Licenses and certificates in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyz Republic

AAEngineering GROUP is licensed for

  • GSL No.16012656 Engineering Design, Category I, Class 1
  • GSL No.16012655 Construction and Installation Operations, Category I, Class 1
  • GSL No.16012657 Engineering Survey, Class 1
  • GSL No.16010894 Operation of Mining and Processing Facilities, Class 1
  • GSL No.0186Р Engineering Services in the area of Environment Protection, Class 1
  • Accreditation Certificate No. 0471 Construction Quality / Quantity Survey, Level 1

ISO compliance

  • Quality Management Systems 9001:2008
  • Environmental Management 14001:2004
  • Health and Safety Management 18001:2007

Our equipment


Volvo FH350, CAT 988, 980 Loaders

Moving enormous volumes of rock, performing loading/unloading operations as well as a great variety of other duties within a tight schedule, would be impossible without our front-end loaders. Equipment towing and cargo haulage for short distances are other applications of this machinery.


CAT D10R, D8R Dozers

These heavy-weight champions are called for when we work on huge Tailings Management Facilities or tasked to build a road in the highlands or any other assignment you can think of in the most severe conditions.


Volvo EC700BLC,E460BLC Cat 365B, 336Dl Hydraulic Excavators

With a working volume ranging from 1.3 to 4.6 m3 they are widely used to carry out work at unstable ground and other complex soils. These machines are the best companion to our dozers, front-end loaders and dump trucks .


Low Bed Trucks of up to 100 tonnes load capacity

Low Bed Trucks of up to 100 tonnes load capacity are used to promptly deliver our heavy equipment over any distance to a new project site.


BELL 50, Volvo A40D Articulated Dump Trucks

BELL 50, Volvo A40D Articulated Dump Trucks turn out actually irreplaceable when you need to haul at a time 40 – 50 tons of aggregates, rock or top soil, but for working conditions or economic reasons would go for conventional dump trucks.



These heavy-duty wheel-mounted cranes are brought in to lift preassembled steel structures and overweight process equipment to help us optimise construction site activities.