Radiation Therapy Building Design in Barnaul Approved by Russian State Expertise
1 June 2021 | GSPI Press Office

GSPI JSC, under general control of Rusatom Overseas JSC, has received design documentation approval from the Main Department of State Expertise to construct a radiation therapy building at the Altai Regional Oncology Centre.

The approval means detailed design documentation development and construction and installation work can now begin. The building is to host a radiation and radionuclide diagnostics floor fitted with cutting-edge, high-precision specialised treatment and diagnostics equipment, which will increase the scope of medical treatment administered to oncology patients.

The contract was signed in February 2020. In the project, GSPI acts as a general designer of the new building. Its construction process will embrace two stages: in addition to the radiation therapy building and the inpatient treatment building, engineering and support facilities are to be built, including a diesel power plant, local purification structures, heating pipe main, and medical gas supply system. Besides patient admittance and treatment, the building will accommodate a training centre for the medical staff to have theory lessons and exchange experience with the healthcare institutions that specialise in oncology conditions diagnostics and treatment.

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The Altai Regional Oncology Centre is one of Siberia’s leading oncology centres.
It provides diagnostic testing, treatment and disease-prevention services to patients with benign and malignant formations from the Altai Krai, other regions of Russia, and the CIS countries.

GSPI JSC has for many years been employed in designing medical centres in Russia and abroad, including the Obninsk Institute of Radiation Medicine of RAMN, Cyclotron Centre in the Slovak Republic, Proton and Radiation Centre at the Botkin Hospital, PET Centre at the Burdenko Military hospital, and many more. Over the last year, GSPI JSC has performed design and feasibility study work for such large centres as the Nuclear Medicine Centre in Khimki and the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Centre. Today, GSPI is the main design and construction contractor for centres of nuclear science and technology overseas.


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