Company description

Mostotrest is a transport infrastructure construction company. It is the first integrated diversified infrastructure holding in Russia and the largest building company in the Russian Federation by revenue for works conducted in-house, according to independent industry consultant EMBS Group. The company was founded in 1930 under the name of the All-Soviet Trust for the construction of extra large bridges «Mostotrest». To date the company has completed over 7,500 bridges, foot bridges, tunnels and complex transport interchanges.

The company specialises in building and reconstruction of bridges, highways, airfields, and water infrastructure facilities including marine and shore structures and berth facilities, as well as other engineering constructions; providing services in maintenance, repair and toll-based operation; and investing in infrastructure projects.

Company details

6 Barklaya str., bld. 5

Participation in projects

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List of the updates in which the company was involved

Company updates

  • October 30, 2014

    Two teams submit bids for M3-Ukraine tender

    The State Company Russian Highways,

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  • October 28, 2014

    Five teams fight for fifth section of Moscow ring road

    The State Company Russian Highways,

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  • October 27, 2014

    Two bidders compete for Russian highway concession

    Russia's government-owned Avtodor has announced that two teams have bid for the 4th section of M-11 Moscow-St Petersburg highway.

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  • March 20, 2014

    Moscow announces toll road tender

    The Moscow City Government has announced that it plans to start a tender process to build and operate a four-lane toll road from the business center Moscow City to the Moscow Ring Road and meet the M1...

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  • February 18, 2014

    $190m overspend revealed on Moscow-St Petersburg highway PPP

    According to Russian newspapers, construction cost of the km 258 - km 334 (Vyshny Volochek Bypass) segment of the Moscow - Saint Petersburg Highway (M11), the first public-private-partnership (PPP) pr...

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