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Construction of the route M-11 “Moscow – St. Petersburg”
The M-11 highway, built by GlavMostoTrest, originates from the Moscow Ring Road and runs through 4 regions: Tver, Leningrad, Novgorod and, of course, Moscow.
The road ends near the highway, which is located around St. Petersburg. At the same time it goes around the settlements and reaches a length of 684 kilometers.
According to the developed project, the construction of the route m 11 passes in several stages: separately for each area. The number of lanes on the road varies from 4 to 10, depending on the location, and the width of each is 3.75 meters. In addition, the track is fully equipped with lighting and has more than 300 artificial structures (bridges, overpasses and overpasses), as well as several dozen sites and recreation areas.
The modern highway, the construction of which is planned to be completed in the spring of 2018, is an environmentally friendly facility. The track is ennobled with green plantations and noise protection screens, as well as special underground tunnels, allowing animals to move safely and safely.
In fact, the M-11 was created in order to unload the M-10 "Russia" and promote high-quality and rapid movement between the two capitals: Moscow and St. Petersburg.
A system for cleaning storm and thawed waters is also thought through. Thanks to the use of modern technologies, the design of the route is designed in such a way as to avoid water pollution.
As for the safety of motorists - the paid section of m11 is equipped with modern energy-intensive barrier fences. Also during the construction, new technologies were used to place markings and road signs.
To date, 15-58 kilometers have been opened for traffic, which made it possible to unload Khimki and the road towards Sheremetyevo airport, as well as 258-334 kilometers (bypass of the settlement "Vyshny Volochyok" in the Tver region).
Construction of the route M-11 “Moscow – St. Petersburg”Opening in 2018
Western high-speed diameter
The main road starts from the junction with the Ring road in the southern part of the city, follows the area of the Sea Port of St. Petersburg, then the Vasilievsky Island and further north to the E-18 Scandinavia highway.
The motorway is 46.6 km long, of which 55% are man-made structures (overpasses, bridges, overpasses and tunnels). The width is 4-8 bands. The route runs along the western part of St. Petersburg that leads to the Gulf of Finland and connects the Big Seaport of St. Petersburg and the city's main transport complexes with the St. Petersburg Ring Road and exits to the Baltic States, Scandinavia and the regions of Russia.
The route of the highway runs from Beloostrov in the north of the city to the station Predportovaya in the south, where it connects with the Ring Road (KAD). A partly constructed continuous traffic line "Transport bypass of the center" is connected to the WHSD - on Gutuevsky Island (south) and on Primorsky Avenue (north).
Due to the passage of the road in the body of the dense residential and industrial development, saturated with communications, almost half of the route was designed on overpasses, which were solved in a single architectural and artistic style reflecting the modern technical capabilities of bridge construction, as well as a delicate and careful attitude to the existing urban landscape.
During the construction of the first stage of the Western Speed Diameter, GlavMostoTrest had installed 75 thousand square meters of supports and beams of the bridge, around 33 thousand tons of metal superstructures, as well as had equipped the traffic area of 200 thousand square meters. Construction works started in September of 2005. The site lies from the interchange with LAR to the crossing of the Kasnoputilovskaya Street with the Lenin Avenue. It should be noted that the first stage of the Western Speed Diameter provides connection between the third and fourth regions of the Great Sea Port in Saint Petersburg and LAR, as well as with roads of federal significance. In total, the first stage of WSD makes 5,7 km in length, of which around 2/3 are artificial structures: 6 elevated roads, 2 transport junctions, crossovers through the Krasnoputilovskaya Street and Avenue of Citizens in Arms, and also 3 crossovers through railway lines.
During the construction of the second stage of the Western Speed Diameter, our company had performed works on two sites: from the Kalinin Street to the transport junction in the area of the Yekateringofka River, and between the streets Blagodatnaya and Krasnoputilovskaya. As of today, the second stage of WSD reaches 5,2 km in length, a major part of which are artificial structures.
Construction of WSD on the site from the Kalinin Street to the transport junction in the area of the Yekateringofka River let establish the connection between the first and the second regions of the port and the loop road, as well as decrease traffic load on city streets. During installation of transient structures, floating systems of 12 pontoons with tonnage 400 tons were used to transfer the transient block with already mounted cross braces and consoles. The block weighted around 120 tons and was assembled on-shore in advance.
