Stroyproekt Engineering Group is the leader of Russian road sector in the field of transport infrastructure design and construction supervision

Our member companies are located in various regions of Russia, from St. Petersburg to Moscow and from Saratov to Novosibirsk. Over the years, our engineers have designed many road structures (modern multi-lane highways, bridges, overpasses, flyovers and tunnels), including such major projects as the Ring Road and Western High Speed Diameter Motorway in St. Petersburg, transport infrastructure projects for the FIFA 2018 Football World Cup and the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, and Bugrinsky Bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk.

We participate in large concession projects for road construction and rehabilitation such as the M-11 Express Toll Highway Moscow – St. Petersburg, M-1 «Belarus», M-4 «Don», M-8 «Kholmogory» and Khabarovsk Bypass. Rehabilitation of major bridges over the Neva and several small historical bridges in St. Petersburg has been also completed to our designs.

Our professionals have performed construction supervision for a number of large-scaled projects throughout the country such as St. Petersburg Flood Protection Barrier, Bridge across the Eastern Bosporus Straight to Russky Island in Vladivostok, Odintsovo Bypass in Moscow Region and Development of Murmansk Transport Hub.

In 2015 Stroyproekt was included in the TOP 150 of international design companies according to the Engineering News-Record ranking.

Stroyproekt Engineering Group

AO Institute Stroyproekt
The Stroyproekt Engineering Group's main company

E-Mail: most@stpr.ru
Site: https://www.stpr.ru
Fax: +7(812) 331 05 05
Phone: +7(812) 331 05 00
Address: 13/2, Dunaisky Prospect, 196158, St. Petersburg, Russia
 
 
 

Company news

Stroyproekt participated in the international workshop in the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic 31.07.2018 Stroyproekt participated in the international workshop in the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic

Representatives of lead Russian and international engineering, research and bridge companies met at the workshop to share experiences and pool their efforts to find an optimal solution for construction of the bridge crossing over the Lena near the city of Yakutsk.

 
 
New Section of Moscow- St. Petersburg Express Toll Road Opened 16.07.2018 New Section of Moscow- St. Petersburg Express Toll Road Opened

On 6 June 2018, the longest section of Moscow - St. Petersburg Express Toll Road was opened to traffic.  This M-11 stretch between 334 and 543 km of the road is located in Tver and Novgorod regions.


 
 
Positive Opinion of the State Expert Review Authority Received for Utilities Design and Rehabilitation Project in the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius and Moscow Theological Academy 16.07.2018 Positive Opinion of the State Expert Review Authority Received for Utilities Design and Rehabilitation Project in the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius and Moscow Theological Academy

On 29 May 2018, a positive opinion by the State Expert Review Authority was received for the design, results of engineering surveys and cost estimates for the project “Utilities Design and Rehabilitation in the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius and Moscow Theological Academy”, in Sergiev Posad, Moscow Region.

 
 



Announcements

16.05.2018 - 18.05.2018 Stroyproekt participates in VII International Forum “Transport of Siberia”

The 7th International Forum “Transport of Siberia” will be held in Novosibirsk. The forum is organized by the Ministry of transport of Russian Federation and the government of Novosibirsk region.

 
 
15.11.2017 - 15.11.2017 Stroyproekt participates in the conference on “Composite materials in the transport infrastructure construction”.

The conference will take place in St. Petersburg in the framework of the Federal Programme for Composites Production Development.

 
 
24.05.2017 - 27.05.2017 Stroyproekt participates in VI International Forum “Transport of Siberia”

The exhibition "TransSiberia – 2017" and the 6th International Forum “Transport of Siberia” will be held in Novosibirsk. The forum is organized by the Ministry of transport of Russian Federation and the government of Novosibirsk region.