The Governor of Primorye Has Personally Congratulated the Employees of STG-Vostok with the Builder’s Day and Handed out the Awards

The Governor of Primorye Has Personally Congratulated the Employees of STG-Vostok with the Builder’s Day and Handed out the Awards

Oleg Kozhemyako thanked for the work aimed at creating the cultural future of the Far East.

“I am glad to welcome you on this day, which is very important for the industry. We can see here builders from different cities and regions, from the west to the east, there are representatives of Moscow, Siberia, the Far East, including the Primorye Territory and Belarus. Soon, specialists from Kaliningrad will arrive. All this speaks of the project importance, consolidation of great efforts required to build such facilities, – Oleg Kozhemyako said. – My father worked as Deputy Head for Construction of Primorskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant. I remember that in the 1960s-1970s, echelons of workers from Belarus, Ukraine, Estonia, central Russia, and Siberia came here. Later many of them settled down here, started a family. These traditions are being revived. When we’re speaking about large projects, it is the involvement of people with necessary competencies from all over the country that makes it possible to implement them efficiently and on time. I want to thank you for the important and necessary work, for the work that you are doing. Right here and right now you are creating the cultural future of the Far East and the entire Russia with your own hands.”


Igor Volkunovich Conducts a Tour Round the Territory for the Head of Primorye and the Mayor of Vladivostok (Right)

After the welcoming words, the region Head awarded the most distinguished employees of the company. Thus, letters of gratitude from the Primorye Governor were received by Igor Volkunovich, General Director of STG-Vostok, German Rudenko, Technical Director, 4-grade plasterer Larisa Yakovleva, electrician Aleksandr Latkin, concrete worker Aleksandr Chirikov, installers Konstantin Sorokoletov and Aleksandr Shobolov, as well as Evgeny Sheremet, Head of the local branch of National Cultural Heritage Foundation.


STG-Vostok Team

Special words of gratitude to the employees of Stroytransgaz were told by Vitaly Blotsky, Minister of Construction of the Primorye Territory.

“From the bottom of my heart I thank you, builders of Primorye, for your work for the benefit of our region. I wish everyone good health, well-being and new achievements!” – Vitaly Blotsky said.


The Governor of Primorye Awards Electrician Aleksandr Latkin (Right)

During the visit, the Governor of Primorye accompanied by Igor Volkunovich, General Director of Stroytransgaz-Vostok LLC also inspected the territory of the cultural and educational complex, assessed the performed landscaping works, visited buildings of the educational center and the branch of Choreographic Academy.


CEO of STG-Vostok LLC

The Head of STG-Vostok has noted that the works on Russky Island are implemented in line with the approved schedule, there are no backlogs.


STG-Vostok Team

“1,299 workers and 39 units of machinery are involved in the construction site. Currently, we are completing the landscaping, interior decoration of premises, installation of utilities and process equipment, as well as installation of facades. The overall readiness of the facility is 85%,” – Igor Volkunovich emphasized.

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Stroytransgaz Group is building cultural and educational complexes in Vladivostok and in 3 other Russian cities at the request of National Cultural Heritage Foundation for Social and Cultural Projects according to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s mandate. A large-scale cultural cluster in Vladivostok will be located on two sites, Russky Island and Eagle’s Nest Hill.