Ernest Rudyak

Ernest Rudyak

Ernest Rudyak

Ernest Rudyak is a Russian-American entrepreneur born in Moscow, Russia. He spent his early childhood and high school years in Massachusetts. Upon graduating high school, he attended the University of Southern California where he received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Ernest and his family own a group of companies under the Engeocom brand. Below is a statement from Engeocom:

“On ENGEOCOM Association CJSC Operational Activity”

Engeocom Association CJSC is one of Russia’s largest investment & development holdings. The company brings together operations of several enterprises and employs over 6 thousand people. Mikhail Semenovich Rudyak founded ENGEOCOM Association CJSC on June 21, 1989. Since its foundation the enterprise has been specializing in design and construction of exceptionally challenging projects. Over the 25 years of operation, the holding has successfully completed more than 250 projects in Russia and abroad.

The company’s competitive advantage is its application of advanced technologies and custom-made design solutions. The key areas of operation are metro, civil and road construction, restoration and reconstruction of historical buildings and construction of airfields. After Mikhail Rudyak’s untimely death in 2007 Ernest and his brother Aleksandr took over operation of the family business. After finalizing his studies in 2009 Ernest took over of all real estate management and development for Engeocom. Since 2012 he has been operating President of all of the family’s joint businesses in the Russian Federation. Under their leadership, Engeocom has managed both to keep and improve significantly its position in the Russian construction market. The association has transformed into a multi-profile holding.

Engeocom Association CJSC has been working in Moscow since the 1989. Its most notable projects include refurbishment of the Moscow Canal (1996), underground depository of the Pushkin State Museum (1998), construction of Okhotny Ryad shopping mall on the Manezhnaya Square (1998), and development of underground parking on the Revolyutsii Square (1998). The company is also involved in the development of Atrium shopping mall (2001), central core of The Moscow International Business Center “Moscow-City” (2004), and the demolition of the buildings of Hotel Intourist (2002) and Hotel Moskva (2006).

The association has extensive experience in carrying out major projects of development and refurbishment of transport infrastructure facilities including Krestovsky Bridges (2010), a section of Krasnopresnensky Avenue (2012), the traffic artery between Zvenigorodskoye Highway and the Moscow International Business Center “Moscow-City” (2012), and the refurbishment of the Varshavskoye (2013) and Yaroslavskoye (2013) Highways.

Engeocom Association CJSC team has done a significant scope of work for the Moscow Metro including the construction of the Filevskaya line section from Kievskaya station to The Moscow International Business Center “Moscow-City” (2007), the tunnels of the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line and Slavyansky Bul’var station (2008), the Borisovo station of the Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line (2011), and the first start-up facility of the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line section from Delovoy Tsentr station to Park Pobedy (2013).

Today, the company’s specialists are involved in the implementation of the Moscow Government’s major programs of developing new lines of the capital’s metro including the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line section from Delovoy Center station to Park Pobedy, and the Third Interchange Contour section from Delovoy Tsentr station to Nizhnyaya Maslovka. They are refurbishing Ryazansky Avenue from the Garden Ring to the Moscow Region border and developing a traffic intersection at the Moscow Ring Road’s crossing with Ryazansky Avenue.

Engeocom is proud of its participation in the Olympics as well. Engeocom has built two sports venues in the capital of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games as the General Contractor. They successfully completed the “Iceberg” Skating Palace for Figure Skating and Short Track Speed Skating competitions (2012) and Central Olympic Stadium “Fisht” (2013). Engeocom also completed a section of the M-27 federal highway “Adler-Veseloye” stretching from Adler to the Olympic Park.