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Improvement of the territory started by contractors of DRSK in Vladivostok

Improvement of the territory started by contractors of DRSK in Vladivostok
Photo: press service of the DRSK

In Vladivostok, DRSK power engineers continue construction of a 35 kV cable line. At the same time, the contractors of the company began to improve the territory, where the cable laying has already been completed.

According to the press service of the DRSK, a new 35 kV backup cable line is being built in the Pervomaisky district of Vladivostok for more reliable power supply. It will also be used as a backup for the Churkin microdistrict. Landscaping began at the Kalina Mall shopping center, then work will continue along Kalinina Street.

In total, more than two kilometers of the cable line have been laid; in total, three kilometers of the route have been prepared for laying power lines - this is 70% of the total volume of work. The length of the cable line will be only about four kilometers.

For horizontal drilling and cable laying, five "punctures" have been prepared under the road. This method allows you to leave the roadway intact; in total, eight "punctures" are needed, including under the railway crossing, the Explanation River and the residential area on Sportivnaya Street.

The construction and installation work of the power industry began on February 3, everything is proceeding in accordance with the schedule. In crowded places, work is carried out at night in order to minimize the inconvenience of residents and motorists. Construction will be completed in the second quarter of 2021.

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