09.04.2021

Oslo T-bane: CBTC project reaches important milestone

Oslo has an extensive metro network, the oldest in Scandinavia. Five lines serve 101 stations, and, in the central section, trains run every minute. Today, three different interlocking technologies are in use, some of which are already quite old. Over the next few years, operations will be converted to the communication-based train control system CBTC. At the beginning of February, four suppliers submitted initial offers for the system’s introduction and operation in the following twenty-five years. R+R supports the customer Sporveien with the evaluation of offers and the upcoming negotiations.

07.04.2021

ETCS introduction in Finland

As part of the Europe-wide introduction of the interoperable train control system ETCS, Finland is examining the right strategy for the country. Fintraffic Rail develops pioneering digital solutions under the “Digirail” label. By the beginning of 2020, a wide range of variants had been presented, for which R + R provided rough estimates of the life cycle costs. In the meantime, Fintraffic Rail has derived an ideal solution and has examined it in depth. At the beginning of 2021, R + R developed a refined cost estimate and compared it with the costs of a fallback solution. In addition, R + R supports the assessment of cost uncertainty and the cost consequences of risks.

22.09.2020

N1, Extension of the Zurich Northern Bypass

On September 22nd, 2020, the third tube of the Gubrist motorway tunnel was broken through after 1,000 days of construction work and an excavation length of about 3,000m. Thus, an important milestone of the N1 Zurich Northern Bypass extension project was finally reached.

However, the work continues. Within the next two years, the construction of the roadway, the interior fittings and the installation of operating and safety equipment will follow. After completion of the third tube, three lanes will be provided for Bern-bound traffic. Commissioning and opening for regular traffic are expected to take place at the end of 2022.

News
09.04.2021
Oslo T-bane: CBTC project reaches important milestone
07.04.2021
ETCS introduction in Finland
22.09.2020
N1, Extension of the Zurich Northern Bypass

Dr. Jost Lüking

Dr. rer. pol., Dipl. Volkswirt

+41 56 203 72 40
lueking@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft
  • Verkehrsökonomie
  • Verkehrspolitik
  • Managementberatung,
  • Projektleitungen

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Situations- und Zielanalyse
  • Projektbenchmarking
  • Bewertung
  • Promotion
  • Budgetierung
  • Finanzierung
  • Controlling

Betrieb und Erhaltung von Verkehrsnetzen:

  • Prozessanalyse
  • Kostenstudien
  • Qualitäts- und Produktivitätsverbesserung
  • Ermittlung Erneuerungs- und Modernisierungsbedarf

Consulting:

  • Management- und Politikberatung
  • Forschung in den Bereichen Eisenbahn, Strasse, Luftverkehr

Christoph Marti

Dipl. Bauingenieur ETH

+41 56 203 72 64
marti@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Verkehrsingenieurwesen (Strasse, Schiene)
  • Projektmanagement
  • Datenanalyse und Modellierung

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Bauherrenunterstützung
  • Projektleitung
  • Projektcontrolling
  • Submissionswesen
  • Fachberatung Verkehr

Beratung:

  • Infrastrukturplanung Strasse und Schiene
  • Zustandsanalyse, Unterhalt und Erneuerungsstrategien
  • Benchmarking Betrieb und Unterhalt
  • Grundlagendaten und Modelle für Verkehrsingenieurwesen

Michel Thomet

Dipl. Bauingenieur FH

+41 56 203 72 41
thomet@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Bauingenieurwesen (Strasse, Schiene)
  • Projektmanagement
  • Projektierung
  • Realisierung

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Erhaltungs- und Investitionsplanung
  • Projektcontrolling
  • Submissionswesen
  • Projekt- und Bauleitung

Beratung:

  • Infrastrukturplanung Strasse und Schiene
  • Programm-Management
  • Benchmarking und Erhaltungsmanagement Schiene

Renato Käppeli

Dipl. Bauingenieur ETH/SVI
Wirtschaftsingenieur FH

+41 56 203 72 62
kaeppeli@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Verkehrsplanung (Strassenverkehr und Öffentlicher Verkehr)
  • Eisenbahntechnik
  • Projektmanagement

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Gesamtprojektleitungen
  • Projektbewertungen
  • Managementberatung

Beratung:

  • Klassisches Verkehrsingenieurwesen
  • Infrastrukturplanung Strasse und Schiene
  • Verkehrssicherheitskonzepte
  • Angebotskonzepte im öffentlichen Verkehr
  • Kostenbenchmarking
  • Infrastruktur
  • Betrieb und Erhaltung

