ARMEX Signs Maintenance Contract for Rosneft Moscow Office
ARMEX has started maintenance of Rosneft oil company offices at Nordstar Tower office center. The agreement includes building system maintenance, cleaning, as well as infrastructure management services.
One of Rosneft Moscow offices taken over by the company after its integration with TNK-BP is located in a class “A” modern business center at Begovaya Street - Nordstar Tower. The company occupies the 21 floor of the building, with total rented floor space of 41,165 sq m.
Effective work of 3500 Rosneft employees is ensured by a large-scale integrated building and IT system. Nordstar Tower state-of-the-art utility infrastructure includes several built-in electrical substations, four pipe air conditioning system, 14,600 port structured cabling system, integrated intelligent control and monitoring system, comprehensive fire alarm system, etc.
For office maintenance, Rosneft has chosen ARMEX which can boast considerable experience and expertise required for maintenance projects of such scale.
In February, 2014 ARMEX specialists started to provide building system maintenance, including electricity, lighting, HVAC, water supply and sewerage, automatic fire protection, as well as building management and automation systems.
Under the agreement, ARMEX also is responsible for efficient management of technical facilities, full-service office cleaning, and help desk operation. In addition, the company provides handling and warehousing services, minor furniture repairs, aquarium maintenance, etc.
Rosneft is the leader of Russian oil industry and the world’s largest public oil and gas company. Rosneft oil company primarily engages in hydrocarbon exploration, oil, gas, and condensate production, development of offshore fields, raw material processing, and distribution of oil, gas and their products throughout Russia and abroad. The company is on the list of strategic enterprises of Russia. Its principal shareholder (69,50% of shares) is OAO ROSNEFTEGAZ, totally owned by the government. 19,75% are owned by BP, with the remaining 10,75% of shares are in free float.