Lifting structures to the place of installation was made using four winches and a system of blocks. Altogether, for all the time of construction works the second stage of WSD on the site from the Kalinin Street to the transport junction in the Yekateringofka region obtained the embankment almost 700 meters long, as well as the interchange adjacent to the road-street system and 2 slip roads 557 and 231 meters long. Besides, the company performed the work on creation of the site of the two-tier framework with cross-shaped grids, which length made around 150 meters.
During construction of the second stage of WSD on the site from the Krasnoputilovskaya Street to the Blagodatnaya Street, the company GlavMostoTrest, earlier – Mostootryad №19, performed works on construction of the slip road adjacent to the Lenin Avenue, as well as bridge supports and superstructures and painting of structures. The site has been opened for traffic since October of 2010, owing to which the traffic load on the Moscow and Vitebsk Avenues had greatly decreased. This site is set up with pedestrian tunnels and necessary communication lines: communication networks, gas pipeline, heat pipeline, and other utilities. The elevated part reaches 920 meters in length, while almost 1000 meters is taken by the surface part. It should be mentioned that the second stage of WSD on the site from the Krasnoputilovskaya Street to the Blagodatnaya Street has 8 driving lanes in two directions. Currently, this part of WSD provides communication with the embankment of the Bypass channel, as well as with the Mitrofanyevsky highway and the Kubinskaya Street. In October of 2012, after the site from the Blagodatnaya Street to the river Yekataeringofka was opened for traffic, the Southern part of the road was fully ready for exploitation.
We’d like to emphasize that the third stage of WSD on the site from the LAR junction with the highway Е-18 Scandinavia was built in the swampy area, which required certain technical solutions to provide durability and safety of the upcoming structure.
The length of the site is more than 14 km, of which 3 km are the portion of the Gorskoye highway and 13,5 km are slip roads. Length of artificial structures reaches 5487 meters; these are bridges over the rivers Chernaya and Sestra, and elevated roads and crossovers. In autumn of 2010, construction works on assembly of the slip road from the regional side of the loop automobile road and the slip road towards the station Gorskaya were finished. Hereby, the third stage of WSD provided the communication between LAR and the factory “Hyundai”, and already in a year after the main pass of WSD above the loop road was opened, traffic on the part of the factory towards the Moscow highway and Kronshtadt was fully established.
Construction works on the site of the fifth stage of WSD from the right bank of the river B.Nevka to the transport junction at the crossing with Bogatyrsky Avenue began in 2010. During all the period of construction, traffic flow continued on this site, which reasonable made an obstacle for works. Because the site for construction was fully equipped with communication lines, works on their transfer also required extra expenses.
In August of 2013, the fifth stage of WSD, major part of which is made by elevated roads, was fully opened for traffic. The length of the structure made 4946 meters; the length of slip roads – more than 2,5 kilometers, while the length of the site from the river B.Nevka to the Bogatyrsky Avenue made 2422 m.
In total, the fifth stage of WSD on the site from the right bank of the river B.Nevka to the transport junction with the Bogatyrsky Avenue has 4 crossovers, as well as elevated slips. This site is a kind of extra exit to LAR and it provides communication between the Northern regions of Saint Petersburg and the highway Е-18 “Scandinavia”, in bypass of the town Sestroretsk. Within the scope of construction works, reconstruction of the Primorsky transport junction was made, and already in spring of 2012 the crossover providing connection between the Primorsky highway and the avenue was opened, which promoted unloading of the crossing of the streets Savushkin and Planernaya. The company installed 17,5 thous. sq.m. of supports and foundation grills, almost 18 thous. tons of metal structures, as well as laid almost 84,5 thous. sq.m. of asphalt on the elevated road of the main pass.
Western high-speed diameterOpening in 2018
A bridge across the river Irtysh
Modern bridge crossing over the river. Irtysh, built under the project "Stroiproject" and JSC "Mostostroy-11", is a 12-kilometer long construction.
