The Bamtonnelstroy-Most Group of Companies is one of the leading Russian construction holding companies specializing in building of transport infrastructure facilities.
The tunnel division of the company originates from Construction Department “Bamtonnelstroy”. It was established in 1975 for the construction of tunnels on the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) by the order of the Ministry of Transport Construction of the USSR. In total, ten tunnels were built on the BAM, 70 km of underground mines were excavated. Among other things, the specialists of Bamtonnelstroy built Severomuysky Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Russia with a length of 15,343 m.
The bridge division of the company was also founded by the builders of the BAM, who constructed bridges along the entire railway line.
Due to the efforts of a unique team of professionals, over 46 years of the company’s existence more than 3000 construction facilities throughout the country have been put into operation, including such large-scale ones as:
- the bridge to Russky Island across the Eastern Bosphorus Strait for the 2012 APEC Summit in Vladivostok, which decorates a 2,000-ruble banknote;
- the combined highway and railway route between Adler and Alpika-Service mountain resort for the 2014 Olympics in Sochi;
- the facilities of the Sabetta seaport on the Yamal Peninsula;
- the Blagoveshchensk-Heihe Bridge, the first cross-border highway bridge across the Amur River between Russia and China;
- the new Baikal Tunnel.
Today the Group of Companies carries out construction and reconstruction of railways and highways, large and small bridges, tunnels, ports and berths, hydraulic facilities, and airport runways.
Modern technical equipment and vast operational experience of the Group of Companies’ specialists make it possible to get prepared and start construction works anywhere in Russia within 1 month. Special attention is given to structural reliability and operational life of the erected facilities, strict adherence to quality standards, as well as environmental protection measures.