“SLAVYANSKY MIR” STATION OF TROITSKAYA METRO LINE IS 1/3 COMPLETE
“Slavyansky Mir” Station, Troitskaya Metro Line, has been 1/3 complete. That has been reported by Sergei Sobyanin, the Mayor of Moscow. The experts of Mospromproekt, that forms a part of the Group of сompanies Mosproekt-3, designed and engineered Troitskaya Metro Line section from “Ulitsa Novatorov” Station to “Communarka Station”.
“We can see Troitskaya Metro Line is already getting its real shape, the largest metro radius in Moscow (about 40 km). At present, tunnelling operations between the two stations have been completed and the work is in progress in three other tunnels. The section from “Ulitsa Novatorov” Station to “Communarka” Station is under construction. It is going to be the first section of a long line from The Moscow Central Circle (MCC) to “Communarka” Station and further on to Troitsk,” said the Mayor of Moscow.
“On “Slavyansky Mir” Station the removal of engineering networks has been completed, mounting the enclosure structures for the construction pit has also been carried out, the earthwork operations are close to being completed and in-situ concrete operational works are in full progress,” said Andrey Bochkarev, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Planning and Construction.
“At present in Troitskaya line the tunneling between “Ulitsa Novatorov”, “Universitet Druzhby Narodov” and “Ulitsa Generala Tuyleneva” stations is being carried out. The tunnels between “Ulitsa Novatorov” and “Universitet Druzhby Narodov” stations can be completed by the end of the current year,” added the Head of Moscow Complex of Urban Planning Policy and Construction.
The section of Troitskaya Metro Line became the first Russian metro project designed and engineered by means of BIM-technologies.
“Over 90 % of “Slavynsky Mir” Station project documentation is made by means of information modelling technologies. Our experts have developed the architectural model of the object, developed entirely the engineering systems of water supply, drainage, cable routes. The application of BIM technologies at the stage of design and engineering enables to solve the problems which on classical drawings are practically impossible to identify: different systems interconnection and their interconnection with the station structures. By implementing the information modelling technologies, it is possible to significantly optimize the deadline of projects’ implementation. This is particularly relevant for the New Moscow area, which needs to be integrated into the transport system of the capital as soon as possible,” said Anna Merkulova, CEO of the Group of сompanies Mosproekt-3.
As a result of BIM-technologies, in the future the customer and contracted organizations are likely to create detailed schedules of calendar-network planning, determine the exact number and time of the delivery of materials and equipment to the construction site, etc,” Dmitriy Tsyupa, the Technical Director of the company Mospromproekt, outlined the advantages of BIM-design and engineering in the expert interview with Moscow 24 TV channel.