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The state corporation from China wants to take on the completion of the coastal "Star"

The state corporation from China wants to take on the completion of the coastal "Star"
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One of the largest construction corporations in the world, China State Construction Engineering corporation claims to be a contractor for the construction of the second stage of the Zvezda shipyard. Now representatives are negotiating with the customer of the Rosneft construction site about the possibility of starting work without a tender.

As the RBC, we are talking about the construction of the so-called outfitting workshops, where they will process and cut metal, assemble the main blocks for the construction of ships. This is the largest and most expensive facility at the shipyard. The amount of the contract may amount to 45 billion rubles. Tender for construction has not yet been announced; CSCEC would like to receive a contract without it.

This is not the first Chinese corporation to decide to take up the Star. Over the past two years, another construction giant from China has won three auctions for the construction of facilities of the second stage. The first was a dry dock worth 19,8 billion rubles. The second is the expansion of the pre-dock site by 2,8 billion rubles, the third is dredging by 15,3 billion rubles.

According to experts, the Russian construction industry is in decline, not a single enterprise in the Far East can pull such an object. In 2015, Rosneft handed over the construction of the first stage to a Russian contractor and was forced to terminate contracts due to deadlines.

Nevertheless, the first phase was completed, the second should be completed by 2024 year. A shipyard is being built near Vladivostok, in the Bolshoi Kamen bay. Ships for Arctic projects will be built at Zvezda.