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The Infrastructure Management Consultants LLC was founded in 2003 by Rade Hajdin and has currently 9 internal employees and 3 external employees comprising 5 Ph. D. in Civil Engineering, 2 MSc in Civil Engineering, 1 MSc in Theoretical Computer Science, 1 MSc in Information Systems, 2 MSc in Electrical Engineering and 1 MSc in Software Engineering.

IMC specializes in (1) the evaluation, development and improvement of business models, business processes and business support systems related to the maintenance and operation of the constructed environment for both single structures and entire infrastructure systems, and 2) the implementation of infrastructure management systems, including the analysis of structures and infrastructure with respect to physical condition, risk and cost effectiveness. IMC is internationally active in consulting clients in Germany, Austria and France. For this reason, IMC has opened a subsidiary in Mannheim, Germany. Relying of its highly competent personnel IMC is active in both national and international research projects. For this purpose, IMC teams up with both Federal Institutes of Technology in Zurich and Lausanne as well as with academic institutions in Germany, Austria and France.


​Prof. Dr. Rade Hajdin (Male). Prof. Hajdin is an active professional and researcher in management of civil infrastructure with more than twenty-five years’ experience in the field. He is also an experienced structural engineer mostly in bridge design. He completed a PhD on design and analysis concrete panels using stress fields in 1990. Rade worked for Emch+Berger AG, Zurich as a senior structural engineer for 3 years before founding a company Dr. J. Grob + Partner AG as junior partner in 1994. Between 2001 and 2003 he was with the University of Pennsylvania as visiting professor for Infrastructure Management. He founded Infrastructure Management Consultants LLC in 2003 and since then he the president of this company. In May 2010, he was appointed at the University of Belgrade as associate professor of Concrete Structures and from February 2​​016 as full professor for Infrastructure Management. Rade has been among others in charge of a number of research projects focused on the vulnerability of transportation infrastructure funded by Swiss Federal Roads Office and Swiss National Funds. Rade has published over 70 papers in the areas of limit state design and infrastructure management. In addition, he designed or was heavily involved in design of 5 bridges and numerous other structures. He is a chairman of the Committee on “Civil and Geotechnical Engineering” of the Swiss Association of Swiss Road and Traffic Engineers. He is member TRB Committee on Bridge Management and IABSE Working Group on Bridge and Structure Management.

Ass. Prof. Dr. Nikola Tanasić (Male). Prof. Tanasić has received his MSc and PhD at Faculty of Civil Engineering at University of Belgrade, Serbia in 2007 and 2015 respectively. From 2007 he has been teaching assistant at the Faculty of Civil engineering at Chair of Concrete structures where in 2015 he has become an assistant professor. His current activities at the Faculty comprise supervision of Bachelor projects and teaching activities on two MSc courses: Concrete bridges and Repair, Reconstruction and Maintenance of Concrete structures. The main topic of his scientific research are impacts of natural hazards on bridges and transportation infrastructure, mainly vulnerability of bridges to flooding events. He has published two journal papers and five conference papers which are related to his research field. Nikola is a licenced civil engineer and has been engaged in several projects of building design in Serbia and abroad. From 2011–2015, he has participated in one research project (TR36002) founded by Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. He is an active working group member of COST TU1406 which goal is establishing quality control plans for roadway bridges at European level. In January 2016 he has joined Infrastructures Management Consultants (IMC) where he is engaged in the CEDR project ISABELA which deals with social performance indicators and their integration into life-cycle asset management and in H2020 project SAFE-10-T, in which he will be involved in decision making modelling.

Jan Wunderlich, (Male). Jan Wunderlich is an active professional and researcher in management of civil infrastructure with more than twelve years’ experience in the field. Jan finished his civil engineering degree at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, Switzerland in 2003. After the completion of his studies he worked at the Institute for Planning and Construction Management at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, Switzerland till 2004. From 2004 till 2005 he worked for Emch+Berger AG, Bern as project engineer. Jan joined Infrastructure Management Consultants Ltd. in 2005. In 2010, Jan completed his post graduate studies in management, technology and economics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, Switzerland (2009-2010). Since 2010 Jan is vice-president of Infrastructure Management Consultants Ltd.

Jan participated at different research project focused on the management of civil infrastructure. Furthermore, Jan conducted and lead more than 20 projects where the newest research results were put into practice. Beside consultancy, he gave different courses in infrastructure management.​


Dr. Belén Riveiro
University of Vigo
School of Industrial Engineering, Universidade de Vigo
CP36310, Vigo, Spain
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