Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review approves Phase I of Zvezda Shipyard’s Data Processing Center
GlavGosEkspertiza (Russia’s General Board of State Expert Review) says it has approved Phase I of Zvezda Shipyard’s Data Processing Center.
Having studied the materials, the experts acknowledged the compliance of the project documentation and the findings of the engineering survey with technical regulations and other requirements.
The first production facilities of Zvezda were put into operation in winter 1954. Phase I of new production facilities was put into operation in 2016. With implementation of Phases II and III the shipyard will become able to build large vessels through assembling of prefabricated modules as well as blocks and structures in cooperation with other shipyards of the Far East.
Phase I of Zvezda Shipyard’s Data Processing Center foresees the construction of DPC building and utility systems.
With its high level of automation and centralized control, Data Processing Center will control all technical and technological processes and engineering systems of the shipyard. DPC will function round-the-clock 7 days a week to ensure uninterrupted work and protection of the company’s information systems.
The construction will be financed by the Customer’s own resources.
Earlier, GlavGosEkspertiza approved the project on construction of Europe’s largest outfitting facility equipped by the Goliath crane of 1,200 t in capacity at the premises of Zvezda.
Zvezda Shipyard is set up in Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky Region. The shipbuilding complex design provides for the construction of a heavy outfitting berth, a dry dock, full-cycle production shops, and shops for the construction of offshore marine facilities. The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex will produce heavy tonnage ships, elements of offshore platforms, ice-class vessels, special vessels and other marine equipment. Earlier Rosneft placed an order for construction of ten Aframax tankers in Zvezda Shipyard.