History

2017

Institute Proektmostorekonstruktsia celebrates its 30th anniversary.
  
Ahead of the FIFA Confederation Cup, on 27 May Yakhtenny Bridge was opened to traffic. The construction of the cable stayed bridge near Serny Island is ongoing.

Stroyproekt wins a tender for development of the area planning design for the project “Express highway with a new bridge over the Neva aligned with Fayansovaya and Zolnaya streets, stages 1 and 2”.

The construction of the M-11 highway Moscow – St. Petersburg is in progress.                                                             

In Rostov-on-Don, the second phase of Voroshilovsky Bridge over the Don was completed and opened to traffic in September; by the end of the year an access road to the new airport Yuzhny will be commissioned.

Stroyproekt Rostov Branch celebrates its 10th anniversary.

The M-4 Don road section between km 1091 – km 1119 opens to traffic. 

The Fourth (Central) Bridge Project in Novosibirsk is awarded with the ROSINFRA prize (the national prize for infrastructure projects) in the nomination “Regional Initiative”.

The design of the Barnaul Bypass Project, including a bridge over the Ob River, is in progress.

The company continues rendering construction supervision services for the Murmansk Transport Hub Project.  

Tyumen transport projects are under design.

Stroyproekt develops design documentation for construction of three new interchanges on the WHSD in St. Petersburg.

2016

A new bridge built in Pavlodar (Republic of Kazakhstan) to the design of our company was opened to traffic.

А WHSD Central Section was opened to traffic. The opening ceremony was attended by President Vladimir Putin.

Bugrinsky Bridge Project receives FIDIC Award of Merit.

Unique engineering structures of the WHSD Central Section are in the final stage of construction.

Design works are underway for Khabarovsk Bypass Project and the 4th Ob River crossing in Novosibirsk to be implemented based on PPP principles. Serny and Yakhtenny bridges are built as part of preparation for 2018 Football World Cup in St. Petersburg.

Stroyproekt’s engineers keep learning innovative technologies of information modelling and implement novel design practices. The company sets a new division Stroyproekt-Info to enhance the transition to BIM technologies and render services related to introduction of BIM to other road engineering companies.

The company’s experts develop industry guidelines “Recommendations for application of input costing method in road construction”.

2015

Stroyproekt celebrates its 25th anniversary.  

Stroyproekt’s engineers start mastering a fundamentally new design approach known as BIM (Building Information Modeling).

Stroyproekt wins a tender for construction of a road bridge over the Lena River in Yakutsk.

Stroyproekt Engineering Group establishes a representative office in Novosibirsk.

Olympic Sochi projects have been completed and commissioned.

The company continues developing detailed design documentation for the most complicated Central Section of Western High Speed Diameter.

Stroyproekt expands projects geography and enters the international market.


2014

Stroyproekt wins a tender for construction of a road bridge over the Lena River in Yakutsk.

Stroyproekt Engineering Group establishes a representative office in Novosibirsk.

Olympic Sochi projects have been completed and commissioned.

The company continues developing detailed design documentation for the most complicated Central Section of Western High Speed Diameter.

Stroyproekt expands projects geography and enters the international market.

2013

The company sets up International Projects Department and Research & Development Centre. A new structural division of Stroyproekt is being created “The scientific innovations center” aimed at improving manageability and efficiency of the company in implementation of research and development activities under internal and external assignments, elaboration of industry-specific and company standards  as well as employees training and upgrading.

Over the last years, Institute Stroyproekt has been one of the three major Russian companies of road design and construction control sector.

2012

The company designs an eastern by-pass road in Khabarovsk.

Stroyproekt establishes affiliated companies in Ukraine (OOO KievStroyproekt) and in Munich, Germany (STPR Consult) as well as a representative office in Vyshni Volochek.

2011

Stroyproekt designs a northern by-pass road in Pskov and a number of road projects in Ashkhabad, Turkmenistan.

On behalf of Ministry of Transport and the State Company Russian Highways (Avtodor), Stroyproekt carries out a comparison of the Russian and German road design standards for the M-4 Don Highway Rehabilitation Project, Section 933 km – 1024 km.

2010

The company starts designing for the M-8 Kholmogory and the M-1 Belarus Federal Motorways Rehabilitation Projects.

Stroyproekt is marketed as an Engineering Group that includes St. Petersburg Central Office, branches and affiliated companies.

OOO Proektmostoreconstructsia, a design company from Saratov, joins the Engineering Group.

Stroyproekt establishes a transport planning division.


2009

Stroyproekt executes the Client’s Construction Control for the Eastern Bosporus Bridge to Russky Island Project. The bridge is completed by APEC Summit 2012.

Stroyproekt establishes a branch in Moscow and a representative office in Sochi.

