VIS Group completes the renovation of overhead high-voltage lines for the construction of the Lensky Bridge in Yakutia

VIS Group continues its spring cycle work at the construction site of the bridge over the Lena River in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The construction area includes numerous utility lines that require relocation. The main ones are overhead high-voltage power lines on both banks of the river.

To date, all work on relocating power lines has been completed. On May 8, the Department of State Construction Supervision and Housing Construction of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) issued a statement on the compliance of the rebuilt 110 kV overhead line "Maya - Tabaga" with the design documentation requirements. The length of the section was 1.3 km; in total, more than 6.5 km of high-voltage lines were moved as part of the project on both banks. Relocation of utilities is one of the most labor-intensive stages in the construction of infrastructure facilities. These works were allocated as a separate project stage, thanks to which communication networks and main gas pipelines were also rebuilt on the construction site even before the start of the main construction.

The Lena Bridge is a unique road facility that is being built in the extremely harsh climatic conditions of the Far North. It will be a three-pylon cable-stayed bridge that spans 4.6 km, including 2.5 km in the channel part. The total length of transport infrastructure will be 14.5 km. There are no similar examples of cable-stayed bridge construction in world practice. VIS Group is the project investor and concessionaire, and the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is the grantor.

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