Basic data
Remin spol.s r.o. was established in 1990 and since its existence it has been dealing with engineering services in construction. In the course of time other activities were added to this basic and major one such as real estate brokerage, services by experts in market assessment of property, expertise in property prices, legal consultancy and support, organisation of tenders, coordination of health and safety at work, etc. The company at present offers a broad range of activities necessary for complete preparation and construction of even the most complex projects.

Remin holds the Quality Management Certificate CSN EN ISO 9001:2009 and the Environmental Management Certificate ISO 14001:2005. We are also authorised to test buildings in respect of the certification methods LEED, BREEAM and SB ToolCZ 2010.

Remin maintains a consolidated team of people whose quality and professional skills were proved by a number of built projects for local and foreign clients. The basic requirement on our output is a perfectly satisfied client and this is what we conform our entire work to.

Remin’s position on the market has been built and founded on informing the clients about a long tradition of square team dealing and on active approach to solving individual projects.

Name Remin, spol. s r.o.
Address Slezská 949/32, 120 00 Praha 2
ICO (company identification number) 00540811
DIC (tax identification number) CZ00540811
Statutory representatives Managers - Ing. Martin Beran
- Ing. Josef Chlumský
Chief clerks - Ing. Ivan Bílý
- Ing. Jiří Bolomský
Bank: ČSOB, Anglická 20, 120 00 Praha 2
Account no.: 516012563/0300
Fax: 00420 222 253 677

Organization of management
Corporate management principles are based on observance of law and principles of a legal state, generally effectual legal regulations, laws and other regulations.

Organisation of management must maintain each company department effectively organised to provide the output of high professional and formal quality fully satisfying even the highest demands of our clients.

total 36
technical and productive staff 32
administration 4
authorised engineers 8
cooperating consultants 7

Remin spol.s r.o. has been holding the Quality Certificate meeting requirements of CSN EN ISO 9001:2009 Engineering in the Construction Process since 2002. Developing the whole quality management system resulted in partial changes of the organisational and managerial structure within the company aiming at making our work even more effective. The system concerns all spheres of our activities and is defined by the following directives:

SM 01 - Signature Specimen and Organisation Rules
SM 02 - Quality Manual
SM 03 - Employment Rules
SM 04 - Metrology Rules
SM 05 - Rules of Health and Safety at Work
SM 07 - Documents Management
SM 09 - Company Operation Management
SM 10 - System of Development Engineering Control
SM 11 - Personnel Management
SM 12 - Design and Development
SM 13 - Accounting
SM 14 - Software Rules and Final Copy

Company basic carrier activities are developed to the following methods:

PP 01 - Engineering
PP 02 - Client Changes Management Manual
PP 03 - Project Management
PP 04 - Tendering
PP 05 - Prohibited Materials
PP 07 - Specification of Documents during Construction
PP 08 - Easements
PP 09 - Project Management

Certification among others allowed unifying our company’s output for all projects and maintaining a unified standard of provided services.

We understand the process of permanent increasing of the quality of our work as a never-ending process.


Remin spol.s r.o. has been holding the Environmental Management System Certificate meeting requirements of CSN EN ISO 14001:2005 Engineering in the Construction Process since 2011. By implementing this system our company aims at putting into practice the policy and goals building on legal regulations and information on important environmental aspects. The system has been developed for our company’s needs and defined by the following regulations:

SM 15 - Environmental Protection
SM 16 - Environmental Management Manual


In order to upgrade and extend our services, we also have added among our services controlling and assessing the complex quality of buildings by the LEED, BREEAM and SBToolCZ methods. For this purpose Remin, spol. s r.o. has available duly trained and appropriately certified personnel licensed to assess buildings using the herein stated methods.

REMIN spol. s r.o. - ACTIVITIES

Remin spol. s r.o. is licensed to provide the following services in compliance with the précis from the Commercial Register:

- engineering and technical services in construction
- construction design
- construction including changes, maintenance and removal of buildings
- organisational and economic consultancy
- real estate agency
- purchasing of goods for further sale, and sale – except for goods specified in the appendix to the Act 455/91 Coll. on licensed businesses and goods excluded by this Act
- lease of real estate, residential and non-residential areas without provision of other than basic services related to lease
- real estate business

