The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex Project is implemented by a consortium of investors with NK Rosneft in the lead as tasked by the Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A state-of-the-art Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex shipyard is constructed at the Zvezda ship repair yard area and adjacent areas in the Bolshoi Kamen Bay. The new shipyard will build the ships of any complexity, specification and purposes, including the ones that were not produced in Russia before due to the existing limitations on the launching facilities and hydraulic structures.
The first expanded shipyard construction phase includes the hull fabrication workshop, paint workshops, open land-based construction area with a floating transfer dry dock for the ship and offshore structure construction and outfitting workshops. The hull fabrication workshop and paint workshops started operation in 2016. An authorization to start up the open land-based construction area was issued in August 2017.
The pilot project is scheduled for delivery in 2019. As more stages come into operation, the capacity to build more complicated ships and offshore structures with a deeper draft will be enhanced.
To reach such ambitious targets, drawing on the highly skilled laborers and engineers and introducing an employee training and retention system are required. Following a start-up, about 7,500 employees will work at the shipyard.
Primorsky Krai, Bolshoi Kamen Bay
2012 – 2024
Expanded phase I. Hull fabrication workshop, paint workshops, open land-based construction area with a floating transfer dry dock for mid-sized ships and offshore platform construction
Phase II. Graving dry dock, outfitting workshops, and quays
Project sponsor: Rosneft Oil Company, PJSC
Project Operator: FESRC, JSC
General Designer: FDI Vostokproektverf, Ltd.
Engineering Consultant: IMG (Germany), DSME (South Korea), Lazurit Central Design Bureau
International partners: Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (South Korea), Damen (the Netherlands), Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.