At the Moscow Urban Forum, Mosinzhproekt will present Moscow’s flagship project – the National Space Center

At the 10th jubilee Moscow Urban Forum (MUF) to be held on July 1-4 in Zaryadye Concert Hall, Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding will present the construction plan of the National Space Center (NSC) at the stand. As an exclusive partner, Mosinzhproekt has been participating in the MUF since 2014.

Visiting the Mosinzhproekt exposition, the forum participants will be able to get detailed information about the features of the National Space Center construction. Learn how the Big Circle Line (BCL) of Moscow Metro and the largest Moscow Nizhegorodskaya Transport Interchange Hub are being constructed. Take a closer look at the implemented projects of the holding. The reconstructed Grand Sports Arena of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex and Helikon-Opera, Zaryadye Park with the multifunctional concert hall, the Palace of Gymnastics, and the Moscow Clinical Center for Infectious Diseases ‘Voronovskoe.’

The holding representatives actively participate in the business program of the exhibition. Alexander Gornostaev, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of JSC Mosinzhproekt, will speak about the holding’s participation in key Moscow programs to develop transport infrastructure at the discussion panel “Hub for millions. Transport Infrastructure of Superstar Cities.” Vladimir Dorovsky, Deputy General Director for Quality, Safety and Health Protection, Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection of Mosinzhproekt JSC, will speak about promising projects and innovative technologies in ecology and rational use of natural resources in the construction of infrastructure facilities at the session: “Mission is Possible. Engineering Infrastructure as a key to sustainable development.”


More than 450 speakers will take the floor at the Moscow Urban Forum. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held for the first time in hybrid mode, including offline and online participation of Russian and foreign experts. More than half of the participants will meet at the MUF site in person, and another 191 foreign speakers will join the discussions via video conferencing. Everyone will join the discussions and ask questions to the speakers on an interactive online platform on, access to which will be opened with the start of events on July 1, 2021.