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Manager of Technological Division Domas Dabulevičius and engineer Domas Puidokas present AB “Panevėžio keliai” project for competition “ “High speed roundabout crossing in “Via Baltica” highway”.


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– As long as I remember myself I have always imagined that my activity will be related to construction. But I entered VGTU civil engineering specialization and chose road and railway studiy field. After third year of my studies I went to practice in AB “Panevėžio keliai”. Not only because it the company in my home city. This company has a good name, I think many students wanted to work here. So I spent two summer weeks with group of projects management, other two weeks in the laboratory, rest of the practice in the object, on the road. I hae acquired practical experience and new I will start my career as a road worker. In 2011 I graduated my bachelor degree studies and immediately sent my CV to AB “Panevėžio keliai”.


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- In 2010 at VGTU I graduated as construction engineer bachelor (road and railway engineering), in next two years finished my master degree studies. I wouldn’t say railway design was my dream. Well, during my childhood I used to travel by train with my grandparents a lot. My father’s house was near railway; I was playing nearby. Maybe my subconscious wish to stay near the rails came true? (smiling).


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-I have started thinking about constructor’s profession already in school. Had an attraction to action at construction site. Also heard about good wages (laughing). So, without hesitation I chose construction engineering studies at VGTU. In a year started looking for a job. Many of my friends at that time worked in AB “Paevėžio keliai”. They were happy about their working place, so I decided to try myself. Succeeded in getting a job. Was very happy to join specialized bridges construction division. First object was in Vilnius. I came having only theoretical knowledge, was one of the youngest among staff.


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- I graduated road engineering in 2014. This is much more interesting than management, I remember I was thinking choosing my profession. Most impact to my choice was from my parents – construction engineers, graduates of the same university 23 years ago. They told me very wise saying about choosing my field of studies: “Every engineer can be a good manager, but not every manager can become a good engineer!”.


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