In the Land of the Pharaohs: SUSU Students Set off for Construction Site in Egypt

An international student construction brigade "Duna" ("Dune") was created at the construction site of El Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant in Cairo. Among the participants of this labour project are 64 students from 15 regions of our country. They have set off for TITAN-2 Holding for the construction of El Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant.

In this project, the Chelyabinsk Region is represented by four members of the "Atrium" SUSU specialized student team, a first one created at the SUSU Institute of Architecture and Construction.

"Emotions vary because of various factors: first, the surroundings and climate are different; second, the culture of the local people who we work side by side with feels different. For now, we only have difficulties with understanding the Arab people since not all of them speak English so that we could communicate well. First and foremost, from this untrodden expanse I'm expecting to gain precious experience of working in the TITAN-2 Consortium, which could help me continue my activities and develop in the field of construction and design," shared Snezhana Nalivaichenko, commissioner of the "Atrium" team.

Currently, students have begun their work with as-built documentation as engineers in the Directorate for Management and Support of the Construction and Assembly Works.

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