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Global Best Projects Winner, Power Industrial: CCPP Yajva State District Powerplant

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This 2011 lump-sum combined-cycle plant is part of 24,000 MW of power capacity built and planned in Russia since the sector allowed foreign bidders in 2006. The 411-MW plant, which features Russia's first use of Siemens process technology, has had one of the nation's best operating records, says ENKA.

The remote project had to meet Russian design standards and a 50% local-hire rule. One judge notes the plant's "state-of-the-art design." The multinational team "worked closely with the owner to mitigate impacts," with 24-7 engineering and raised safety standards for the country. Work was on schedule "and below the original contract price" of $520 million, according to the owner's figure provided by the team.

Location Yajva District, Perm, Russia

Project Team

Owner OJSC EON, Moscow

Lead Design Firm Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, Md.

EPC Contractor ENKA Insaat ve Sanayi, Istanbul

Engineer ZAO Firma TEP Engineering, Moscow

Power Train Supplier Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany


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