A new project manager was appointed at Paks II. to the head

A new project manager was appointed at Paks II. to the head
A new project manager was appointed at Paks II. to the head

Until now, Vitaly Polyanin, the vice president of the Atomstroyexport company, was the construction project manager of the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant, which started commercial operation at the beginning of November 2023. The new Paks project director took office on November 20, 2023, after the direct implementation phase of the project began on August 21, 2023.

Considering that Paks II, which is implemented in the territory of the European Union. A nuclear power plant construction project has many peculiarities, Aleksandr Merten, as the vice president of the ASZE company and the first deputy director of the Rusatom International Network (RAIN), continues to supervise the strategic aspects of the project’s implementation.

In addition, he continues to coordinate the political, financial and legal cooperation with the foreign partners of the ASZE company, as well as the establishment and maintenance of relations with Hungarian and foreign companies, as well as many other issues.

The construction of a nuclear power plant is a long and complicated process, divided into several stages. Accordingly, managers with different competencies are needed in each section. Paks II. The preparatory phase of the nuclear power plant construction project was lengthy, as the nuclear power plant required significant planning and licensing work, and a significant number of legal issues had to be resolved. That is why Aleksandr Merten was appointed on behalf of the main contractor at the end of 2021, who, as Roszatom’s sector manager since 2014, was responsible for developing the company’s presence abroad and supporting Roszatom’s companies in foreign markets.

Under the leadership of Aleksandr Merten, Paks II was solved. extremely complex legal and technical issues related to the project, to optimize project management from the Russian side, and to establish effective cooperation with the Hungarian customer. In addition, it was possible to obtain the following permits related to the immediate construction phase, including the establishment permit, which the project received in September 2022. The construction of the facilities of the parade area took place in parallel, and after receiving the construction permit, active preparations for the construction began, including the creation of the gap wall, soil consolidation, and the extraction of the soil from the working pit to the groundwater level.

Since 2018, Vitaly Polyanin has been in charge of the construction of the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant. Under his leadership, the commercial operation of Block 1 of the Belorusz Nuclear Power Plant began in June 2021, and Block 2 also began commercial operation on November 1, 2023. Vitaly Polyanin said that the project was successfully concluded thanks to the well-coordinated cooperation of the Russian and Belarusian parties. He believed that the example of the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant could help Rosatom find new and reliable partners for the implementation of its further projects.

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