Areas of activity

Инженерно-техническое проектирование, материально-техническое обеспечение и строительство (EPC-Услуги)

Engineering experience

AnaStroy’s engineering expertise includes traditional areas such as architectural, civil, electrical, mechanical and structural design, as well as process and mechanical design for pressure equipment, piping and instrumentation design.

AnaStroy’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement, production, construction, maintenance (EPFCM), and project management. The design process involves the application of construction and commissioning expertise and experience at an early stage, enabling the design of planned facilities for construction to be completed in the most efficient manner.

Logistical experience

AnaStroy utilizes its international logistics expertise and global supplier network to provide the best resources for its customers’ capital investments.

Thus, AnaStroy’s procurement and contracting professionals properly perform the following logistics activities to maximize the efficiency of material and service procurement and realize the customer’s objectives:

  • Contract management
  • Materials management
  • Logistics
  • Export compliance
  • Vendor management and record keeping

Experience in construction works

AnaStroy offers construction project management services utilizing proven technologies, integrated systems and processes to ensure optimal results for its customers.

AnaStroy’s global network of construction resources facilitates the efficient mobilization of skilled construction teams, construction equipment, and advanced cutting-edge technologies worldwide.

With access to a workforce of more than 2,000 construction personnel, AnaStroy is able to mobilize quickly to any location on the world map and provide the highest quality construction services.

Mining and metallurgical industry

Udokan Copper Project Mining and Metallurgical Combine of Trans-Baikal Territory, Udokan-Russia

A copper deposit located 30 kilometers south of the Novaya Chara railway station in Russia’s Trans-Baikal Territory on the Udokan Range. It is the largest copper deposit in the country and the third largest in the world in terms of copper reserves. The deposit is located in a permafrost zone in an earthquake-prone area.