The award ceremony of the month-long sports competitions titled Project Manager Cup dedicated to the Victory in the second World War was held at the sports center of Green City of Rooppur NPP project.
Over 550 sportsmen from different companies involved in implementation of the project: ASE, Atomenergoproekt, NIKIMT-Atomstroy, RosSEM Trust, Energospetsmontazh, SMU No 1, VDMU of Rosatom Engineering Division; Rosenergoatom, FCS&HT; Eleron; ESKM; Orgenergostroy; AMT-Engineering, MAX Group; Roin World competed in 13 athletic disciplines. Rosatom Engineering Division won the most number of prizes: RosSEM Trust- 23 medals, ASE - 14 medals, NIKIMT-Atomstroy and Energospetsmontazh – 11 medals each.
Maxim Latyshev, Director of ASE Branch Office in Bangladesh gave away prizes and gifts among the winners.
“The competitions were unprecedented in the history of Rooppur Project in terms of the number of the participants, athletic disciplines, sports sites involved and intensity of emotions.
The specialists of the Engineering Division demonstrate their professional skills every day, however their success in sports is no less.
We are happy to have such a united, strong and dedicated team. It makes us confident that we can meet any challenges,” said Alexey Deriy, Vice President of ASE and Director of Rooppur NPP construction project.
“Systematic work in the field of physical culture and sports at Rooppur NPP construction site has helped us to establish a pool of athletes. We will continue to support our employees’ initiatives and create conditions for the development of social and sports infrastructure”, said Natalia Shafalovich, Vice President for HR and Internal Communications of ASE.
The competitions were organized and held in in the shortest possible time, with the support of the Center for Modern Sports Technologies of Rosenergoatom. The chief arbiter of the competitions was Anna Leonova, instructor of the Centre.
Engineering Division of Rosatom is implementing the Rooppur NPP project as the general contractor. Various subcontracting companies are employing people from Bangladesh, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other countries. Presently, out of over 22,000 people working at the site about 5,000 are foreigners.