Landing aeras

Development of design and detailed design documentation for construction of landing sites for various purposes.

New technologies and standards

The need to use the latest technologies and standards. The rapid development of technology requires designers not only to be familiar with general design principles, but also to be able to work with the latest technologies and standards.

One system

Integration into a single whole and compatibility of various systems and technologies. Integrated design involves the integration of various systems and technologies into a single system, which is often difficult due to various protocols, standards, and operating principles.

Local requirements

Various regulatory requirements. In different areas, there are different norms and rules that must be taken into account when designing. Therefore, for the successful implementation of the project, it is necessary to have a good knowledge of the relevant standards.

Reducing financial costs

It seems that complex design requires more significant financial costs than conventional projects, due to the complexity and scale of the work. But due to the fact that many processes are moving in parallel and all stages of design have clear planning, the time for obtaining the final results is reduced, which leads to a reduction in financial costs. In addition, the components of the project undergo a number of necessary changes in time when collisions are detected, which also reduces costs and execution time.


Complex projects include various areas of activity, such as the design of buildings, roads, bridges, power supply systems, water supply, ventilation, etc. Each of them has its own specifics and requires knowledge in the relevant field. Therefore, in order to successfully complete a complex project, the cooperation of many specialists and the creation of an effective system of their interaction are required.

Economic efficiency

The need to take into account economic efficiency. Cost-effectiveness and risk assessment must be taken into account when designing, which is often difficult in a rapidly changing market and technology.

Landing pad design
in permafrost

  1. Ground survey: Before designing, a ground survey must be carried out on site. This will help to find out the type of permafrost, the depth of the defrosted zone and other characteristics of the soil.
  2. Evaluation of frost resistance of materials: when choosing materials for the construction of a landing site, it is necessary to take into account their frost resistance and ability to withstand temperatures below zero.
  3. Restricted access during construction: A complicating factor is limited access to the construction site due to seasonal vehicular or pedestrian routes.
  4. Difficulty in the delivery and maintenance of equipment for construction work: it is necessary to use special technologies and equipment due to the characteristics of the soil.
  5. Accounting for climate change: the duration of the cold period, the thickness of the snow cover, the speed of spring snow melting have a direct impact on the design and construction of a landing site on permafrost. Preserving the stability of permafrost soil is a difficult, expensive, but solvable task.
  6. Emergency Equipment: In the event of a power or equipment failure, the permafrost landing site must be equipped with emergency systems to ensure the safety and functioning of the entire complex.

We are set
for long-term cooperation

LLC PSK RATEL ENGINEERING is a young, dynamically developing company and has a Certificate of Conformity No. SDS.TP.SM.17871-22 QMS for design, including especially dangerous, technically complex and unique capital construction projects.

The company employs highly qualified specialists of the design department who carry out design in modern CAD using BIM technologies with collision analysis of various component systems of the project being issued (CM, CL, power supply, water disposal, sealing system), which allows to optimize the design time.

On designing in areas with permafrost soils, the company actively cooperates with the FGBUN Institute of Permafrost. P.I.Melnikov of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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