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Design of industrial facilities

The development of design documentation for the construction of enterprises in various industries is a complex process. Therefore, industrial design should be performed by qualified designers with experience in this area. Only competent implementation of all sections of the documentation guarantees the safety and efficiency of such facilities.

 Our company has such specialists who have the necessary certificates confirming their competence. We offer our services for the design of industrial facilities and guarantee high quality of their execution.

Terms of design work

  • Pre-design study of the project, draft design, feasibility study from 20 days
  • Development of design documentation from 30 days
  • Passage of state and non-state expertise of project documentation from 30 days
  • Development of working documentation from 45 days
  • Inspection of buildings and structures (during reconstruction or re-profiling of an object) from 15 days

When calculating the cost of design work, we focus on the basic indicators of labor intensity and cost of work (based on state estimate standards). The market value of the project is set on a contractual basis. The deadlines for the completion of work are agreed with the customer, but do not exceed the standard deadlines.

How to order a design service

The preparation of the project begins after the contractor receives the initial permissive documentation and terms of reference from the customer. We have all the required permits and licenses required for the provision of this service.

Design stages

Industrial design takes place in stages:

  • Pre-design stage. An analysis of the site is done after carrying out geodetic, ecological, geological, hydrometeorological surveys. The main technological approaches are being developed according to the customer's specifications.
  • Design stage (PD). Making decisions on structures, planning, architecture without detailing.
  • Expertise.
  • Working documentation. Detailed development of sections of the PD.
  • Author's supervision.

Composition of the documentation

The design and estimate documentation for industrial design includes:

  • explanatory note;
  • land plot organization scheme;
  • architectural solutions;
  • planning, constructive solutions;
  • engineering networks with equipment for them;
  • PIC;
  • dismantling, demolition plan (during reconstruction, overhaul);
  • environmental protection measures;
  • environmental protection;
  • a list of measures to improve energy efficiency, fire safety of the OKS;
  • measures to ensure access to buildings for persons with disabilities;
  • estimate;
  • other documentation.


Design features

The main feature of such structures is the emphasis on their functionality, the search for optimal technological solutions. The economic feasibility of building such enterprises is also important.

Basic design and architectural solutions

Industrial facilities are distinguished from other buildings by the need to create technological schemes, calculate loads, and select equipment. The projects pay a lot of attention to safety, comfort of employees, convenience of access to buildings, logistics, fire-fighting measures. Architectural solutions are no less important, which must fit into the overall appearance of the industrial facility and correspond to the purpose.

Hazard classes

The design of industrial facilities is carried out taking into account their danger to people and the environment. Therefore, they are required to have an industrial safety examination and designer supervision during construction. The higher the hazard class, the larger the sanitary protection zone should be for their optimal placement.

Objects are divided into the following classes in accordance with the degree of their danger:


  • Class I (extreme danger).
  • Chemical enterprises, objects of ferrous metallurgy, meat factories, poultry farms, landfills.
  • Class II (high hazard).
  • Chemical, pharmaceutical, repair and construction enterprises.
  • III class (medium hazard).
  • Special production (ship repair, mining, housing construction, woodworking, concrete goods, etc.).
  • IV class (low hazard).
  • Warehouses, food production, household chemicals, markets, gas stations, etc.

Projects catalog

  • Car washes, MSO
  • Car dealerships, auto centers
  • Car services, service stations
  • Administrative buildings
  • Gas station, petrol stations
  • Business centers
  • Hotels
  • Cinemas
  • Boiler rooms
  • Educational facilities
  • Health care facilities
  • Social security facilities
  • Office centers
  • Parking lots, parking lots and garages
  • Industrial facilities
  • Warehouses, warehouse complexes
  • Sports objects
  • Shopping facilities
  • Shopping centers, malls