In February, the Litana group of companies signed a cooperation agreement to construct a fertilizer plant in Sweden.
The uniqueness of this plant lies in the fact that it will produce the world's most environmentally friendly mineral fertilizer - potassium sulfate - from the waste generated in the manufacturing of batteries for electric vehicles and the pulp and paper industry.
Litana specialists will be engaged in the design, construction, and erection of external and internal walls, ceilings, and roofs of two smaller reinforced concrete buildings. Their responsibilities will also include manufacturing and installing metal structures of the main building, metal grating, and installing staircase elements, railings, roof, and exterior walls. We are also tasked with designing two buildings.
The main difficulty of the project lies in the fact that a large amount of work must be done in a reasonably short period, so it is assumed that the work will be organized into two shifts.