Klaus-Peter Liedtke

Dipl. Volkswirt

+41 56 203 72 62
kaeppeli@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft
  • Verkehrsökonomie
  • Verkehrspolitik
  • Statistik

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Situationsanalysen
  • Projektbewertungen
  • Variantenvergleiche
  • technisch-wirtschaftliche Abklärungen

Studien:

  • Betrieb und Erhaltung von Verkehrsnetzen
  • Prozessanalysen
  • Bewertungsmethoden/Kosten-Nutzen-Betrachtungen
  • Wirtschaftlichkeitsanalysen

Consulting:

  • Mitarbeit in Forschungsprojekten im Bereich Verkehrsinfrastruktur

Michelle Mühlebach

Dipl. Betriebswirtschafterin HF

+41 56 203 72 45
muehlebach@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Rechnungswesen
  • Controlling
  • Steuern
  • Abschluss mit Geschäftsbericht
  • Wertschriftenbuchhaltung
  • Inkasso
  • Betreibungs- und Konkurswesen

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Finanzbuchhaltung

Nicole Wendenhorst

Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Fachrichtung Bauingenieurwesen TU

+41 56 203 72 21
wendenhorst@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Projektleitung
  • Projektmanagement
  • Projektierung
  • Realisierung
  • Terminplanung
  • Kosten und Vertragsmanagement

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Projektierung und Realisierung von anspruchsvollen Grossprojekten im Hoch- und Ingenieurbau
  • Bauleitung
  • Kostenermittlungen gem. SIA, GU-/TU-Ausschreibungen
  • Führung Generalplanerteam (Terminplanung, Kosten- und Vertragsmanagement)
  • Projektwettbewerbe

Sandro Fornallaz

BSc Betriebsökonomie FH
MAS in Raumentwicklung FH

+41 56 203 72 16
fornallaz@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Betriebswirtschaft
  • Raumplanung
  • Projektmanagement
  • Vertragsmanagement
  • Controlling,
  • Submissionswesen

Tätigkeitsgebiete

  • Vertrags- und Kostenkontrolle
  • Kostenüberwachung
  • Verwaltung von Datenbanken
  • Unterstützung
  • Stab Umwelt
  • Bauherrenunterstützung
  • Aufbau und Betreuung von Projektdokumentationssystemen
  • Verwaltung der Homepage
  • Projektcontrolling
  • Submissionswesen

Bukurije Kappeler

Sachbearbeiterin Rechnungswesen
Kaufmännische Angestellte

+41 56 203 72 51
kappeler@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Controlling
  • Buchhaltung

Tätigkeitsgebiete

  • Projektcontrolling
  • Vertrags- und Rechnungskontrolle
  • Investitionsplanung
  • Bauherrenunterstützung
  • Submissionswesen

Marcel Tschurr

Dipl. Umweltingenieur ETH

+41 56 203 72 20
tschurr@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Fachberatung Umwelt
  • Raum und Verkehr
  • Projektmanagement
  • Fachspezialist Lärmschutz und Umweltbaubegleitung

Tätigkeitsgebiete
Projektmanagement:

  • Situations- und Problemanalysen
  • Zieldefinition
  • Koordinationsaufgaben
  • Verfahrensabläufe
  • Projektorganisation
  • Berichterstattung

Umwelt:

  • Fachliche Beratung
  • Umweltverträglichkeitsbeurteilungen
  • Umweltrecht

Martina Bucher-Nezirovic

Dipl. Sozialpädagogin

+41 56 203 72 17
bucher@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Projektleitungsassistenz
  • Sekretariat
  • Projektadministration
  • Sozialarbeit
  • Verwaltung

Tätigkeitsgebiete

  • Leitung Backoffice
  • Kundenbetreuung
  • Projektleitungsassistenz
  • Controlling
  • Projektadministration
  • Verwaltung von Datenbanken
  • Aufbau und Betreuung von Projektdokumentationssystemen
  • Erstellen von Präsentationen
  • Organisation von Geschäftsreisen und Sitzungen
  • Protokolle
  • Korrespondenz in Deutsch, Englisch und Französisch

Angelika Spörri-Spuler

Kaufmännische Angestellte
Bewegungspädagogin

+41 56 203 72 19
spoerri@rrag.ch

Kompetenzen

  • Projektleitungsassistenz
  • Projektadministration

Tätigkeitsgebiete

  • Unterstützung des Backoffice und der Projektleiter
  • Kundenbetreuung
  • Monatsauswertung

We tie economics and engineering together

Transport facilities should enable safe, reliable and cost-efficient transport, protect people and the environment, achieve great effectiveness and be beneficial and lucrative.

