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Khusnullin checked the construction of a dock at the Zvezda plant in Primorye
Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Marat Khusnullin paid a working visit to the Zvezda plant in the Primorsky Territory. He examined the construction progress of a dry dock, unique for the country.
According to the press service of the Primorye government, the dry dock of the Zvezda plant is a unique hydraulic structure in Russia. There are no such large docks in the country yet. Start-up and commissioning works are underway at the construction site, embankments and dock berths are being built. All stages of construction are proceeding as planned.
In addition, the deputy chairman of the government visited the sites for the construction of infrastructure facilities. In particular, he checked the progress of the construction of residential buildings for workers of the Zvezda plant.
The dry dock itself is planned to be used for the construction of drilling platforms, supertankers, gas carriers, supply vessels and other types of marine equipment. The plant's products are also suitable for work in the Arctic. Now the specialists of the shipyard, Rostekhnadzor and the State Expertise are checking the readiness of machines and mechanisms for operation. Construction is planned finish this year.