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Michail Yu. Nikolaevsky

Michail Yu. Nikolaevsky

General Director

Candidate of Science (Engineering), General Director of OOO Morskoye Stroitelstvo i Technologii (Marine Construction and Technologies). Graduated from the Leningrad Kalinin Polytechnical Institute, majoring in Hydraulic Civil Engineer. Entered upon a career in VNII Minmontazhspetsstroy of the USSR where has worked over 12 years, first as an Engineer, then as Junior Research Assistant and Senior Research Assistant. Later he became Laboratory Chief of the Hydraulic Engineering Department of OAO Lenmorniiproekt and by 2004, Deputy General Director of this company.      

He has huge experience in design of hydraulic structures, transshipment terminals. The most significant projects of the last 10 years include Scientific Research and Design and Exploration Work for the Oil Port of Primorsk (2000-2005), Port of Ust-Luga (2000-2005), Marine and Onshore Facilities for the Baltic Bulker Terminal (1998-2004), participation in Sakhalin I and Sakhalin II Projects (2002-2005), preparation of working documentation for Marine and Onshore Facilities of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (1998-2000), inspection and preparation of Recommendations for construction and reconstruction of moles and berths in the ports of Morocco (1998-1999), hydraulic engineering complexes in Novorossiysk (preparation of working documentation and investigations, 1994-1998), Feasibility Study for the Port on the island Iturup, Sakhalin Oblast (1997-1998), Tank Farm reconstruction, design of the berths Nos. 1,2,3,68,70,101-104, reconstruction of the Shipyard berths in the Port of Klaipeda (1991-2000), preparation of working documentation for hydraulic engineering complex including protection moles in the Far East of Russia (1994-1998), etc.

Apart from the basic activity he is a professor at St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University. He is author of 55 scientific works, among them 16 inventor's certificates of the USSR and Russian patents.