An architect from the UK, Clive Wooger, and the head of several large construction projects in Moscow, Natalia Topol, recently arrived in Dagestan to inspect the abandoned territory of the former Kaspiisko thermal power station. Arrival of guests to Dagestan was realized thanks to the construction company “ARSI Group”, which plans to build a multifunctional complex on the site of the destroyed buildings.
“We are building so that life becomes better” – one of the calls of the construction team is called to convey a qualitative and soulful approach to its work. Wanting to make the object truly interesting, the company’s management attracted to its development those who loudly, and most importantly, successfully declared themselves in the construction business. Clive Wooger is a member of the British Royal Institute of Architects and has vast international experience in the development of real estate, leisure destinations and cities. Speaking of his achievements: Wojer managed to work in Eastern Europe, Germany, Turkey, India and the Middle East. His representative from the capital of Russia Natalia Topol is the head of such projects as Smolensky Passage, Riviera in Moscow, as well as Azbuky Vkusa, Pyaterochka, Perekrestok, Pharmacy 36.6 across Russia.
Looking around the abandoned territory with a total area of about 6 hectares, the guests noted with certainty that it has great potential, given the location of the site, which is surrounded by the sea, mountains and monuments of architecture. And from the roof of one of the buildings one can even see a weapons factory, abandoned in the Caspian. Another interesting place that brought us back to the Soviet Union.