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Rosatom Subsidiary Breaks Ground on Paks II Blocks

Construction

The concrete works at the eastern waste mixing plant of the Paks II development.

Courtesy of Paks II. Zrt.

The main contractor of the Paks II nuclear power plant project, Atomstroyexport, the nuclear power equipment and service exporter subsidiary of Rosatom, has started work on the construction phase of the new VVER-1200 blocks. 

Consequently, the subcontractor of the Russian company, Duna Aszfalt Kft., has started preparations for the extraction of soil from the working pit of the future block 6. 

Meanwhile, another subcontractor, Bauer Magyarország Kft., has started the preparations for the soil consolidation works and is continuing the construction of the gap wall.

The construction phase began after the representatives of the Hungarian and Russian sides signed an amendment to the contract on the construction of the two new nuclear power plant blocks on August 18, 2023, after which the client Paks II. Atomerömű Zrt. issued the official notification to the main contractor that the project had thus entered the second phase.

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