The primary and most important activity of our company are engineering and technical services in construction. These may be divided in three principal parts:
  1. Job preliminaries - the following services belong to this category:
    • changes of zoning plans / development of new zoning plans
    • changes and development of regulatory plans and planning studies
    • planning permit procedure – negotiation of documentation for the planning permit proceeding with public authorities, owners and operators of the infrastructure, provision of valid planning permits
    • building permit procedure – negotiation of documentation with public authorities, owners and operators of the infrastructure, provision of valid building permits
    • water rights proceeding and other proceedings in the framework of the preliminaries subject to special regulations and codes – negotiation with public authorities, provision of valid permission
    • feedback to designers – negotiation of requirements from public authorities and other involved parties, implementation into documentation
    • support to a client in respect of legal and ownership rights, easements negotiation
    • construction–economic consultations – economic return rate, selection of best technical solutions, optimisation of the project
  2. Construction - the following services belong to this category:
    • project management
    • technical supervision
    • financial management
    • tendering of contractors
    • coordination of heath and safety at work
  3. Expertise
    • support to a client in respect of legal and ownership rights
    • project assessment
    • expert evaluation of property
    • assessment of investment plans


Specification of services
Project management is generally a system of theoretical and practical management, knowledge and skills usually including planning, organizing, coordinating, controlling, decision making and leading all components participating in the project aiming at the maximum satisfaction of a client.

Project realisation phases may be defined as follows:
  1. development of planning reference documents
  2. development of land use planning documentation
  3. development of a feasibility study
  4. architectural design
  5. development of documentation for planning permission including procurement of a decision on location of the project
  6. development of documentation for building permission including provision of building permission
  7. development of execution documentation
  8. development of tender documents
  9. tender
  10. contracting the main contractor
  11. construction management from the position of a project manager
  12. cooperation during completion
When preliminaries end, that is after building permission is issued, contract of work worked out with the contractor, and execution projects are developed the project manager does in the first place the following:
  1. manages and coordinates all participants in construction, that is the architect, contractor, price consultant, technical resident surveyor, architect’s supervisor and others who may also take part in the process of construction;
  2. deals with public authorities in order to solve problems related to realisation of the project
  3. procures, controls and manages activities supporting client’s interest, that is the technical resident surveyor, architect’ supervisor, etc., and legal support and price consultancy, if necessary;
  4. consistently follows the client information system – regular reporting on progress on site, management and organisation of site meetings, etc.;
  5. controls progress on site in respect of time, quality and financing;
  6. coordinates and deals with emergencies, project changes, etc.;
  7. prepares all necessary papers and documents for investor’s decision making in matters that do not belong among competencies of the authorised project manager and particularly matters related to changes of prices and deadlines;
  8. represents the owner at the takeover and in compliance with the contract for work with the contractor, physically controls the completed work including hand-over documents;
  9. cooperates with the client in course of completion of the project – Certificate of Completion. Assessment of the project, completion of documentation, etc.
The project manager therefore represents the owner based on and in the extent of his authorisation in relation to all participants in construction in order to perform and complete the Work within the range and quality specified in the contract for work and other documents so that all client’ requirements and interests would be met in every respect.


Definition of the scope of work

  1. Preliminaries
    1. Takes over the project, contracts with contractors, statements from public authorities (approvals, precautions and binding standpoints) as well as documents they refer to and acquaints him/herself with their content and conditions.
    2. He/she is present (or organizes) site handover to the main contractor, either as a whole or in parts.
    3. Controls whether the main contractor set up a Building Log Book (BLB), put down on the cover page all mandatory data and confirmed the takeover of appropriate documents, information, data and setting out necessary to start preliminaries and construction; records all this in the BLB.

