Over its 80-year history, Mostotrest has built an excellent reputation based on a track record of delivering high-profile, complex and strategically important projects on-time while maintaining the highest quality standards. The Company has a highly skilled workforce. Its branches are located in Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Rostov-on-Don, Ryazan, Tula, Cheboksary, Kirov, Voronezh and the Moscow region. Each branch has its own production facilities enabling it to construct a range of complex infrastructure. In addition, two of Mostotrest’s branches in Moscow and Tula, have the technical capacity to produce technically complex building materials and components.
Over the recent years, Mostotrest expanded its expertise outside of core bridges and highways construction markets becoming the first integrated diversified infrastructure holding in Russia, able to successfully compete for large and complex projects in essentially all segments of the transport infrastructure construction market.
The Company’s areas of operation (including Transstroymekhanizatsiya, Mostostroy-11, United Toll Systems Co., Mostotrest-Service and North-West Concession Company(à)) are:
- Engineering, construction and overhaul of:
- Highways and bridges
- Railways and railway bridges
- Airfields and airports
- Ports and waterways
- Other infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects
- Maintenance and repair
- Toll-based operation
- Concession business
- Road bridge over the Angara river (Irkutsk, 2009)
- Zhivopisniy bridge over the Moscow River in Serebryaniy bor (Moscow, 2007)
- Pulkovo traffic interchange (St. Petersburg, 2007)
- Bolshoi Obukhovskiy bridge over Neva river (St. Petersburg, 2007)
- Cable-stayed bridge over the Oka river (Murom, 2009)
- Reconstruction of Luzniki subway bridge (Moscow, 2000)
- Bogdan Khmelnitskiy and Pushkinskiy pedestrian bridges (Moscow, 2001)
- Construction of section of the fourth transport ring between Shosse Entuziastov highway and Izmailovskoe highway in Moscow (2008-2015)
- Bridge across Don river at Sivers str. in Rostov-on-Don (2007-2010)
- Motorway Zvenigoroskoe highway – Business Center "Moscow City" (2009-2011)
- Combined highway and railway from Adler to Alpika-Service (Sochi, 2009-2012)
- Alternate for Kurortniy avenue in Sochi (2009-2012)
- Transport intersections in Sochi (Adler Ring Interchange, Stadium Interchange, Golubye Dali Interchange) (2009-2011)
- Segment of M-11 "Moscow – Saint Petersburg" Highway in the Tver Region (Vyshny Volochek bypass, 2011-2015)
- Businovskaya Traffic Interchange (Moscow, 2011-2015)
- Molodogvardeiskaya Traffic Interchange (Moscow, 2011-2015)
- M-11 Narva Highway Segment, Ust-Luga Commercial Seaport access road (Leningrad region, 2011-2015)
- Sochi airport (Alder, Krasnodarsky krai, 2009-2010)
- Vladivostok airport (Vladivostok, Primorsky krai, 2009-2011)
- Vladivostok-Nahodka-Port Vostochniy highway (Primorsky krai, 2010-2011)
- Highway between Alpika-Service and Roza-Khutor (Krasnodarsky krai, 2009-2011)
- Sheremetyevo-2 airport (Moscow 2009)
- Gelendgik airport (Kransnodarsky krai, 2009)
- Ufa airport (Republic of Bashkortostan, 2009)
- Railway in Nakhodka (Far East, 2009)
- Section of St. Petersburg ring road (St. Petersburg, 2008-2011)
- M1 highway "Belarus" (2007-2011)
- Interchange at Dzhubga-Sochi highway (2009-2011)
- Narin - Gazimursky Zavod railway (Zabaykalsky Krai, 2008-2012)
- Eastern Siberia — Pacific Ocean Oil pipeline (Far East, 2009)
- Section of the M-4 "Don" highway (Tula region, 2009)
- Logistics center — Industrial park "Vostochny" (Noginsk, Moscow region, 2007-2009)
- Chita — Zabaikalsk highway (Zabaykalsky Krai, 2009)
- Vnukovo airport (Moscow, 2011-2012)
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport (Kamchatsky krai, 2012-2014)
- M-9 Baltiya Highway (Moscow region, 2011-2015)
