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1990

Activities for defining redundant territories for industrial construction was continued. Although industrial constriction continues to wane, the territorial approaches of the Institute do not lose their significance a decade later when such construction resumes. 

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Vibrator plant

Project Development Institute No. 1 has been carrying out design activities for the Leningrad instrument-engineering plant virtually since its founding in 1947. Modernization projects for the enterprise were implemented in the 1960s, allowing for the manufacture of new products. The plant moved its main production site to the “Parnas” industrial zone under a program envisioning the withdrawal of industrial enterprises from the center of the city in 1998.The Institute developed respective design project. 

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Николай Николаевич Дьяконов

Nikolai Dyakonov

Director of Project Development Institute No. 1 1966–1976

Nikolai Dyakonov was appointed Director of Project Development Institute No. 1 and the Soyuzmachstroyproject Association by order of the State Construction Department of the USSR dated 15 April 1966. In the beginning of his tenure as director, he did much to arrange the organizational structure of the Institute. A total of 16 departments were formed, and the number of employees amounted to 1098 by the end of 1967. Under N.N. Dyakonov’s stewardship, the Institute performed a vast amount of work both on designing and developing new structures. Among them are Belorussian tire plant in Bobruisk, whose design was awarded with the prize of the USSR Council of Ministers in 1976, trade center in Chelyabinsk, covered by a unique 102 x 102 m envelopment which was awarded with a first-class honorary diploma at the USSR VDNKh in 1973.

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