rehabilitation; project was financed by the Asian bank of development. Gulshad-Karaganda road reconstruction justification, 407 km, applying HDM-VOC economic model.

  •  Kyzylorda-Bukhara road, 205 km section, watered lands, barkhan sands, saline soil.

  •  Atyrau-Kulsary road, 138 km, sands, saline soils, under flooding from Caspian sea.

  •  Almaty-Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan)-Naryn-Torugart passage(China border) road, 780 km.

  •  Uzyn-Agach-Bystrovka road, part of Almaty-Islamabad-Karachi highway, 87 km, mountains, drilling-and-blasting, anti-avalanche structures, retaining walls.

  • Almaty-Akmola road with an access to Borovskaya resort, 1516 km.

  • Aksai-Chunja-Koljat road, 50 km.

  • Zhaksy-Esil-Buzuluk road, 82 km.

  • “Russian border (Yekaterinburg) – Almaty” road, 123 km.

  • “Russian border – Uralsk – Aktobe” road reconstruction.

  • Almaty-Bishkek road, 205 km.

  • West Kazakhstan roads rehabilitation, 952 km.

  • Road interchange with different levels at Seifullin and Ryskulov avenues crossing in Almaty city.

  • Tashkentskaya ring-road reconstruction, length 62 km, category I, suburb of 3 million population city; road interchange with different levels; seismicity of 8 points, traffic way broadening from 4 till 6-8 lanes (taking into account trolley-bus traffic).

  • Karaganda-Astana road, 228 km, project was financed by the Muslim bank of development with the participation of Ministry of transport and communication.

  • Gulshad-Karaganda road, 407 km, part of Almaty-Akmola highway, includes 2 sections:   Gulshad – Akchatau, 192 km, financed by the Asian bank of  Development; Akchatau-Karaganda, 512 km, financed by the World bank.

  • Almaty-Gulshad road, financed by the World bank and executed together with UK company Scott Wilson Kirkpatric.

  • Almaty-Oskemen road, 100 km section, category I, Arkharly mountain passage, rocky soil, road interchange with different levels, events dedicated to traffic safety.

  • Karaganda – Zheskazgan road, 520 km, road passes through the semi desert landscape, saline soil sections. It was first time in CIS when home-produced equipment designed for the fast construction of “Autograde” type of highways was tested during cement concrete road surface construction.

  • Almaty-Yekaterinburg road, 340 km section, category II, rocky soil, barkhan sands, watered lands, road interchange with different levels, seismic activity.

  • Almaty – Tashkent road, Almaty – Uzunagash section, 80 km, category I, piedmont populous region, seismicity of 8-9 points.

  • Irtish – Karaganda road, 400 km, category III, passes through the cognominal channel in the semi desert back-country.

  • Almaty – Kapshagai road, 80 km, category I, main section of Almaty – Oskemen highway, road interchange with different levels at slanting intersections. Seismicity of 8-9 points.

  • Roads in Atyrau regions leading to Tengiz oilfield, 225 km, categories II and III, water drain unsecured when heavily saline soil, barkhan sands, road protection from under flooding from the Caspian sea, advanced technologies for natural bituminous rock (kirs) implementation for paving purposes.

  • Roads in Kirovskaya and Orlovskaya regions, Russia, 370 km, water drain unsecured, soft ground, swamps, peat bogs when heavily saline soil. Special constructive decisions to insure strength and competence of the road bed, regulation of its water-thermal regime. Cement concrete road surface.

  • Access way to Shubarkulskoe coal strip mine in Karaganda region, 100 km, heavy hauler pass, using industrial wastes for road surface.

  • Highways of technical category I to bypass Almaty, Karaganda, Temirtau cities.

  • Almaty – Narinkol road, 330 km, mountain passages with highway spiral, retaining walls, hillside artificial constructions.

  • Road along the Bolshoi Almatinsky channel, 150 km, watered lands, soft collapsible soils, special artificial constructions: aqueducts, water outlets, steep canals.

  • Oskemen – Ziryanovsk road, 60 km section, collapsible soils, landslides, rockslides, mountains, retaining walls, highway spirals, artificial constructions, mountain river with ice mounds, mudflows.

  • Mukry – Taldykorgan road, 48 km, by-passing living areas, irrigated agriculture at watered lands, collapsible soils.

  • Industrial roads of West-Siberian iron factory in Kemerovo region, Russia, 60 km. Heavy haulers, swamps, collapsible soils, built-up area, industrial zone with disposal and dirt pile.

  • Intrafarm roads of different categories in Almaty and East-Kazakhstan regions, 420 km, in broken, mountain and highland regions, highway spirals, retaining walls, hillside constructions, ice mounds, avalanches, swamps, collapsible soil.

  • Intrafarm roads in Orlov, Perm, Kirov and Irkutsk regions, Russia, 177 km.

  • Access to Oi-Karagaisk brown coal deposit in Almaty region, 50 km, highlands passage, landslides, snow avalanches, rockslides, ice mounds, mudflows.

  • Kyzylorda – Kumkol road, 200 km, semi desert zone, barkhan sands, saline soils.