The bridge is an important component of the highway "Bypass of Pavlodar", which allows you to connect the central part of Kazakhstan and the nearby regions of Russia.
The construction of the bridge began in 2014, and on December 14, 2016, the solemn opening ceremony of the bridge took place.
When constructing the bridge, the latest technologies were used: the central arch was lifted using a special hydraulic system of cables and jacks called "Heavy Lifting". For Kazakhstan this was the first time, in addition to all the arch was the largest in all of Asia (252 meters in length and 40 meters in height).
The bridge allows drivers to save about 40 km of the road, while the capacity of the structure is 7 thousand cars per day. In total, the bridge is organized 4 lanes, and the width of the sidewalks is 2х1.0 m.
For the time being, the construction of the bridge was underway, more than a thousand specialists were involved in the project, most of them were residents of the Pavlodar region, and the construction itself is considered the largest infrastructure project of Kazakhstan.
A bridge across the river IrtyshOpening in 2016
The objects of IFC “Baltic Pearl”, St. Petersburg
Its construction has been in progress since 2005. Among the facilities of the IFC Baltic Pearl, built by our company: a bridge across the Matisov Canal, as well as a bridge across the Nameless Canal and a section of the wall of its embankment.
In total, according to the plan, six bridges are planned to be built on the territory of a modern residential area.
A new bridge across the Matisov Canal (already the third in a row) was built in 2013. The length of the structure was 40.3 meters, and width - 15.16 m. For the construction of bridge spans used reinforced concrete beams of 33 meters in length, as well as supports on prismatic reinforced concrete piles. To date, the crossing has 2 lanes for movement, and the length of each of them is 4 m. In addition to all this, the structure is equipped with two sidewalks 3 m wide.
The next crossing of the Baltic Pearl, a bridge across the Nameless Canal, reaches a length of 120 meters and this, with a width of more than 21 m. It is located in the fare between 39-6 and 39-7 quarters, and also has two sidewalks of 4, 2 meters.
Also completed work on the wall section of the embankment of the Duderhof Canal.
The objects of IFC “Baltic Pearl”, St. PetersburgOpening in 2013
Transport interchange on the section of the Ring Road “Narva-Bronka”
A modern traffic junction on the section of the Narva-Bronka Ring Road was opened for traffic on December 16, 2013.
It is a complex of various road structures: 2 overpasses (one - through railroad tracks to warehouses of oil products "Neste", 136 meters long and the second - through a dam, 239.7 meters long), as well as the access to the MMPK "Bronka", opened in 2015.
Before the construction of a traffic junction from the Narva highway, the Bronki area had only one junction leading to the Krasnoflotskoye Highway. To date, the intersection of the Ring Road in the Bronka-Narva section allows vehicles to reach the port in Bronka along the main road, bypassing city roads and streets.
Thanks to the construction of another 4 congresses with a length of 3.9 kilometers (there were only congresses of the decoupling of the Complex of protective structures with the Krasnoflotsky Highway), the traffic on the section of the Ring Road from the MMPK "Bronka" and along the highway towards the Narva highway was greatly facilitated. It is safe to say that this junction on the section of the Ring Road promotes an active and rapid development of the international trade market, and also helps to increase the level of services rendered in the port.
To connect the MMKK "Bronka" to the Ring Road to the north of the Krasnoflotsky Highway, 4 congresses with a total length of 3 886.5 m have been built, which complement the already available congresses of the decommissioning of the Complex of protective structures with the Krasnoflotsky Highway.
This project includes two overpasses with a total length of 375.3 m:
Overpass No. 1 is via railroad tracks to the Neste storage of oil products - 135.6 m.
Overpass No.2 through the dam 1 of a complex of protective structures with a high-speed road along its ridge, a length of 239.7 m, located on a circular curve with a radius of 85 m.
Customer of the construction of the interchange - PKU "Directorate for the construction of a transport by-pass of the city of St. Petersburg".
Transport interchange on the section of the Ring Road “Narva-Bronka”Opening in 2013
The motorway between Zvenigorodskoye Highway and Moscow-City MIBC
The construction of the facility began in 2007, commissioned by LLC "UKS CITY".
