The arbitration court of Moscow has refused the claim of the capital department of construction against the JSC Transstroy Corporation for 2.1 billion rubles regarding a penalty for violation of terms of the reconstruction of the Shchelkovskoye Highway. As was told to Construction.ru by the press service of the construction company, the judgment can be appealed within a month in the ninth arbitration appellate court, but the Moscow authorities are unlikely to do so. The main owner of "Transstroy" until December 2014 was the owner of "Basic Element", Oleg Deripaska, but now it is entrepreneur Egor Andreev. In late April, the construction department of the Court of Arbitration increased its requirements for "Transstroy" from 1.6 to 2.1 billion rubles - thus the plaintiff estimated the penalty for violating the terms of delivery of reconstruction of the Shchelkovo highway in Moscow. The state contract has a value of more than 9 billion rubles. It provides for the expansion of the highway to three or four lanes in each direction, the construction of 10 km of side lanes, the construction of a two-level traffic intersection with a 547 m long platform for the crossing of Shchelkovskoye Highway and Uralskaya Street, and also for the construction and reconstruction of five pedestrian crossings.
"Transstroy" has won a case for 2.1 billion rubles against the authorities of Moscow
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