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The Pacific Bulker Terminal Bridges

They managed to reach the winter: in the seaside village Filippovka, a bridge was rebuilt, destroyed by the August typhoon

The Pacific Bulker Terminal Bridges
32 meters collapsible engineering structures cost the investor in 10 million rubles. This is only a part of a large-scale project with which a resident of the free port of Vladivostok entered the Khasansky district.

Reinforced concrete bridge in Filippovka collapsed in the river during the August floods. 17 houses were cut off from the mainland. People could not just visit their relatives and get to work.

“On August 7, the whole village shook from the crash early in the morning when the bridge fell. He was about 30 years old. Houses on Khasanskaya Street remained on the other side of civilization: without access to the road, because everything was flooded with water. We had to go to the store by boat of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, an ambulance and a water-transport vehicle could not reach us until the water had gone, ”said Galina Khamzina, a resident of Filippovka.

The disaster caused great damage to the residents of the villages of Barabash, Zanadvorovka and Fillipovka of the Khasan region. More than 500 families were affected. The Primorye State Food Agency helped with vegetables from local farmers. Another 1503 people received cash payments. In Barabash, a kindergarten was damaged by floods, and a school in Zanadvorovka. To date, the builders have completely restored the foundation and the cracked walls of the garden; its opening is scheduled for the new year. The children returned to the renovated school by the beginning of the second quarter. 

According to Valery Kolesnikov, the head of the Barabash rural settlement, there was no money for the repair of the bridge collapsed in Filippovka, but the Rosavtodor refused to help. In addition, the design was not listed in the registry, and it was difficult to seek finance for its restoration. Then assistance was offered by the investor - Pacific Bulk Terminal. The construction of the new bridge together with the Department of Transport and Road Management of the Primorsky Territory was 3 of the month. Its design load is 60 tons, length is 32 meters. 

The opening and the first passage on the bridge were welcomed by residents of Filippovka from both banks. At the ceremony arrived and the acting director of the Primorsky Territory Andrei Tarasenko.
“We considered that we simply did not have the right to stay away from the disaster that had happened. This bridge was the first infrastructure facility that the Aqua Resources Group of Companies built on the territory of the Khasansky District. Thanks to this, the district administration and I laid the foundations for an effective public-private partnership, ”said Ruslan Kondratov, general director of the Pacific Bulker Terminal company.

A trilateral cooperation agreement between the Pacific Bulk Terminal, the Khasansky District Administration and the People’s Expertise public movement was signed in Slavyanka at the end of August 2017. Soon the construction of a closed coal terminal will begin in the village of Rybak. Resident SPV promises tax deductions in the budget of the Khasansky district in the amount of about 5 billion rubles.

“The company“ Pacific Bulk Terminal ”starts construction of transshipment complexes for bulk and container cargo in the near future. I would like to note that the implementation of this project will directly affect the development of the infrastructure of the Khasan region. In particular, highways will be put in order and the Bamburovo railway station will be improved. The new terminal will provide more than 600 jobs for the residents of the district at the first stage. Entering the territory of a settlement with such a large-scale project, we naturally bear social responsibility to the region, ”said Eduard Probachaev, Executive Director of the Pacific Bulk Terminal Company.

Whether this project will lay a dusty bomb near one of the top resorts of Primorye - Slavyanka - from 2012, this question has been worrying local residents, economists and environmentalists of the region. They actively opposed the project, insisting on environmental destructiveness of the open coal-handling method. As a result, the initiator announced the use of "closed" technologies. For their compliance during construction and subsequent operation will follow the "People's Expertise". And the investor himself also promises to equip the embankment in the village of Slavyanka.

“The project is completely unique for the Primorsky Territory. It was originally created taking into account the interests of the population of Slavyanka, the needs of the regional infrastructure and those socio-economic problems that need to be addressed in the Khasan region. All environmental standards and requirements in the project were taken into account at the construction stage. The completely closed technology for transshipment and storage of goods on the territory of the terminal guarantees the complete absence of coal dust. "People's Expertise" monitors compliance with these requirements from the very beginning of the project and will continue to do so in the future, ”said Gennady Komarnitsky, Executive Director of the People's Expertise OD.

The implementation of the first stage with an investment of 10,4 billion rubles is planned for 2017-2021 years. The main and auxiliary objects of the complex will be built, equipment will be installed. At full capacity, terminals are supposed to be brought out to 2028 year.

The new container terminal will supplement the infrastructure system of the international transport corridor (MTC) Primorje-2, which will allow to handle transit, export, import and cabotage cargoes, including from the Primorsky Territory.
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