OREANDA-NEWS. June 9, 2012. TSM, a Mostotrest subsidiary, has launched Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski Federal Airport Upgrade Project in the Kamchatski Region.

The Federal Government Unitary Enterprise Civil Airport (Airfield) Administration is acting as the Customer under the project to be delivered by the Federal Special Construction Project Agency Main Directorate for Road and Airfield Construction, acting as the General Contractor.

TSM is acting as a subcontractor under a subcontracting agreement with the value of RUB5.673 billion (including VAT). Project delivery deadline: December 2013.

The upgrade project will be implemented in 3 stages. TSM will upgrade pavement of the main high-speed taxiway, Runway 1, taxiways, passenger apron, aircraft parking positions, taxiway junctions with the runway and the main high-speed taxiway with the Defense Ministry aircraft parking positions.

To implement the project, TSM will use modern machinery and technology, which will allow to accelerate construction and significantly improve the quality and wear life of the infrastructure.

Today, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski Airport is the only airport in the Kamchatski Region ensuring flights to mainland. The upgrade project will improve air travel safety and make the airport suitable for such types of aircraft as AN-124, IL-96, TU-204, B-767-300, A-300, helicopter Mi-8.

TRANSSTROYMEKHANISATSIYA (TSM) is focused on construction and renovation of transport infrastructure, including automobile roads, airports and seaports. The Company operates in the Central, Southern and Far Eastern Federal Districts of Russia. TSM is currently involved in the renovation of Sochi and Vladivostok airports, construction of an automobile road between Alpika-Service mountain health resort and Roza Khutor ski resort in Sochi, as well as other infrastructure projects.

Mostotrest (including LLC Corporation Engtransstroy and LLC TRANSSTROYMEKHANISATSIYA) is the largest diversified infrastructure and bridge-building company in Russia. According to EMBS Group, the independent industry consultancy, Mostotrest had an 8.6% share of the total Russian infrastructure construction market in 2011 (excluding road maintenance and rehabilitation). Mostotrest’s core competences include construction and rehabilitation of automobile, railway and urban bridges, automobile roads and other transport infrastructure.

The company was established in 1930 as a developer of complex and oversized bridges, and has built and rehabilitated more than 7,500 infrastructure projects (bridges, flyovers, tunnels and interchanges) to date.

Mostotrest is currently implementing major infrastructure development projects across Russia, including transport infrastructure for the 2014 Sochi Olympics, Enthusiasts Avenue traffic interchange in Moscow, as well as infrastructure projects along M-4 Don, M-7 Volga and other highways.