Bridgens provides consulting services in infrastructure project design and engineering, construction and development, and offers full documentation support.
Vladimir Yakunin is the company’s founder. He is a Russian public figure, businessman, and former President of Russian Railways (2005-2015), Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation (2000-2002), First Deputy Minister of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation (2002-2003).
BRIDGENS – OUR MISSION
The global economy demands investment in infrastructure. Current levels of infrastructure investment are estimated at about USD 1 trillion each year, while demand is four times greater than that.
Infrastructure projects are increasingly viewed as key parts of the economic backbone that deliver a powerful synergistic effect in other areas of the national economy and society.
Bridgens knows that comprehensive infrastructure development boosts economic and social potential at global and regional levels.
Developing infrastructure – bringing us together!
GLOBAL AND REGIONAL
Bridgens specialists offer consulting services to support infrastructure projects throughout their full implementation cycle. The company’s competitive advantage is rooted in its wealth of sectoral knowledge and experience engaging international expert groups to provide business support.
Bridgens works on projects in infrastructure, energy, ecology, education, tourism, and developing industrial and economic cooperation zones.
The China – Mongolia – Russia Economic Corridor was established as a result of a trilateral agreement signed in the presence of the countries’ leadership in 2016 at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Tashkent. The Corridor is considered a key area for the confluence of the Eurasian Economic Union, the Silk Road Economic Belt, and Mongolia’s Steppe Road initiative.
The China – Mongolia – Russia Economic Corridor combines the potential of two belt development projects: Trans-Eurasian Belt Razvitie, and the Silk Road Economic Belt. In total, 32 different projects are involved in creating the corridor, half of which are about developing the transit potential of Mongolia’s infrastructure. According to data from the Mongolian side, successfully implementing these infrastructure projects will double the transit cargo traffic across Mongolia.
BRIDGENS’ ROLE IN PREPARATORY WORK AND PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
- Consulting services on project development
- Facilitating project design, engineering, and construction work on the Corridor
- Administrative support for the interaction of stakeholders in the Corridor