  • Shetpe – Karazhanbas – Kalamkas road, 240 km, semi desert zone, barkhan sands, saline soil, and road protection from the Caspian Sea run-ups.

  • Almaty – Bishkek road, 205 km.

  • West Kazakhstan roads rehabilitation, 952 km.

  • Gulshad – Akchatau road, quality control, project was executed together with the Japan J O C company and US Willburg-Smith company, and was financed by the Asian bank of development.

  • Sea-port reconstruction in Akrau, quality control.

  • Reconstruction of ferry-boat wharf in Aktau sea port.


  • Master plan for Kazakhstan big bridges construction and reconstruction till 2005.

  • Technical solutions for existing bridges broadening (with add-on plates and side-tables).

  • Type design of bridge superstructures, footing and conduit pipes: – bridge superstructures made of the composite pre-stressed reinforced concrete, 21m and 24 m length and small weight; – prefabricated and monolithic bridge footing; – Continuous decks (33m long main span across the I category road); – conduit pipes with lowered, non-typical metal content.

  • Practical policies for designing reinforced concrete bridges over the roads.

  • Practical policies for designing retaining walls on the roads.


  • Bridge over Syr-Darya river in Kyzylorda, length 305,82m; size G11,5x2x1,5m, superstructures made of steel and reinforced concrete, cut superstructures and continuous decks according to scheme 2х42+(3х42)+2х42m, with 42m spans. Footing based on drilled piers D=1,5 m, constructed by the KATO installation, depth 35m. Regulating constructions are afflux banks of total length 155m.

  • Viaduct through the railway near Vishnevka village, Karaganda – Astana road, project was financed by the Muslim bank of development.

  • Transport junction viaduct-flyover in Almaty, crossing of Seifullin and Ryskulov avenues. Total length 310 m, size of roadway 2(G-17,75)+2х0,75m. Superstructure made of reinforced concrete; viaduct made of framed structure (arched outline) according to scheme 20,7+41,0+20,7; flyover made of pre-stressed plates of 18m length, scheme 2(6х18). Footing based on drilled piers foundation D=1,5m, length up to 25 m.

  • Bridge across the Kurty River, Almaty – Gulshad road, project was financed by the World bank.

  • Bridges reconstruction on Gulshad – Akchatau – Karaganda road, project was financed by the Asian bank of development and World Bank.

  • Passage over Ural River with 2 bridges of 490m and 1700m length. Bridge above the main watercourse is made of metal frames (with low ride), length 125m. Bridge at the bottom-land is made of reinforced concrete bars (72 spans 22m length each) and metal frame of 84m length. Footing basement consists of tubular piles D=3m, depth 30-40m.

  • “Almaty – Medeo skating rink” road has 3 spanned bridge of individual design, uncut frame system, made of prefabricated and monolithic reinforced concrete, length 70m, located at the horizontal radius curve of 100m and 8% slope, region has seismic activity of 9 points.

  • Bridges over Ishim River, near the Buzuluk, Yekaterinburg-Almaty road, length 200m according to scheme 33+48+63+48 m, individual design, frame overhead system, sunk shaft foundation.

  • Bridges over Syr-Darya River, near Baltakolsky, Bairkumsky and Shaueldersky villages. Length 350-380m. Superstructure made of reinforced concrete bars each 33cm length with extension to continuous decks with 42m spans. Deep footing foundation with no cross construction, tubular pipes D=1,6m, length 30-40m.

  • Bridge over Syr-Darya River in Kyzylorda. Length 306m, superstructure made of steel and reinforced concrete, cut superstructures and continuous decks according to scheme 2х42+(3х42)+2х42m, with 42m spans. Footing based on drilled piers D=1,5m, constructed by the KATO installations, depth 30-40m. Regulating constructions are retaining walls made of metal and reinforced concrete joggle of 14m length.

  • Bridge over Bukhtarma river (East Kazakhstan) – 390m, superstructure according to scheme (3х63м)х2, continuous decks made of steel and reinforced concrete. Bridge is located in Bukhtarminskoe reservoir pinch zone which has extreme ice occurrences (ice ridges can reach 5-6 m). Footings are made of tubular pipes D=1,6m, depth 20m.

  • Viaducts of individual design on transport junctions at Tashkent by-pass, located at horizontal and vertical curves, calculated seismicity is 8 points.

  • 70m long transport tunnel in Shymkent is designed to fit the highway with 4 driving lanes, under the existing railway and motor road. Access roads are constructed as frames with retaining walls. Calculated seismicity is 8 points.

Technical solutions of bridgework take into account the specific conditions of Kazakhstan rivers: not enough knowledge of hydrological regime, water flow distribution through river with unpredictable concentration of flood on gut, weak or stone and pebble soil with the high level of ground water (often aggressive to concrete), high seismicity of the most Kazakhstan territory, mudflows and ice mound. All these conditions require innovative technical solutions, and most of all, concerning regulatory and coast-protection structures (optimal location, configuration and construction, resistant to abrasive effect of stony soils, brought by water flow).

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