150 students joined the company.

They form 10 construction brigades from 11 Russian regions: Leningrad, Voronezh, Tomsk, Volgograd, Kaluga, Belgorod, Nizhniy Novgorod, Penza, Saratov, Tyumen, and Perm Krai.

The brigades will work on the construction site of the second LNPP-2 power unit January 8 through February 28, 2019, as painters, plasterers, concrete workers, rebar fitters and design engineers. JSC “Concern Titan-2” provides students with special clothes, tools, personal protective equipment, transport to the work place, dormitory and 3-time meal, as well as pays salary.

Students will also take part in creativity and sports competitions, which will be traditionally arranged by the “Titan-2” Youth movement. The best brigade will be selected at the end of the shift.

That is not the first joint project of the JSC “Concern Titan-2” and the Student brigades headquarters. In the summer of 2018 the multiregional construction involving over 200 people was arranged at the LNPP-2 site, while in summer of 2019 it is planned to engage over 300 people to the facility construction activities. 


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.