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Expressway Highway M-12 Vostok Expressway Highway M-12 Vostok

The new highway is designed to divert transit traffic coming from the western Russian regions towards Nizhnekamsk and Naberezhnye Chelny, and further to Ufa, bypassing a congested road along the dam of Nizhnekamsk hydropower plant. The bypass includes a new bridge over the Kama near Kotlovka and Ilyinka.

Our engineers have developed and considered five route alternatives to choose the optimal one, both in technical and economic terms.

 
Infrastructure Modernisation at the Far Eastern Railway Section between Ulak and Fevralsk Infrastructure Modernisation at the Far Eastern Railway Section between Ulak and Fevralsk

The project aims to modernise the existing railway infrastructure to increase the capacity of Baikal - Amur railroad in the direction of the Far East sea terminals and cross border points.

 
Central Bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk Central Bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk

The river crossing includes a bridge over the Ob River with approaches, traffic interchanges at the right and at the left banks, a tunnel under Trans-Siberian railway road, toll plaza buildings and utilities.

 
Western Bypass Railway of Saratov Western Bypass Railway of Saratov

Construction of a new railway line bypassing the city of Saratov will increase the capacity of rail approaches to the Saratov transport hub and divert freight traffic from the city.

 
Construction of Vladivostok — Nakhodka — Vostochny Port Highway, road section km 43+474 — km 146+197 Construction of Vladivostok — Nakhodka — Vostochny Port Highway, road section km 43+474 — km 146+197

The regional highway connects the city of Vladivostok, Knevichi airport, the city of Bolshoy Kamen with Zvezda shipyard, and ports of Nakhodka and Vostochny Port. Nakhodka together with Vostochny Port make the biggest transportation hub of the Russian Far East. Its annual cargo turnover is over 90 million tons.

 
New airport at Levashovo aerodrome New airport at Levashovo aerodrome

The project envisages reconstruction of the existing aerodrome administered by the Russian Ministry of Defense and shared now with Gazprom Avia.

The reconstruction project includes construction of a business terminal for Gazprom and upgrade of the aerodrome to meet civil aviation standards for category II operations (precision approach). The aerodrome will handle such aircrafts as Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737 BBJ, F-7X, F-8X, TU-134, the MI-8 helicopters, etc.

 

 
Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of the Murmansk Airport — the northernmost international airport in Russia — is part of the national programme for comprehensive modernization and enhancement of main transport infrastructure by 2024.

The project is aimed at increasing the airport capacity and improving the flights safety. It involves construction of new pavement between the central and northern aprons to handle the A-321 type aircrafts and construction of a new taxiway between the aprons and the runway. The project also provides for construction of a rescue station and a perimeter patrol road.