News | 01.12.2020

ABOUT ONE THIRD OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF SLAVYANSKY MIR STATION, TROITSKAYA METRO LINE, HAS BEEN COMPLETED

About one third of the construction of Slavynsky Mir Station, Troitskaya Metro Line, has been completed. That’s been reported by the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin. The Troitskaya Metro Line section from Ulitsa Novatorov Station to Communarka Station is designed by Mospromproekt JSC, which is part of the Group of Companies Mosproekt-3.

 “We can see the concrete shape of Troitskaya Metro Line, the largest metro radius in Moscow (about 40 km), To date, tunneling operation between the two stations have been completed and work is under way in three other tunnels. The section from Ulitsa Novatorov Station to Communarka Station is under construction. It will be the first section of a long branch from The Moscow Central Circle (MCC) to Communarca Station and further to Troitsk,” the Mayor said.

“Removal of engineering communications has been completed, mounting an enclosing structure for construction pit have been carried out, earthworks have been nearing completion and monolithic works are under way on Slavynsky Mir Station,” said Andrey Bochkarev, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Planning and Construction.

 “Currently, tunneling between Ulitsa Novatorov Station, Universitet Druzhby Narodov Station and Ulitsa Generala Tuyleneva Station has been continued. Tunnels between Ulitsa Novatorov Station and Universitet Druzhby Narodov Station can be completed before the end of this year,” Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction added.

The section of Troitskaya Metro Line became the first Russian metro project designed using BIM-technologies.

 “Over 90 % of the Slavynsky Mir Station project documentation is made using information modelling technologies. Our specialists have developed the architectural model, fully developed engineering systems of water supply, drainage, cable routes. The use of BIM technologies allows to solve the problems which on classical drawings is practically impossible to identify: different systems interconnection and their interconnection with station design. By implementing the information modelling technologies, it is possible to significantly optimize the duration of projects. 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,” Anna Merkulova, The Group of Companies Mosproekt-3 CEO, said. “Thanks to BIM-technologies the customer and contracting organizations can in the future create detailed scheduling of calendar-network planning, determine the exact quantities and time of delivery of materials and equipment to the construction site, etc,” the Mospromproekt Company Technical Director Dmitriy Tsyupa outlined advantages of BIM-design in the expert interview with Moscow 24 TV channel