Trest Zapsibgidrostroy completed making a quay wall under Amur GPP project
Trest Zapsibgidrostroy has completed making a quay wall in the framework of Phase 1 of works on building a facility at the Zeya river for unloading of materials needed for construction of Amur Gas Prosessing Plant (Amur GPP). The wall stretching for 125.8 metres consists of 161 welded pipe piles (WPP) with total weight of 590 t, the company told IAA PortNews.
The next task is to drive 118 WPP and 58 anchor pile for a track-mounted crane ground.
The pile works commenced on 5 November 2016. The construction of the beach landing facility is to be completed in July 2017.
The Amur GPP with a design capacity of 42 billion cubic meters of gas per year is under construction near Svobodny in the Amur Region. The GPP will include the world’s largest helium production facility. The plant will be supplied via the Power of Siberia gas pipeline with multi-component gas from the Yakutia and Irkutsk gas production centers being set up by Gazprom as part of the Eastern Gas Program. 875 kilometers of Power of Siberia will run across the Amur Region.
Limited Liability Company Trest Zapsibgidrostroy is a leading Russian company in the field of design and construction of hydraulic engineering structures and transport infrastructure facilities. The Company is the successor of Trest Zapsibgidrostroy formed in 1977 for solution of the transportation problems of the oil and gas complex during an active development of the interior of Western Siberia. A lot of the complex objects created by the enterprise have made history of the domestic hydraulic construction.
Over the period of 35 years, Trest Zapsibgidrostroy has strengthened its scientific and industrial potential, extended the geography and the range of its order portfolio, and took a high position in the hydraulic and transport construction throughout the Russian Federation.