Marek Skakuj

"You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed". ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY

Marek Skakuj (1977) is a graduate of the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology of the Warsaw University of Technology. In 2002 he defended his Master’s thesis, which focused on creating and optimizing an image encoder according to JPEG2000 standard for Internet applications.

Since the beginning of his career Marek Skakuj has been associated with the Heller Group. Initially, he worked in the Research and Design Office of Communication Construction TRANSCOMP Sp. z o. o. in Warsaw as a programmer. In 2004 he moved to the Federal Republic of Germany and started working in the HELLER Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH consulting office in Darmstadt. He currently combines the positions of proxy and project manager (consultant).

The topics of standardization and process approach in various management concepts have always been an important part of Marek Skakuj’s professional work. He is a specialist in the implementation of management standards, including in particular ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) and ISO 55000 (Asset Management).

He is a member of the Forschungsgesellschaft für Straßen- und Verkehrswesen, an institute responsible for road standardization, and of the Project Management Institute (PMI), an association of professional project managers.

Privately, he is married and has children. In his free time he coaches a junior football team and has a passion for landscape photography.

  • Zählstellenverwaltung und Ergebnisdarstellung temporärer Messungen des Straßenverkehrs mit der Online-Plattform VERA, Mayer-Kreitz, M., Bettermann, R., Skakuj, M., Karzelek, G. & Ziegler, H., Straßenverkehrstechnik, 2, 120-130., 2016
  • Standaryzacja w procesie zarządzania drogami, Wojsz, T., Skakuj, M., Autostrady Magazine, 4, 37 – 40, 2016
  • Factors affecting raveling of motorway pavements. A field experiment with new additives to the deicing brine, Heft: Construction and Building Materials, Opara, K., Skakuj, M, Stöckner, M., 2016
  • Application of Road Safety Indicators into Road Maintenance Planning. Warmia and Mazury Case Study, Skakuj, M., Ciolkosz-Styk, A. & Radzikowski, T., World Conference on Pavement and Asset Management (WCPAM), 2017
  • Road Maintenance at the Operative Level. Silesian Voivodship Case Study, Skakuj, M. & Tabor, Z. World Conference on Pavement and Asset Management (WCPAM), 2017
  • Bergmann-Syren, J., Smet, W., Komma, C. & Skakuj, M. (2017): The Long-Term Observation Section on Motorway BAB A5 in Hesse as a Data Source for Research in the field of Road Maintenance. In: World Conference on Pavement and Asset Management (WCPAM)
  • Road and its condition as an important factor in road safety, Skakuj, M., Zielinski, J. & Radzikowski, T. (2018): 12th International Road Safety Conference GAMBIT 2018
  • Böker, C., Balck, H. & Skakuj, M. (2018): ISO-zertifiziertes Asset-Management-System des Landkreises Viersen. In: Straße und Autobahn, 6, 470-476
  • Smet, W. & Skakuj, M. (2018): Influencing factors on the visibility of surface distresses. In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 356, 1-10. URL:
  • Skakuj, M. et al. (2019): Temperatureinfluss auf die Sichtbarkeit von Substanzmerkmalen (Oberfläche). In: Berichte der Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen, Reihe S (134), 3-91.
  • Quality Management
  • Asset Management
  • Information security
  • Business analysis and process optimization
  • Spatial data analysis
  • Traffic data analysis