During the construction work, 2 railway overpasses, 7 overpasses, including technological ones, as well as 5 underground transitions designed for pedestrian traffic were built. Quite a large part of the work was done by GlavMostoTrest, and earlier Mostootryad No. 19.
Quite a large part of the work was done by GlavMostoTrest, and earlier Mostootryad No. 19. Among our construction projects:
The sections on the transit trestle of the Third Transport Ring (fitted with steel reinforced concrete and metal (from the main beams, topped with orthotropic slabs) are span structures, as well as reinforced concrete supports and foundations on bored piles)
The trestle at the congress with the TTC in the MIBC "Moscow City" (reconstruction of the existing trestle was completed, new monolithic sections were constructed and the bridge roadway was restored, the total length of the site is 530 meters, while the width of the structures is 14-24, 9 m)
A single-track railway overpass on the 27th branch, the length of which was 133.6 meters, with a carriageway width of 8.6 m (according to the project of JSC "Institute Giprostroymost", an individual metal span was developed, comprising 2 box-shaped main beams, combined from above with an orthotropic plate, also bored piles and reinforced concrete pillars were installed)
Overpass through the MK MK between the 2-nd High Street and Shelepikhinsky Highway
The overpass on the exit from the Moscow-City MIBC on the Third Transport Ring
Pedestrian crossing № 3
The overpass through the railway tracks of the Small Ring of the Moscow Railway (GlavMostoTrest was engaged in the liquidation of the facility)
Construction work was completed in the autumn of 2012. The total length of the constructed sections is 2.5 km. In addition to the strict schedule of works, the construction was complicated by the close proximity to residential buildings, the railway line of MK MZD, and the Third Transport Ring. But, despite this, the work was carried out in accordance with all requirements. The main task of the motorway between Zvenigorodskoye Highway and Moscow-City MIBC was fulfilled - the flow of cars on the Third Transport Ring in this part of the city was significantly reduced.
The motorway between Zvenigorodskoye Highway and Moscow-City MIBCOpening in 2012
Complex of flood protection facilities in St. Petersburg
Since St. Petersburg is located in the lowland, frequent flooding was an expected occurrence.
If you remember the history, at least once a year the northern capital flooded, so the government decided to build a dam, or rather, a whole complex of protective structures (GLC). In 1979, the construction of the St. Petersburg GLC began, as a result of which 11 dams, 2 navigational structures and 6 culverts, 3 navigable canals, as well as a motorway with 7 bridges, an automobile tunnel and 2 transport interchanges were built.
The company GlavMostoTrest, and formerly Bridgebuilding unit No. 19, was engaged in the construction of the main objects of the GLC since 1981. So, in 1982 an overpass was built on the Primorsky Highway near the station. Lysias the Nose. Construction work was conducted almost 2 years.
In 1984, the Temporary Bridge was built across the northern navigable canal. Initially it was planned to use it for about 4-5 years, but as a result the construction lasted more than 20 years. Since there were no approaches and approaches to the future design, it was difficult to conduct construction work. The crossing was erected in the Gulf of Finland water area, and the delivery and installation of span structures were carried out with the help of boats and large-capacity floating cranes. Initially, intermediate supports of the overpass of the bridge on bored piles were installed, and a little later the installation of reinforced concrete spans and supports was carried out.
In 1985, two bridges were built at once through a water-supply structure: B-5 and B-6. Basically, all the bridges on the territory of the GLC are similar to each other. The bridge crossing V-5 was built according to the scheme: 10x26m, but the bridge V-6 according to the scheme - 12x27, m. Both crossings have a natural base and intermediate supports on bored piles with a diameter of 1.5 m. The spanning bridges reach a length of 26 and 27 meters. The bridge through the B-6 has 12 culverts 24 meters wide, and the B-5 bridge has only 10.
In addition to bridges through culverts, in 1985 the company created the Technological Bridge on the dam D-7. It was built according to the scheme 8x21, with the size of G-11m + 2x1 and installed on bored piles with a diameter of 1.5 meters.
