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13 of March, 15:34

Crimean enterprises involved in the construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait
The construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait attracting more and more Crimean enterprises. The volume of orders for them has exceeded 3 billion rubles. One of the largest orders received "Sevastopol marine plant".

Rare to see and even more to hold hands on the red cat, which became a symbol of the Crimean bridge and its chief inspector. Cat "the Bridge" a little more than a year and construction of the bridge, he watches from the early days. The future of the Crimean bridge is changing literally every day. To connect the 2 shores, on both sides of the Black sea, thousands of builders around the clock to erect this grandiose project. Already shipped more than half of the pile and finished 50% of the supports.

Now began a new phase of construction. On the Crimean bridge started lateral sliding of marine spans over the water. Huge metal structures, weighing more than 200 tons, literally roll out of working with bridges on supports and installed in the design position. And on the Crimean coast continue to collect the navigable arch. The metal structure will take its place on the fairway this summer. At the factory in Sevastopol creates a special floating system, which will deliver arches by sea to the installation site. Construction of Crimean bridge can now watch every online. The video feed from the construction site of the century available on the Internet. The longest bridge in the country will be ready by December 2019.

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