Self-Regulating Organizations for Conducting Construction and Engineering/Research Activity in the Russian Federation

Yulianna Vertinskaya, Legal Counsel, Alstom, Russia

On 22, July 2009 the State Duma of the Russian Federation enacted the Federal law №148-ФЗ on introduction of changes and amendments arising from the Town Planning Code and separate statues of the Russian Federation (further - Federal Law №148-ФЗ). This Federal Law №148-ФЗ introduced substantial alternation into the construction and building activity and into the functions of the “general contractor” on the territory of the Russian Federation. New changes and amendments enacted the mandatory requirement for the such works as engineering research, front-end engineering design, construction, re-construction, and capital repair with an influence on the safety of the capital construction projects are to be carried out by the parties with the respective permit/certificate for such works.

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Russia Regulation Construction July 2010 Vol. 3, No. 12, Summer 2010

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Alstom Russia: Power and the development of transport infrastructure are two priority sectors for Russia which justify Alstom’s active investment and commitment in the country. Alstom opened a representative office in Moscow in 1975 and is now represented through several entities: Alstom LLC (Moscow), Alstom Power Uniturbo (Moscow), Аlstom Power Stavan (Moscow), Alstom Power Turbozam (Saint Petersburg).

Russia Regulation Construction July 2010 Vol. 3, No. 12, Summer 2010
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