In 1986 and 1987 GlavMostoTrest has built two more bridges through the culvert construction - B-4 and B-3. The crossing over the structure B-4 was concreted in the dock off the coast and got its buoyancy by means of concrete bridges. Both bridges have 10 culverts each 24 meters wide. During the same period (1987), the Temporary Technological Bridge was built on the D-2 dam. When it was created, the same scheme was used as for the construction of a bridge across the dam D-7 (7x21m).
In addition to the main buildings, the "Bridgebuilding Detachment No. 19" equipped a complex of flood protection facilities in St. Petersburg with a number of other structures: Kotlin (1988), bridges across the culverts B-1 (1988) and B-2 (1989), as well as the overpass at the station "Bronka" (1989). The construction of a permanent P-2 bridge was started, but due to the stoppage of financing and construction work in the 1990s, the construction was completed by another contractor only in the 2000s.
The opening of the GLC was held on August 12, 2011, but it was the first time that the structures were used only on November 28 during the next flood. The total length of the complex of protective structures is 25.4 kilometers. In addition to the main purpose (to protect the city from flooding), the construction has one more function - it is part of the Ring Road around St. Petersburg.
Complex of flood protection facilities in St. PetersburgOpening in 2011
Bridges on the Obskaya-Bovanenkovo railway line
The construction of the Obskaya-Bovanenkovo railway line, on the territory of which GlavMostoTrest has created a number of bridges, began in 1986.
The main task of the design was to ensure the delivery of cargo for the development of the Bovanenkovskoye oil and gas condensate field. As a result, the length of the building reached 525 km and totaled about 70 bridges and 5 stations. Opening of traffic throughout the railway. line took place in 2011.
Modern bridges on the railway. line Obskaya - Bovanenkovo, were created by order of the PSMO "Yamaltransstroy." Construction work had to be conducted in the conditions of severe Yamal frosts and wetlands. In addition, the construction of bridges and the railway itself was carried out using unique modern technologies, so as not to harm the ecology of Yamal. At the time of construction, the Yamal swamp-yards, with a carrying capacity of 60 tons each, were in use at that time.
In total, GlavMostoTrest (formerly Bridgebuilding unit No. 19) created 3 bridges on the territory of the railway. Obskaya-Bovanenkovo line: a bridge across the lakes, located at 134 kilometers (length: 100.94 meters), a 168-kilometer (88-meter) bridge, and a bridge over the Shchuchi River, 110 kilometers away. The building has metal supports, a channel span, which is a steel farm 110 meters in length, as well as extreme spans, the length of 18 m. The bridge span is made in the form of boards on wooden beams and allows to withstand both road transport and rail. The bridge was built in 1988 according to the scheme 18 + 110 + 2x18 m. The total length of the structure is 168.2 meters.
Completion of the construction of bridges on the Obskaya-Bovanenkovo line was planned by the beginning of the 1990s, but the object was completed only in 2010 by another contractor. Prolonged construction was due to the distance of the main road, as well as the complexity of the site and weather conditions.
Bridges on the Obskaya-Bovanenkovo railway lineOpening in 2011
Construction of Fos Sosnovsky
A modern fitness center with a universal gaming hall in Sosnovo, Leningrad region was opened for visitors on December 21, 2011.
FOC construction was carried out within the framework of the program "Social development of the village for 2009-2012." As a result, 55.1 million rubles were allocated for construction of the structure, and construction work was completed in less than 2 years.
Not only sport lovers, but also professional sportsmen are involved here. During the day the complex receives more than 500 visitors, while the spectator stands are designed for 200 people.
In addition to the universal gaming hall, there is also a strength training hall, aerobics halls, martial arts, fitness hall and many other premises in the territory of the sports and recreation complex built by the Mostostroitelniy detachment No. 19 (now GlavMostoTrest). During construction of the structure, modern technologies and heat-insulating materials were used. The building has a glass facade, parking for cars, a video surveillance system, and is provided with local treatment facilities, two fire water reservoirs and its own transformer substation, which allows it to work in an autonomous mode.
The universal gaming hall of the Sosnovsky FLC, with an area of 1200 m², reaches a height of 12 meters and has a layout for various sports: tennis, volleyball, basketball, etc. On each floor of the sports complex there are locker rooms and showers.