VIS Group is mobilizing additional resources for the construction of facilities in Yakutia

About 250 people are currently involved in the construction of the holding’s facilities in the republic, and this number will gradually increase. The holding's plans for the upcoming construction season were discussed at a meeting by the Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Kirill Bychkov and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of VIS Group Sergey Romashov.

Active work on the construction of monolithic building frames is being carried out at the construction sites of the State Philharmonic and the Arctic Epic Center, as well as the SMART clinic. Here, as the weather warmed up, pouring concrete into monolithic structures has resumed. Builders also continue work inside the Arctic Center building and on improving the shoreline of Lake Saysary.

At the meeting, positive dynamics in all projects were noted, and production plans for the largest of them – the construction of a bridge across the Lena River – were discussed. VIS Group has already begun preparing the first of four technological sites; extensive preparatory work is being carried out to determine the resource base, develop schedules for the material delivery and mobilize personnel.

During the “Direct Line”, which took place on April 25, the head of Yakutia said that work on preparing the territory is associated with the beginning of the main stage of construction of the Lena Bridge. Aisen Nikolaev noted: “We must carry out preparatory work this year so that builders will begin the work in the riverbed next year. There is a colossal amount of work ahead. A huge amount of design and expert work has been carried out,” shared the Head of Yakutia.

The future bridge and road approaches to it cross practically no populated areas with the exception of the Staraya Tabaga village. Despite this, the construction area contains a large volume of utilities that require relocation. The main ones are overhead high-voltage power lines (power lines) on both riverbanks. VIS Group relocated the 110 kV overhead line on the right bank, thus fully completing the reconstruction of the power line towers. The 1.3-km section of the 110 kV overhead line “Maya – Tabaga” was reconstructed. Thanks to the separation of these works into an isolated phase, even before the start of the main construction stage, the removal of communication, electricity and gas networks from the construction zone was carried out.

The Lensky Bridge is one of the largest transport concessions in Russia and the world's first cable-stayed bridge to be built on permafrost. The three-pylon cable-stayed structure was designed taking into account the complex climatic, hydro- and geological conditions of the area, and in September 2023 received a positive conclusion from the FAA Glavgosexpertiza of Russia. The project involves the creation of a 14.5-km long highway, which will connect the Lena and Kolyma federal highways with the Vilyuy highway and, for the first time in history, provide year-round land communication between Yakutsk and the mainland.

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