31/08/15 Mostotrest to build new viaduct in Kirov
The new viaduct will be 385 m long and 35 m wide. Viaduct access roads will also be built as part of the project.
11/08/15 New bridge that links to Voroshilovsky Prospect in Rostov-on-Don open ahead of schedule
The bridge was open to traffic four months before the date specified in the contract.
03/08/15 TSM to launch Norilsk airport upgrade in August
Transstroymekhanizatsiya (TSM, a Mostotrest subsidiary) will upgrade Alykel Airport Complex in Norilsk. Customer for the project: Federal State Unitary Enterprise «Civil Airport (Airfield) Administration». Contract value: RUB5.9 billion (including VAT).
30/07/15 Mostotrest to build Mosfilmovskaya Street Ц Aminevskoye Avenue segment of Moscow's Northwest Throughway
The new section of the Northwest Throughway will be a major street with through traffic, connecting General Dorokhov Street and Mosfilmovskaya Street, and providing access to the Moscow Ring Road (MRR) via General Dorokhov Street.
28/07/15 Vladimir Monastyrev elected as chairman of the Board of Directors PJSC Mostotrest
The Board has also elected Mr. Valery Dorgan as its Deputy Chair, and Mr. Gennady Bogatyrev as Corporate Secretary.
22/07/15 Mostotrest / VINCI toll road operations JV on UTS platform
The main objective of the joint venture is to offer toll collection and toll and traffic management system operation and maintenance services under the existing and future contracts, including contracts requiring cross-border experience and road (toll road) management competence.
21/07/15 Khabarovsk airport upgrade to be completed by end 2017
Transstroymekhanizatsiya (TSM, a Mostotrest subsidiary) will perform a range of construction and assembly operations to upgrade Khabarovsk «Novy» Airport.†
20/07/15 TSM to undertake phase 2 reconstruction of Strigino airport in Nizhniy Novgorod
Transstroymekhanizatsiya won the tender for Phase 2 reconstruction of airfield pavement at Nizhniy Novgorod (Strigino) International Airport, and will upgrade the airport's Runway 1.
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