The SRF “SKIF” is being built in Koltsovo Science City as part of the national project “Science” with the purpose to implement a modern domestic network of new generation synchrotron radiation sources. The SRF “SKIF” project includes a total of 28 buildings and structures.

Today, the specialists of the Directorate of Programs for Construction of Facilities in Novosibirskaya Oblast of JSC CONCERN TITAN-2 and JSC SEM Standalone Subdivision, as well as employees of subcontracting organizations, are engaged at the construction site.

For the purposes of the preparatory period, the works on transfer of the high-pressure gas pipeline from the construction territory were performed, the geodesic control network of the site was completed, a temporary protective fence was installed. Works on the installation of temporary lighting of the construction site are underway, part of the works on vertical planning has been postponed for the spring period.

The main works on the site are planned to start in April of this year. The construction of the facility will begin with the construction of an accelerator and storage complex with auxiliary buildings and structures, which include: the storage building with experimental stations, the injector building, the electrical power building, the engineering support building, the test benches and testing building, the related utility networks.

The deadline for commissioning the facility is December 2024.

About Titan-2:

TITAN-2 Holding is a Russian group of companies that build nuclear power facilities. Branch organisations of the Holding run the full cycle of works ranging from development of design documentation for nuclear power facilities to their commissioning.

TITAN-2 Holding acts as the General Contractor for construction of the new power units of the Leningrad NPP. Organisations of the Holding perform all civil, installation, and electric installation works at the construction site.

The holding is the main contractor at the construction of the Hanhikivi 1 NPP in Finland and of the Akkuyu NPP in Turkey as part of the Russian-Turkish Joint Venture T2IC.