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Experts from various fiel­ds, inclu­ding civil, mecha­ni­cal and electri­cal engi­nee­ring, as well as eco­no­mics, natu­ral and envi­ron­men­tal sci­en­ces, form the back­bone of ILF’s human resour­ces. A poli­cy of clo­se coope­ra­ti­on in inter­na­tio­nal and inter­cul­tu­ral pro­ject teams enab­les our employees to deploy their know­ledge and expe­ri­ence to the ful­lest for suc­cess­ful­ly com­ple­ted pro­jects and for

satis­fied cli­ents. Among other things, tho­se are the creden­ti­als that have made us the glo­bal mar­ket lea­der in the field of pipe­line con­struc­tion. To enab­le us to fur­ther con­so­li­da­te our mar­ket posi­ti­on, we are loo­king for the best peop­le in all the disci­pli­nes invol­ved. A detail­ed sum­ma­ry of the main infor­ma­ti­on can be found in our  brochu­re.

The­re are many rea­sons why to work for ILF:

referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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referenceRespon­si­bi­li­ty for the lon­gest rail­way tun­nel in the world was han­ded over to SBB in late May. The com­ing mon­ths com­pri­se the last com­mis­sio­ning pha­se which, tog­e­ther with par­ti­al com­mer­cial ser vice (freight trains), will end when the time­ta­ble is chan­ged in Decem­ber 2016. Sin­ce the start in 1995 (per­mit app­li­ca­ti­on pha­se), ILF Con­sul­ting Engi­neers has been ent­rus­ted with reviewing all the struc­tu­ral com­pon­ents rele­vant for ser­vicea­bi­li­ty and load-bea­ring capa­ci­ty and has been par­ti­ci­pa­ting in several working groups and expert teams under dif­fi­cult con­di­ti­ons. We would like to thank all invol­ved par­ties for their work and congra­tu­la­te them on this success!

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„As a pro­ject mana­ger sup­por­ted by a team of experts, I was given the oppor­tu­ni­ty to inde­pendent­ly car­ry out design works for chal­len­ging pro­jects and this laid the foun­da­ti­ons for my pro­fes­sio­nal care­er with ILF.”

Kajetan M., ILF - Rum/Innsbruck
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