All the buildings were made by the Titan-2 subsidiaries: Northern Construction Department, Concern Titan-2, JSC SEM and JSC MSU-90.
77th and 78th fire departments will move into these buildings in order to ensure fire safety of LNPP-2.
The central building will house inspector’s offices, watch rooms and break rooms, kitchen, gym, event hall, fire hose drying tower, warm parking lot for 4 vehicles, repair shop and car wash.
The main part of the building is the control room where firewatcher monitors all the fire safety signals from the plant. Alarm system is also installed there.
Training center is adjacent to the main building and designed for the trainings including those on firefighting at height.
An area for line-ups is also located inside.
Moreover, territory of the complex accommodates foam compound storage, electric substation, emergency waterproof shelter for 2 vehicles, personnel refuge with a diesel generator, sport venue, obstacle course, petrol filling station, and fire-fighting piping.
As of now, the buildings are under final finishing, furniture and equipment are being installed.
Titan-2 Holding is the largest in the North-West group of companies, constructing the most important nuclear industry and power facilities. The company performs a full range of construction and installation works from engineering to commissioning.
Titan-2 Holding is the general contractor for the construction of the Leningrad NPP-2 power units. The Holding Companies perform all the civil, installation, and electrical works at a construction site. The works are carried out in the reactor, turbine, power supply, water supply, heat cogeneration buildings and other power unit structures.
The Holding is the main contractor for the construction of the Hanhikivi-1 NPP in Finland.