Power Machines’ new industrial complex passes inventory procedure

St. Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise "City Administration for Real Estate Inventory and Assessment" (GUION) completed cadastral and technical inventory works at Power Machines’ new power equipment production complex. 

Power Machines OJSC received necessary documents for obtaining permission to put the complex into commercial operation. Total area of the facilities amounts to approximately 50,000 sq. meters.

During the course of the document preparation, all the facilities within this complex passed primary inventory procedure, including a low-speed turbine production building, a power equipment electrical accessory building, an administration and amenity building and other structures and premises. Technical plans, certificates, floor layouts and room schedules were drawn up.

GUION conducted cadastral survey of the complex, using its own network of base stations (satellite aerials) installed at four points along the city perimeter – in Sestroretsk, Lomonosov, Pushkin and Belinsky Street. This technology enabled determination of the buildings’ coordinates necessary for cadastral registration of newly constructed real estate assets with the accuracy of up to 5–7 millimeters. Received information was entered into technical plans of the facilities.

Power Machines’ new industrial complex, located in the Metallostroy area, St. Petersburg, is outfitted with high-tech equipment for production of turbines and generators and is provided with all necessary utilities. The complex, currently being under pilot operation, is destined for expansion of Power Machines’ production capacities and industrial cooperation with the company’s traditional manufacturing subdivisions (LMZ, Electrosila), as well as for production of low-speed turbines – the company’s innovative development.

An operational program of the new complex envisages output of steam turbines and turbogenerators with capacity rates starting from 500 MW for large thermal power units and nuclear power plants, as well as steam turbines for NPPs of high-speed and low-speed designs rated at 1,200 MW, with the possibility of the lineup expansion up to 1,800 MW.