2008

The company joins the project for construction of Moscow – St. Petersburg Toll Express Motorway. Stroyproekt designs large-scale and non-standard bridges, overpasses and flyovers for the Project and develops the detailed design for section between 15 km and 58 km.  The company also prepares a complex design for section between 390 km and 543 km.

Stroyproekt starts designing the bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk. The bridge will have a record long arch span in Russia – 380 m - designed as a network arch that resembles a gigantic red bow which is  one of the city symbols.

Stroyproekt also develops designs for several sections of the M-4 Don Motorway to be reconstructed.

2007

Stroyproekt opens its branch in Rostov-on-Don.

2006

Stroyproekt starts designing transport facilities for the Winter Olympics in Sochi: a by-pass highway, a backup of Kurortny Prospect, the main city thoroughfare, and a number of road junctions and the Sochi River Bridge.  The Olympic Sochi projects become one of the main activities of the company. The designs are to be developed under a very tight schedule and shall provide for mountainous relief and seismic risks.

Affiliated companies Novgorodstroyproekt (in Novgorod) and Peterburgskie Seti (in St. Petersburg) are established.

2005

Stroyproekt is invited to be the General Designer for reconstruction of the Lieutenant Schmidt Bridge (now Blagoveschensky Bridge). After reconstruction the bridge becomes wider while its historic appearance is partly restored. Individual design solutions allow preserving the original foundations on wooden piles. A temporary bridge is built next to the reconstructed one to divert the traffic. The reconstructed bridge opens in 2007. For this project Stroyproekt is awarded with an Honorary Diploma and a Sign of Conformance by the St. Petersburg World Club.

2004

The company starts designing a unique highway, the Western High Speed Diameter, as the General Designer of the project.

Stroyproekt experts render Construction Supervision services for St. Petersburg Flood Protection Barrier Project.

2003

Stroyproekt develops the design for overhaul of the bridge across the Volga River in Kimry, Tver Region.

The company suggests a number of innovations: reinforced concrete decks strengthened with a cable-stayed system and use of nanoconcrete for the carriageway leveling coat.

2002

Stroyproekt develops designs for rehabilitation of the Lower Park bridges at the State Palace of Congresses in Strelna. The Palace of Congresses complex opens on the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg.

2001

Stroyproekt develops the design for rehabilitation of Troitsky Bridge over the Neva (opened after reconstruction in 2003).

Stroyproekt becomes a leading designer of engineering structures for the St. Petersburg Ring Road Project.  Among others, the company designs the most complicated and a large-scale facility of the Ring Road – a cable stayed bridge over the Neva (the Big Obukhovsky Bridge). The first stage is commissioned in December 2014 and the second one in October 2007.

2000

Stroyproekt is invited to be the Designer of the Alexander Nevsky Bridge when the reconstruction has already started and there is a real danger that the bridge may collapse. Within a very short time Stroyproekt has to cope with several complicated tasks simultaneously: develop a new reconstruction concept, reduce construction time using new engineering solutions while excluding any risks for the bridge traffic. After a successful completion of this project, Stroyproekt gains the credit of a design company capable of resolving any complex problems.

The company business geography significantly expands in the mid-90s: St. Petersburg, Leningrad, Tver, Pskov, Novgorod, Murmansk, Moscow and Kostroma Regions, Komi Republic, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Novorossisk and Kazakhstan.

1999

Stroyproekt is involved in the design of St. Petersburg Ring Road.

1998

The company name is supplemented with a word Institute to reflect its changed status.

Stroyproekt becomes a closed joint stock company.

1997

Design for rehabilitation of the bridge across the Saimaa Canal in Vyborg. Stroyproekt first designs a composite deck and proposes flexible studs of reinforcing steel welded at the site.

1996

Stroyproekt implements its first project in the city historic centre: design for renovation of Belinsky Bridge over the Fontanka River.

Strojproect together with the Baum Company, Germany win five tenders for inspection, design and construction supervision within the IBRD Bridge Rehabilitation Programme. From 1996 to 2000 Stroyproekt experts are in charge of design as well as of construction and repair supervision of 26 bridges. Implementing  this assignment Stroyproekt is among the first Russian companies who execute construction supervision under the FIDIC rules.

Stroyproekt starts international cooperation.

Stroyproekt is the first Russian company which sets up a dedicated construction supervision group that executes construction and quality control on behalf of the Client.

1995

Stroyproekt gets the first project as the General Designer: reconstruction of the Slavyanka River Bridge on the M10 Russia Motorway between Moscow and St. Petersburg. Stroyproekt experts suggest a new efficient 3D analysis method.

1991-1994

The company implements a number of small bridge rehabilitation projects, often being a subcontractor to other companies. The geography of the very first projects is quite wide: Leningrad and Arkhangelsk Regions, Belomor-Baltic Canal, Komi Republic and Vietnam.

The company’s turnover increases year by year.

1990

A small enterprise named Stroyproekt is established by a group of young engineers who previously worked for Institute Gyprostroymost.