The labor shift takes place under the supervision of specialists of a subsidiary company of the holding "TITAN-2”, that is, PJSC "Northern Construction Department”.

All in all 57 students were recruited this year by the PJSC "Northern Construction Department". At present there are three teams working at the facilities of the plant under construction:  "VEGA named after E. Zelenko" (Voronezh region), "Atom named after G. Egorova" (Tomsk region), "Avangard" (Nizhny Novgorod region).

The students from the Civil Engineering University of Nizhny Novgorod have been employed in one of the facilities of the nuclear island of Power Unit  2 of the Leningrad NPP under construction.

They are performing reinforcement of the ceiling in the fresh nuclear fuel storage building. Until the end of the work shift they have to complete concrete casting of the ceiling slab.

Every day starts with a safety briefing. All operations performed by the students are recorded in a special log book by the team headman. Specialists of the Third Unit of SMU-1 of the “Northern Construction Department” give only positive opinion about the team that is under their care.

The youth movement of the holding "TITAN-2" helps the team members in carrying out leisure activities and providing solution of all organizational issues.


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.