Completed projects

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projects completed

Site surveys for construction involve comprehensive investigations of natural environment of an area and/or a construction site.

Specialists of JSC Lengiprotrans design transport development master-plans, which includes activities associated with placement of all railway infrastructure facilities in accordance with the process solutions adopted. The design work includes environmental impact assessment and development of recommendations on environmental protection.

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  • 1960 — 1969
Санаторий «Балтийский берег»
Sanatorium "Baltic Coast" is a medical and prophylactic institution of the St. Petersburg metro. It is located in a picturesque place on the Karelian Isthmus near the Gulf of Finland in the city...
  • 1960 — 1969
  • 1970 — 1979
Служебное здание на станции Пярну
Pärnu is a former railway station on the Tallinn-Pärnu line of the Estonian Railways. In the period 1966-1970, the Architectural and Construction Department (now OPGS) of Lengiprotrans...
  • 1960 — 1969
Совхоз «Целиноградский»
During the construction of railways for the development of virgin lands in Kazakhstan Lengiprotrans developed a project for the state farm "Tselinogradsky" 25 km from Tselinograd (now Astana...
  • 1960 — 1969
Здание управления Сирийских железных дорог
In the 1960s, Lengiprotrans participated in the design of buildings and structures on the Latakia - Oronte and Kamyshli - Aleppo - Oronte railways under construction in the Syrian Arab Republic....
  • 1960 — 1969
Совхоз «Жолкудук»
During the development of virgin lands Lengiprotrans designed 5 new large state farms in the Pavlodar region of the Kazakh SSR. Including the project of the state farm "Zholkuduk" was...
  • 1960 — 1969
Совхоз «Пограничник»
During the development of virgin lands Lengiprotrans designed 5 new large state farms in the Pavlodar region of the Kazakh SSR. Including the project of the state farm "Pogranichnik" was...
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