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The construction of a shipyard in Yakutia is delayed due to a shortage of workers
In Yakutia, the construction of the Zhatayskaya shipyard is behind schedule due to a shortage of workers. Instead of 140 people, only 60 work at the facility.
According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, now the facility is experiencing problems with the supply of metal structures and other materials. However, the main problem of construction is the lack of personnel. As First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Sadovnikov noted during his visit to the facility, some of the workers took holidays on the weekend, which is unacceptable during the short construction season.
Now, instead of 140 people, 60 are working at the facility, another ten workers are to arrive on May 11. Also, a team of installers is expected at the shipyard after May 20. However, bricklayers are needed now. And because of the pandemic since last year, it is not so easy to find qualified builders in the republic.
Now all workers who come to the construction of the Zhatay shipyard are being tested for coronavirus. To catch up with the work schedule, the facility management plans to transfer the builders to two-shift work.
Building started in April 2019... It was planned to allocate more for the object from the federal budget four billion rubles, another 750 million rubles will be provided by the budget of the republic, 873 million rubles will come from extra-budgetary sources. The object should be completed by the end of 2021. It will be able to simultaneously repair up to 10 river vessels.