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Concreting began at the construction site of the CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan

JSC RusHydro announced the beginning of work on concreting foundations for the frame of the main building of the power plant under construction. The process will stretch for several months: builders will have to lay more than 5,5 thousand cubic meters of concrete.

In parallel with this work, in January 2015 specialists will begin installing metal columns, trusses and ceilings of the main building, the press service of the power company reports. Also, at the construction site of the CHPP, foundations for the installation of temporary administrative and utility buildings have been completed, and equipment for a mortar-concrete unit and building trailers has been received. About 350 people and 103 units of equipment are working at the construction site and off-site facilities.

CHPP in Sovetskaya Gavan is one of the four priority investment projects of JSC RusHydro, implemented jointly with the holding RAO ES Vostoka. Work on the creation of new power capacities is carried out in accordance with the Presidential Decree on the development of Far Eastern energy.

Currently in the Sovzavansky district there is a construction of the access road of the CHPP, which includes the "Cape Maria" connecting station with a useful long receiving and shipping routes in 1,17 km, as well as an access road with an extension of 3,85 km with an exhibition park. The total length of newly laid tracks is 13,8 km.

During the implementation of off-site infrastructure projects, the first phase of the electric power transmission scheme is also being constructed - the 35 kV power transmission line in 110 kV dimensions of 2,2 km from the CHPP site to the Egge substation.

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