Mostotrest

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PJSC Mostotrest
ПАО Мостотрест
Public (PAO)
Traded as MCXMSTT
Industry Construction
Founded 1930
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people
Georgiy Koryashkin (Chairman & CEO)
Products Infrastructure
Revenue Increase US$3.0 billion (2012)[1]
Increase US$141.3 million (2012) [2]
Number of employees
15,729
Website www.mostotrest.ru

Mostotrest is the largest Russian heavy construction company. The company is focused in the construction of roads, rail, bridges and highways and other engineering constructions.

The company is the largest Russian bridge construction company. Since 1930 when the company was founded, Mostotrest has completed over 7,500 infrastructure facilities including bridges, foot bridges, tunnels and complex transport interchanges. The company its subsidiaries has more than 16.000 employees and operates through 4 branches.[citation needed]

Mostotrest was awarded construction projects for the 2014 Winter Olympics worth $5.6 billion, and CEO Vladimir Vlasov was awarded a medal by Dmitry Medvedev for the company's work on the Olympics.[3]

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