Representatives of TITAN-2 holding took part in a conference of the National Association of Construction Engineering Consultants (NACEC) and the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (Federation Internationale des Ingenieurs - Conseils - FIDIC). The company was also the general sponsor of the event.
Conferees discussed problems of fostering qualified engineers-consultants for the Russian construction industry and the way to create a uniform project management system. A separate session was dedicated to building nuclear power plants abroad.
Alexander Tupitsyn, the director of "Hankhikivi-1" NPP Construction Program, JSC CONCERN TITAN-2, shared his experience of interaction with foreign partners. He focused on difficulties and risks, which may arise while implementing international project due to difference in standards and the business principles.
"Our main objective when contracting companies in Finland is to explain them in details what they are expected to do and show our mutual commitments. Prior to contract conclusion several rounds of negotiations both verbal and in writing take place. It is important that all our steps and mutual commitments were put in writing and clear to both parties. It will allow to avoid disagreements in future", emphasized Alexander Tupitsyn.
The Holding “Titan-2” is the largest in the North-West group of companies, erecting the most important objects of the nuclear industry and energy. The organization performs a full range of construction and installation works from engineering to commissioning.
The Holding “Titan-2” is one of the main contractors for the construction of power units No. 1 and No. 2 of the Leningradskaya NPP-2. Main organizations of the company perform 30% of general construction and 80% of installation works on the site. Specialists of the holding are engaged on the objects of the Leningradskaya NPP-2 first and second power units. The works are being performed in the buildings of the reactor, turbine, electricity, water, heating system and other structures of power units.