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Atomenergoproekt will start engineering surveys on Akkuyu NPP site in March

Press Service of Atomenergoproekt JSC, PUBLISHED March 02, 2011

In March specialists of Atomenergoproekt JSC (Chief Architect of Akkuyu NPP) will start engineering surveys on the site of the first nuclear power plant in Turkey.

At the present time, the work is nearly completed to formalize a contract for priority engineering surveys and early March a team of surveyors will go to Turkey. The work results will be used for development of project materials needed for applications to obtain main permits for construction of the nuclear power plant.

It is planned that all engineering survey work will be accomplished by representatives of Atomenergoproekt JSC with involvement of local specialists.

Topics: Turkey, NPP, Russia

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