to Poklonnaya Gora
to Pushkin Museum
to the skating Center
Mospromstroy has been a leader on the Moscow construction market for the last 44 years, in which time the Company has built and renovated a huge variety of structures and facilities, and commissioned millions of square meters of new living space. Mospromstroy now holds a third of the construction market in the Russian capital.
Mospromstroy was created by order of the Moscow City Council for the purpose of dismantling and relocating 20 buildings, including City Hall, as part of a plan to straighten Gorky Street (the main street in Moscow, now again called by its original name — Tverskaya Street).
Mospromstroy used guying technology to secure the