The holding is undergoing prequalification for participation in promising metro development projects in Turkey, Israel, Uzbekistan, and Saudi Arabia
Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding begins to expand to international metro construction markets, Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt, said at the 10th Moscow Urban Forum. The company is the operator of the Moscow metro development programme and the Exclusive Partner of MUF 2021.
“Today, Mosinzhproekt is taking the first practical steps to promote its engineering services to world markets: together with major Russian and international partners, it is undergoing prequalification for participation in promising metro development projects in Turkey, Israel, Uzbekistan, and Saudi Arabia,” Yuri Kravtsov said.
According to the company’s CEO, over the years of work Mosinzhproekt specialists have acquired unique experience in underground construction in a densely populated megacity with complex geology. These competencies place the company on a par with the world’s leading engineering companies in tunneling construction technologies.
“The participation of Mosinzhproekt in foreign metro development projects together with engineering partners who have proven themselves in the world markets will generate a synergy for further technological development of the company and an increase in its operational performance,” Yuri Kravtsov said.
Over the past ten years, more than 105 kilometres of metro lines, 51 metro stations and 11 train maintenance facilities have been built and commissioned in Moscow with the participation of Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding.
Earlier, Andrey Bochkarev, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction, said that Mosinzhproekt could act as a contractor for the design and construction of metro stations in other countries of the world. Mosinzhproekt previously planned to participate in joint metro construction projects in other countries. These plans remain in effect, the company will participate in tenders,” Andrey Bochkarev said.