Restoration and rehabilitation of the Grand Palace listed as a national historical and cultural monument being a part of Tsaritsyno architectural ensemble. Workshop No 3 of Mosproject-2 was appointed as General Designer; the design documentation for all engineering systems and museum technology at all project stages (i.e. Preliminary Design, Design, Working Design Documentation) were worked out by SETEC ING LLC appointed as contractor. All works on the project were completed in 2006.
Capacity: 840 seats. Layout of the seats: 765 (fixed) spectator seats and 75 (portable) seats for musicians in the orchestra pit. Type of the auditorium: multi-tire auditorium. Dimensions of the auditorium: circa 40m х 23 m. The adjustable stage can be used as a five-tier orchestra stage. Capacity of the orchestra pit: 125 musicians maximum.
Restoration and rehabilitation of the kitchen facility (Khlebny Dom), part of Tsarynsino architectural ensemble, listed as a national historical and cultural monument. The functions of the General Designer were fulfilled by Workshop No 3 of Mosproekt-2, and SETEC ING LLC, acting as contractor, worked out the design documentation for all engineering systems and museum technology at the following stages: Preliminary Design, Design, Working Design Documentation. The project was completed in 2006.
The consortium of FABRE & SPELLER (architecture), SCENE (stagecraft) and SETEC (technical networks and structures) won the tender launched by the Fund of Construction Project Investments of the city of Saint-Petersburg; following the tender the consortium studied the historical building of the theatre and worked out the comprehensive design documentation for the Preliminary Design and Design stages as well as the technical chapters of the tender documentation for the State Mariinsky Theatre in Saint-Petersburg (1, Teatralnaya Square).
At the request of the State Academic Mariinsky Theatre, SETEC ING acted as the General Designer at all stages of the project for the rehabilitation after the fire of 2003 of the building where scenic workshops had been located and its transformation into a new concert hall. The project was completed in 2006.