  2. Construction
    1. Represents the investor in dealing with contractors, public authorities, pertinent professional organisations and other partners involved in the project.
    2. Performs permanent technical supervision over works, controls abidance to general technical requirements on construction, standards and other technical regulations.
    3. Acquaints him/herself with documents according to which construction is prepared and particularly with the execution project, contracts for work with the main contractor, technology contractor, and architect, with the content of the water-right permission, building permission and planning permission.
    4. Controls that conditions of building permission and measures applied by the state construction inspectorate are duly followed.
    5. Manages distribution of project documents to participants in the project in compliance with rules set down by the investor.
    6. Chairs regular site meetings at agreed intervals. Prepares minutes of meeting and distributes them accordingly.
    7. Monitors administration of the building and field logbook in compliance with contractual conditions agreed between the investor and building and technology contractors.
    8. Secures that the architect systematically complements realization documentation and records documentation of completed parts of the project.
    9. Negotiates project amendments and variations not increasing construction costs, not exceeding the completion date, and not aggravating construction parameters of the build, other amendments and variations including all those decreasing quantities (volumes) of work as compared with the project according to the previous paragraph, submits them together with his/her own statement to the investor’s responsible representative before performing such variations.
    10. Monitors the quality of performed work and, if unsatisfactory, he/she requires the contractor to remedy poorly performed work, or, in the form of an entry in the BLB, he/she may request such poor work removed and newly performed.
    11. Controls that material, structures, machines and equipment are duly stored.
    12. Upon the investor’s call and under contractually agreed conditions examines parts of works planned to be later concealed or inaccessible.
    13. Cooperates with the architect’ supervisor in order to secure compliance of deliverables and works with the project.
    14. Cooperates with the architect and contractors during the design process and implementation of measures resulting in remedying any possible defects of the project.
    15. Controls whether the main contractor and his subcontractors conduct specified tests of materials and structures and register documents on quality and/or properties and record these data in the BLB. He/she takes over and archives documents proving the quality of performed work and deliverables (attests, protocols, revisions, etc.)
    16. Cooperates with main contractor’s staff and effectively assists them in order to prevent damage to property, life and health during emergencies. Controls abidance to health and safety at work and fire prevention regulations.
    17. In course of construction implements ideas aiming at more economical operation (use) of the completed building.
    18. Reports archaeological findings.
    19. Controls quality of the Work in compliance with the main contractor’s Quality Plan, Control and Test Plans.
    20. Controls whether the main contractor supplies materials and products in compliance with the project documents, commercial specifications and approved samples.
    21. He/she is not entitled without investor’s prior approval issue any instruction to the main contractor resulting in extra costs or expenses incurred to the investor. In case of emergency he/she must inform the investor immediately after discovering it, even during the weekend or public holidays.
    22. Without prior approval from the mandator’s representative he/she is not entitled to change the project in respect of its scope and quality of work, change the type of used materials, the completion date, and other substantial appurtenances of the concluded contacts.
    23. Informs the investor on all serious circumstances occurring during construction.

  3. Handover, takeover, completion
    1. He/she is present at individual and complex tests, measurements (noise, light, emissions, etc.)

    • He/she is present at commissioning during the phase before issuing building permission, or warranty tests.

    1. Takes over and controls documents necessary for issuing of the Certificate of Completion and operation of the building.

    • Performs the final checking of the completed Work and prepares a list of snags and outstanding issues as part of the handover proceeding.
    • Controls whether documents handed over by the main contractor are complete. He/she is present during the handover procedure.

