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History Project institute №1 - the country's history

1949

In April 1949, the Ministry for the Construction of Machine-Engineering Enterprises began directing Project Development Institute No. 1. A great scope of hydro-technical work shipbuilding design projects was still in progress, and a new chapter was started, namely, the designing of machine-engineering enterprises. The Institute went on to design over 200 such enterprises.

A metalwork department specializing in complex work in metal was established at the Institute in December. The department was headed by A.P. Morozov, a qualified industry specialist, and he arranged Morozov’s weekly Tuesday meetings on both design and scientific issues. 

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Волжская ГЭС i

Автор: Брянов Алексей

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Volzhskaya hydroelectric power station

The hydroelectric power station on the Volga (formerly Stalingradskaya, Volgogradskaya, today - Volzhskaya) in Volgograd Region is currently included in the structure of Rushydro. Its construction was carried out from 1950 till 1961. Developing the technical project for the sluices of the Stalingradskaya HPS was one the basic works of Project Development Institute No. 1 in 1952. 

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Сергей Павлович Чабурин

Sergey Chaburin

Chief engineer 1954–1967

He was appointed chief engineer of Project Development Institute № 1 by order of USSR Gosstroy (State Committee for Construction) on August 6, 1954. He started his career at the Institute virtually from the time of its foundation. In 1947, he became head of the hydrotechnical department; in 1949, he was included in the technical council that was set up at the time. He was a member of groups of authors working out advanced structures; he is the author of many published professional papers. Honored Builder of the RSFSR, he was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor.

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