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History Project institute №1 - the country's history


In 1981, detailed design drawings of general layouts for 16 projects were carried out, led in terms of sheer scale by: Atommash plant, Krasoyarsk trailer plant, industrial mill complex in Leningrad, ‘‘Mechanobr’’ Institute campus in non-residential area Rybatskoe in Leningrad. 



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Николаевский судостроительный завод i

Автор: Александр Кремко


Nikolaev shipbuilding plant

A complex slipway renovation design for Nikolaevsky shipbuilding plant was considered at one of the first meetings of the technical board that was established at Project Development Institute No. 1 in 1947. Under conditions of a new production process, it was required to raise the building height to 9.15 meters and install cranes with 30.5 ton lifting capacity. These activities were successfully completed without ceasing production just in 8 hours. Chief Designer at Project Development Institute No. 1 E.V. Myatlyuk was awarded with the Red Banner of Labor medal for this engineering solution.


The Institute’s outstanding personalities

 Евгений Сергеевич Сикорский

Evgeny Sikorsky

Director of Project Development Institute No. 1 1976–1983

Evgeny Sikorsky assumed the office of director of Project Development Institute No. 1 on 4 October 1976 in accordance with an order by the Main Construction Department of the USSR. During his management tenure, the Institute’s most important projects included: Atommash plant in Volgodonsk, Belorussian, Chimkent and Nizhnekamsk tire plants, Nadezhda copper-nickel plant in Norilsk, Considerable work scope was also devoted to projects involving Leningrad industrial giants i.e. Electrosila, Krasny Vyborzhets, Izhora plant, Admiralty Shipyard. Evgeny Sikorsky was dismissed by order of the Main Construction Department of the USSR as of 21 July 1983 due to a situation at the site of Atommash plant where foundation subsidences were encountered. During the later years of his work at the Institute, E.S. Sikorsky was the Head of the Technical department.


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