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The builder of the "summit" bridges reduces staff

Tikhookeanskaya Mostostroitelnaya Kompaniya CJSC from Ussuriysk, which has built two of the three Summit bridges, at the end of last year notified several hundred specialists with unique experience of working on APEC construction sites about the upcoming dismissal.

According to the newspaper AIF-Primorye, December 31, 2013, contracts with 358 employees were terminated. According to the order of dismissal, today the company has no construction projects and, accordingly, construction and installation works.

Now the company employs a little more than 1,1 thousands of people, although in 2011, at the peak of bridge-building activity in Vladivostok, the number of employees at ZAO TMK was 2,6 thousand. Currently, TMK is involved in the construction of facilities for the future Vostochny cosmodrome in the Amur Region, but already as a subcontractor.

Recall that in the spring of 2013, the OFAS in the Primorye Territory annulled the results of two competitions for the construction of bridges in the region due to errors in the tender documentation. In addition, a criminal case was opened against ZAO TMK for illegal logging of forests in Ussuriysk. In September, Rosdalstroy LLC won a claim in the Arbitration Court of the Primorsky Territory for recovery of debt in the amount of 13,550 million rubles from ZAO TMK. In the autumn of 2013, the Ussuri bridge builders were forced to sell 25% of assets to cover their debts. TMK recently won a tender for the maintenance of two cable-stayed bridges in Vladivostok in 2014 and 2015.

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