ENGEOCOM Recognized for their Contributions

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Ernest Rudyak recognized for his contributions.

The team of “ENGEOCOM” received awards for their contributions involving the preparation and holding of the Olympic Games in Sochi. Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered the award, which consisted of diplomas and commemorative medals. During the presentation, Putin stated that these awards were well deserved for the “significant contribution to the preparation and holding of the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic WInter Games in Sochi.”

Dmitry Evseev praised the achievements of employees who helped in the construction of the Olympic facilities and thanked them for their incredible support and hard work. This project was a huge undertaking and the company benefited greatly, gaining invaluable experience in implementing projects of this magnitude.

“ENGEOCOM” built two major sports facilities in the capital for the 2014 Winter Olympics. The buildings houses the Ice Palace for figure skating and short-track “Iceberg” (2012) and the Central Olympic Stadium “Fischt” (2013). Ice Palace “Iceberg” has become one of the most important architectural symbols from the Olympic Games in Sochi. The facility featured a wavy shape lined with blue glass windows. It is a collapsible structure, constructed of 15,000 tons of metal with no welding, it is fastened together with screws.

The company also contributed to the development of transport infrastructure, with the construction of federal highway M-27. The highway become one of the most important roadways in the city of Sochi during the Olympic Games. The route diverted traffic flow from the nearby settlements and carried service guests and athletes in and out of the Olympic Park. For more on this news, check it out here.

from Ernest Rudyak | Construction & Company Projects http://ift.tt/1dBUkHn

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