The sports venue will house local volleyball team “Dinamo - Leningrad region”.

The center capacity of 2500 seats (with the possibility to increase up to 3000) will enable to hold basketball, handball, mini football games as well as other sports and cultural events.

Several Titan-2 Holding subsidiaries were involved into the construction process: JSC Concern Titan-2 acted as the General Contractor, JSC Concern Titan-2 Construction of Facilities by Own Resources branch performed civil works (site preparation, foundation, floorings, land improvement), JSC MSU-90 assembled and installed the metal frame, JCS SOSNOVOBORELECTROMONTAZH did electric installation.

Concern Titan-2 commenced regional volleyball centre construction in autumn 2017. Site preparation was the first step. 659 16-meter high piles were set under the sports venue foundation. They support the metal frame. In July 2018, the specialists installed the first column.

Upon approval of the Customer, Leningrad region government, Concern Titan-2 involved the Finnish designers. It resulted into the more modern facade and improvement of the arena and stands finishing quality.

Added to the civil works, JSC Concern Titan-2 performed land improvement, built a parking lot for 158 vehicles, landscaped the construction area.

Construction and installation works were finalized by the designed time - September 2019. In October, the venue systems will be tested, and JSC Concern Titan-2 will further deliver the completed facility to the Customer.


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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.