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State Philharmonic and the Arctic Center for Epic Literature and the Arts, Yakutsk

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This is a unique project, which has no analogues in Russia and the world. In the conditions of permafrost, a large-scale cultural and entertainment cluster of an international level will be built. Due to the level of equipment and amenities, the complex will become one of the most modern in the Far East.

Social and economic effects:

  • Raising the level of socio-cultural development of the region;
  • Creation of a new architectural dominant of the republic's capital;
  • Creation of a venue for international concerts and business summits;
  • Creation of an adjacent park and recreational area of over 12,000 square meters.


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"Khabarovsk Bypass" Highway

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"Khabarovsk Bypass" is the first high-speed highway in the Russian Far East. The new motor road will help resolve a number of issues in the regional capital, create additional workplaces and a more comfortable environment for city residents, promote the socio-economic development of the Khabarovsk Krai.

Social and economic effects:

  • Decrease the burden on the city road network by 18%;
  • Take the transit traffic flow out of residential areas;
  • Reduce harmful atmospheric emissions into; Khabarovsk atmosphere by 30%;
  • Reduce budgetary expenses for city road repair;
  • Ensure vehicle access to areas of priority socio-economic development;
  • Establish the conditions for the creation of a transport corridor with access to China’s road network towards Harbin;
  • New tax payments to the regional budget.

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Vinogradovo-Boltino-Tarasovka Highway, Moscow Oblast

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One of the first projects in the auto road construction sphere in Russia that will be realized through a private concession initiative. The construction of a high-speed motor road will improve the traffic situation in the Moscow region, and promote vehicle accessibility for the residents of three municipal districts.

Social and economic effects:

  • Create a new transport route and unburdening the adjoining roads;
  • Decrease traffic on the Moscow Ring Road, reduction of travel time;
  • Reduction of congestion on three major highways;
  • Decrease in the number of road accidents;
  • Establish conditions for the integrated development of the adjoining territories;
  • New tax payments to the regional budget.


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Bridge across the Kaliningrad Bay, Kaliningrad Oblast

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The construction of the bridge is the biggest concession project in the Kaliningrad Region and the first one, structured in the framework of private concession initiative. The construction of a bridge was stipulated by the master plan for the development of the regional capital until 2035. It will allow to loop the Ring Road, connect Kaliningrad’s Southern and Northern bypasses, reduce the distance between settlements by 40 km. 

Social and economic effects:

  • Creation of a new transport corridor to Europe;
  • Connection of the Southern and Northern bypasses of Kaliningrad;
  • Conclusion of traffic flows from the northwest of the region;
  • Improving transport accessibility of seaports;
  • New tax deductions to the regional budget.
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Bridge over the river Ob, city of Novosibirsk

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The Central bridge in Novosibirsk is a project that will allow to significantly improve the traffic conditions in one of Russia's largest cities. This task will be resolved with participation from a private investor based on a concession agreement. The new bridge will not only improve traffic accessibility of the parts of the city divided by the river, but will also become an architectural gem of the Siberian capital.

Social and economic effects:

  • Reduce travel time between the two banks of the Ob river by 30%;
  • Reduce traffic load on the existing bridges by 20%;
  • Improve the environmental situation by decreasing traffic jams;
  • Create additional traffic junctions;
  • Eliminate streetlights along the entire route;
  • Improve safety for drivers and pedestrians;
  • Establish conditions for the integrated development of new city districts;
  • New tax payments to the regional budget.
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A network of educational and recreational facilities, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

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12 social infrastructure facilities are being constructed simultaneously, including schools, kindergartens, cultural and recreational institutions. It is the largest social project in Yakutia, which will generate about 3,000 new seats in kindergartens and schools. It became possible via a public-private partnership. Modern buildings equipped with innovative equipment will establish entirely new conditions for the comprehensive development of children and their creative initiative.

Social and economic effects:

  • Reduce kindergarten waitlists;
  • Eliminate ‘second shifts in schools;
  • Positive effect on the demographic situation;
  • Decrease the population outflow and increased social attractiveness of the region;
  • Establish a comfortable environment for children and educators;
  • Create the conditions for the development of innovative educational methods.

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Public outpatient clinics, Novosibirsk


This is the first public-private partnership project in Russia's health care sphere that's structured according to the Federal Law on PPP #224-FZ. The main goal of the project is to ensure the availability and quality standards of medical care throughout the region. Prior to the end of 2022, 7 modern medical institutions are slated to be constructed in Novosibirsk, with a total capacity of over 6,500 visits per shift. The project stipulates not only for the construction of buildings, but outfitting them with latest-generation equipment.

Social and economic effects:

  • Reducing the shortage of medical infrastructure;
  • Elimination of queues to specialists of narrow profile;
  • Creation of medical facilities within walking distance in new neighborhoods;
  • Increasing outpatient capacity;
  • Introduction of modern medical technologies.

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Perinatal Center, city of Surgut

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The District Maternal and Children's Health Center is slated to become the largest perinatal center in Russia with an annual capacity of 10,000 deliveries. The launch of the new high-tech medical complex into operation will promote a rise in the birthrate, a decrease in infant mortality rates, an improvement of maternal and children's health.

Social and economic effects:

  • Preserve the high level of natural population increase in the Extreme North;
  • Implement modern health care standards;
  • Develop high-tech medical spheres, including neonatal surgery;
  • Establish a technological foundation for the development of the region's scientific and medical potential;
  • Create new workplaces for highly qualified specialists;
  • Increase the region's social attractiveness, decrease in the population outflow.

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Waste sorting facilities, Novosibirsk Oblast

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Construction of modern waste sorting facilities with waste utilization sites will allow to create an integrated system of solid municipal waste treatment in the region.

Social and economic effects:

  • Decrease the total amount of waste intended for disposal at deposit sites;
  • Improve the environmental situation in the region;
  • Improve the quality of life;
  • Implement separate waste collection;
  • Develop waste recycling enterprises;
  • Create environmentally safe waste disposal sites;
  • Create new workplaces;
  • New tax payments to the regional budget.

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