    1. Controls whether the main contractor removes all snags and outstanding issues.

    • Organizes / participates in the final inspection
    • Controls whether the main contractor removed all snags and outstanding issues discovered during the final inspection by the agreed dates.
    • Controls evacuation of the building site.
  1. Study, investment plan
  • Develops the concept of the financial plan for preliminaries and implementation of the investment plan.
  • Analyses possible study or investment plan costs.
  • Analyses costs from the perspective of possible alternatives.
  1. Project preliminaries
  • Prepares an estimate of construction costs per each construction phase, i.e. documents for planning and building procedures.
  • Provides interactive assistance in course of implementing input data from the project in respect of cost optimisation.
  • Analyses cost impact of alternative work methods, technologies, and used materials.
  • Monitors and submits alternatives of savings, performs cost optimisation.
  • Plays an active role within the design team and cooperates with all members. He/she is regularly present at site meetings.
  • Regularly informs the client by periodical reports.
  1. Tender
  • Coordinates all participants involved in the tender.
  • Develops the Bill of Quantities.
  • Prepares tender documents, standard tender forms, pricing documents, etc.
  • Prepares instructions and guides tenderers.
  • Cooperates during preparation of the contract for work and general contractual terms and conditions.
  • Distributes tender documents, interviews tenderers, organizes queries and answers, generally administers contacts with tenderers.
  • Assesses bids and particularly from the perspective of their meeting tender conditions and price calculation. Issues the tender report.
  • Assists during preparation of the final draft of the contract for work and general contractual terms and conditions.
  1. Construction
  • Together with the main contractor he/she manages construction costs and complete financial agenda.
  • Controls main contractor’s suggestions regarding prices of works, deliverables, and/or quantities in case of any variations of the Work.
  • Controls and updates prices in respect of changes of the Work, time plan or project phasing.
  • Regularly assesses the percentage of completion in respect of costs and the financial plan.
  • Negotiates all variations to the Work in respect of contractual conditions and cost impacts (extra work, less work).
  • Continuously records the percentage of completion of variations and other financial parameters of the project with respect to the contractual price of the Work. Regularly reports.
  • Settles, controls and delivers payments to the main contractor.
  • Manages financing of client changes, keeps records, negotiates, reports.
  • Proposes and manages invoicing, manages and organises circulation of documents.
  • Analyses main contractor’s requirements, negotiates them and submits proposals to settle disputes.
  • He/she is regularly present at site meetings.
  • Updates pricing in course of construction in respect of progress on site, variations, client changes, modification of the time plan, project phasing, etc.
  • Final financial assessment of the Work.
  • Prepares the statement for completion of the project, takeover respective issuing of the Certificate of Practical Completion.
  1. Manages the process of client changes since the formal handover from the marketing team to the handover of complete documents to pertinent members of the project team.
  2. If requested by the marketing team he/she is present at negotiations with the client even before concluding applicable contracts.
  3. Takes over and controls documents handed over by the marketing team.
  4. After meeting client’s conditions he/she commissions the project documents to the architect. Submits the architect’s quotation for processing these changes to the marketing team for approval.
  5. If necessary during the design process he/she organises client change site meetings in order to keep the client updated on the project development.
  6. Submits the completed project to the client for approval. He/she at the same time hands over the project documents to the main contractor for pricing (Change Notification).
  7. Submits the draft of the client change to the price consultant and the marketing team for review.
  8. Submits the price draft to the client approved by the price consultant and the marketing team and the draft of the appendix to the contract.
  9. After the client signs the contract he/she procures that the appropriate number of copies of documents are produced and formally handed over to the project team, i.e. to the client, main contractor, price consultant, technical resident surveyor, and manager of client changes instructing them to start work. The condition for issuing this instruction is that the client has:

    • - signed the appendix
    • - paid the non-refundable fee for assessment of the client change
    • - will pay the price for client changes
    • Prepares and hands over the Change Order to the main contractor.

  10. Administers clear and complete records of client changes.
HEALTH AND SAFETY COORDINATOR Health and safety coordinator’s scope of work is defined by the Act 309/2006 Coll. and modified by statutory rule 591/2006 Coll.
Duties before commencement of construction
  1. To hand over to the client a list of legal regulations related to the project, information on health and safety risks, and other documents necessary for due maintaining health and safety at work.
  2. To hand all information on health and safety and any available health risk over to the architect and the main contractor, if any, affecting their work.
  3. To suggest and recommend technical solutions or organisational measures particularly appropriate for planning of works in respect of health and safety.
  4. To provide professional consultations and recommendations regarding requirements on health and safety during construction.
  • To ensure that the ‘Health and Safety Plan’ contains data, information and methods used to maintain health and safety at work and is approved and signed by all at this time known contactors; or he/she has to develop the Health and Safety Plan.
  1. To ensure that requirements related to health and safety at maintenance work are prepared.
Duties during construction
  1. To inform all involved contractors on health and safety risks occurring at the site during construction.
  • To notify the main contractor of shortcomings regarding application of health and safety requirements discovered at the site and claim correction.
  • To inform the client about cases according to item 2 unless the main contractor immediately adopted reasonable measures to correct such a situation.
  • To coordinate cooperation between contractors resulting in correct maintenance of health and safety at work.
  • To suggest and recommend upon the client’s request technical solutions or measures appropriate for maintenance of health and safety at work.
  • To cooperate on defining the time necessary for safe execution of each particular work.
  • To monitor performance of work at the site focusing on health and safety, to point to discovered insufficiencies and to claim correction.
  • To take part in site inspections to which he/she was invited by the building authority according to a special legal regulation.
  • To suggest dates for site meetings of contractors regarding compliance with the ’Health and Safety Plan’ and to organise them.
  • To follow whether contractors adhere to the ’Health and Safety Plan’ and negotiate with them adoption of measures and deadlines for correction of discovered shortcomings.
  • To produce minutes on discovered shortcomings regarding health and safety he/she demonstrably reported to the main contractor; to record data on whether and how these shortcomings were corrected.
REMIN spol. s r. o., Slezská 949/32, 120 00 Praha 2. fax: +420 222 253 677, email: