Last Tuesday, February 15, Selcuk Karaca, a member of the Board of Directors of Limak Marash Group of Companies, together with a customer representative from EnCore, inspected the construction site of the future plant for the production of solar modules in the Industrial Park Chernyakhovsk in the Kaliningrad region, assessing the dynamics of the facility. The project manager, Serkan Erarslan, gave a tour of the construction site.
The specialists of the general contractor LMS continue assembling the steel structures of the building for the production of silicon wafers, the building for the production of photoelectric converters and sewage treatment facilities. Prefabricated reinforced concrete columns of the cold center are being erected, as well as the installation of the basement panels of the future building for the production of photoelectric converters.
«I would like to note the positive dynamics of the work. The construction of the production complex is proceeding according to the approved schedule. More than 500 employees are involved at the site, including technical specialists», - commented Selcuk Karaca during the visit.
The installation of the formwork, reinforcement of the walls of the growth hall and slab walls of the production and warehouse building and administrative and household complex of the building for the production of photoelectric converters are in active work. Reinforcement of the foundations of the compression building and elevator shafts of the the building for the production of photoelectric converters administration and utility complex is continuing.
Backfilling is underway, with further compaction of the future buildings of the buildings for the production of silicon wafers and for the production of photoelectric converters, refrigeration center and sewage treatment plants.
Builders are busy laying the B1 and K2 networks throughout the complex. The installation of the temporary power supply to the construction site is in progress.
The customer of the project is EnCore, a business unit of Unigreen Energy (a subsidiary of Ream Management investing in renewable energy, health nutrition and ecotourism projects).