The more the demands of operators and users, the concerns of environmental protection, and the interests of investors as well as taxpayers are in balance, the easier it is to realise and run transport facilities efficiently.

R+R combines competencies in technical and civil engineering, infrastructure management, transport economics, environmental and spatial analysis, as well as project management.

We ensure a balance between financial expenditure and sustainable benefit from infrastructure and transport operations.

Our principles
Our professional approach is based on the principles of systems engineering. This requires consistent definition and structuring of projects, making the diverse network of complex tasks more manageable. A time-efficient project flow is ensured and allows parallel processing of part assignments.

R+R constantly monitors the entire process and guides it with foresight and appropriate to the respective project stage.

  • systematic, holistic thinking
  • well-defined boundaries
  • well-defined objectives
  • well-defined procedures and processes
  • coherent and firm decisions
  • broad and balanced information for all parties involved

Competencies in the entire life cycle of facilities
R+R assesses and evaluates facilities in their natural, technical, economical and social environment. This includes the entire life cycle of facilities: planning, construction, operation, utilisation, maintenance and renewal. Far-reaching standards are set for the sustainability of the transport system - for its effectiveness, economy, ecology.

Identifying and solving conflicts
One of our special strengths is the ability to recognise conflicts of interest, and to find mutually satisfying solutions. Open-mindedness, flexibility, and autonomy in judgment represent the most important company principles.

International Open-Mindedness
Our national and international connections allow us to apprehend and incorporate new, relevant developments in a constructive and critical manner, and to establish important partnerships.

Quality management
Our management system has been certified in accordance with the SN EN ISO 9001 standards since 1998.







Our team is as diverse as our assignments

Civil engineers, economists, spatial planners and environmental engineers form unbiased and powerful teams of experts. This enables us to meet the many different requirements in complex and interdisciplinary projects.



Dr. Jost Lüking
Consultant economics, chairman of the board of directors
Christoph Marti
Consultant, managing director, member of the board of directors
Michel Thomet
Consultant, deputy managing director
Renato Käppeli
Consultant, member of the managing board
Klaus-Peter Liedtke
Consultant economics
Michelle Mühlebach
Financial accountant
Nicole Wendenhorst
Consultant
Sandro Fornallaz
Consultant
Bukurije Kappeler
Project management assistant
Marcel Tschurr
Consultant, environmental expert
Martina Bucher-Nezirovic
Project management assistant, office manager
Angelika Spörri-Spuler
Project management assistant


Flat hierarchies for efficient project management

R+R is a politically and economically independent company and is entirely owned by its employees. The clear organizational structure with flat hierarchies grants an exceptional working atmosphere and efficient project execution.





R+R AG shareholders
Staff and
Employees R+R

Board of Directors
Dr. Jost Lüking,
President

Dr. Daniel Kunz,
Member

Christoph Marti,
Member/Secretary

Auditor
Villiger Treuhand
Executive Board
Christoph Marti,
Managing Director

Michel Thomet,
Deputy Managing Director
Assessor
Renato Käppeli
Dr. Jost Lüking





Company history

R+R has operated successfully for more than 25 years.

The R+R team was formed at the end of the 1980s around Dr. Rudolf Burger, then as part of the Motor Columbus Group. In 1994 we ventured into entrepreneurship by founding R+R in Baden. From the very beginning, the employees have played a key role as shareholders of the new company. In 2000 we opened our branch office in Bern.

Today the company is entirely owned by its employees and is completely independent of other companies and interests.






Shape the future of mobility with us

A train control system in Norway, the maintenance of the Swiss national motorway network or the analysis of an urban public transport system - by working on large and innovative infrastructure projects, you will help to shape the future of mobility in Switzerland and abroad.

We achieve our ambitious goals as a team, flat hierarchies ensure efficient and dynamic project execution.

You work independently of time and location - in our modern office space, on the train or at home - wherever it suits you. We also offer you a wide and varied range of internal and external training opportunities.

Our company is owned by our employees - you will also have the opportunity to hold shares yourself.

Vacancies
If such a professional challenge with development potential appeals to you and you value teamwork based on partnership and close cooperation, we look forward to hearing from you or receiving your application documents.