The monolithic structures of the northern concourse of the Fiztekh station of the Lyublino-Dmitrovskaya line (LDL) extension section are almost complete, according to Mr. Andrey Bochkarev, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

The Mosinzhproekt Group of Companies is a general designer and general contractor for the construction of new lines and stations of the Moscow Metro.

“The northern concourse is the second one at the Fiztekh station which is combined with the maintenance staff building. It consists of seven levels – four underground and three above ground. The ground floor will be used as a ticket hall, while all of the underground levels and the top two floors will be used for service and utility premises. Now the concrete is already being laid at the level of the third ground floor, where there will be restrooms for the locomotive crews”, stated Mr. Andrey Bochkarev.

The head of the Moscow Complex of Urban Planning Policy and Construction recalled that the northern concourse of the Fiztekh station will provide passengers with access to Dmitrovskoye highway, and the first, southern concourse – to Akademika Landau Boulevard.

Mr. Yuri Kravtsov, CEO, Mosinzhproekt JSC, specified that concourse 1 will also have four underground levels and a single-storey passenger area on the above ground level.
“Now the slab and wall monolith is being constructed at the level of the turbine room, after which the main structures of the ticket hall will begin constructed”, added Mr. Yuri Kravtsov.

According to the holding’s CEO, in general, the in-situ-concreting at the Fiztekh station complex is nearing completion, and the installation of external utility networks, in particular the laying of the sewage system, has begun.

The length of the Lyublino-Dmitrovskaya line extension section under construction is about six kilometres and includes three stations: Yakhromskaya, Lianozovo and Fiztekh. The new stations will improve transport accessibility for residents of the Dmitrovsky, Vostochnoye Degunino, Beskudnikovsky and Lianozovo districts as well as the settlement of Severny.

Recall that two sections of the Lyublino-Dmitrovskaya line were previously constructed and commissioned with the participation of experts of the Mosinzhproekt Group of Companies. The Butyrskaya, Fonvizinskaya and Petrovsko-Razumovskaya stations were opened to passengers in 2016. And in 2018, the Okruzhnaya, Verkhnie Likhobory and Seligerskaya stations were commissioned. In 2022, concourse No. 2 of the Okruzhnaya station was commissioned: the formation of a large transport interchange hub was completed, combining metro and MCC stations, the MCD platform and ground transport, which significantly improved transport services for a number of districts in the north of the capital.

With its vast experience and expertise in underground construction and a solid portfolio of completed projects, Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding is celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2023: since 2011, with the company’s involvement, 70 stations, over 150 km of tracks and 11 electric depots have been constructed. From 1 March 2023, the Big Circle Line is fully operational with 31 stations. Its total length is 70 km. The construction of extension sections and the creation of new radial metro lines continue.