- M-4 "Don" Highway, km 492.7 – km 517.0 (Voronezh region, 2011-2029)
- The km 225.6 – km 633.0 Segment of the M-4 Don Highway (Tula, Lipetsk and Voronezh regions, 2011-2029)
- M-5 “Ural”
- A-107 (Small Moscow Ring)
- A-108 (Big Moscow Ring)
- A-130 (Moscow-Maloyaroslavets-Roslavl)
- M-8 “Kholmogory”
- M-9 “Baltiya”
- A-109 (Ilyinskoe Highway)
- A-105 (access road to Domodedovo Airport)
- M-4 “Don”
- R-22 “Caspian”
- M-10 “Russia”
- Moscow – Saint Petersburg Tollway,15 – 58 km segment (Moscow region, 2011-2014)
Highways and bridges
Bridges and highways remain the core business of Mostotrest. Mostotrest is engaged in the construction and overhaul of highways and various types of bridges and interchanges. Mostotrest specialises in construction and overhaul of different types of bridges (cable-stayed, pedestrian and multi-level bridges), motorways and intersections.
Railways and railway bridges
Mostotrest constructs and overhauls railway bridges as well as railway pathways and corridors. When undertaking these projects, the company performs excavations and structural works for the embankment and typically subcontracts specialised works, such as laying the rails, to third parties. Mostotrest’s railway and railway bridge construction customers in Russia are: OJSC Russian Railways and the Federal Agency for Railway Transport (Roszheldor).
Other infrastructure projects
Mostotrest constructs and overhauls other infrastructure projects including construction projects of subway lines, tunnels and monorails. In 2000 Mostotrest completed the reconstruction of Luzhniki subway bridge in Moscow, in 2004 the Company built the Moscow monorail transportation system and completed working on the extension of Avtozavodskaya subway line in Nizhny Novgorod from Moskovskaya station to Gorkovskaya station with a combined subway bridge. Typically, Mostotrest’s customers for its other infrastructure construction projects are regional and municipal authorities and private customers.
Possession of 76% stake in LLC Transstroymekhanisatsiya and a non-controlling equity interest in OJSC Mostostroy-11 significantly strengthened Mostotrest’s position in construction of highways, railways, airports and ports segments, and also expanded its presence in major Russian regions such as the Urals, the Siberian and the Far Eastern Federal Districts.
Acquisition of 60% stake in CJSC Natsionalnaya Industrialno-Torgovaya Palata (since 2013 - Mostotrest-Service) and increase of share in United Toll Systems Co., Ltd to 84.3% were parts of Mostotrest’s strategy for expanding and strengthening its business in related business segments, including toll road operation. Acquisition of 50% stake in the North-West Concession Company(à) allowed creating the platform for the concession business, the related segment with longer term contracts and stable revenues effectively supplementing the construction business.
Key projects of Transstroymekhanisatsiya, United Toll Systems Co., Mostotrest-Service, North-West Concession Company(à) include:
Transstroymekhanisatsiya– construction and reconstruction of the objects:
United Toll Systems Co.
– repair, maintain and operation, including operation of the Toll Collection System and Intellectual Transport Systems (ITS) of the object:
– maintenance and repair since 1 January 2013 to 30 June 2018 of the following federal public roads:
North-West Concession Company
– concessioner of:
Mostotrest also performs other non-infrastructure works. This business includes the construction of foundations for business centres, residential houses and shopping malls, as well as shore protection and other ancillary works. Typically, Mostotrest’s customers for its non-infrastructure construction projects and ancillary services are private.
a) Mostotrest holds a 100% stake in Plexy Ltd., which owns 50% stake in “North-West Concession Company”.