Position:Senior Research Scientist in the Laboratory of Underground Works’ Structures and Erection Methods
Employer:R&D Institute for Underground Structures and Facilities (NIIOSP) named after N.M. Gersevanov

1965–1971: Glavmostostroy’s special design bureau: Engineer, Team Leader.

Bridges: Arkhangelsk: over the Pinyuga River; Tbilisi: over the Kura River; Borzhomi: over the Kura River; Ufa: over the Belaya River; Gorky: over the Volga River; and Surgut: over the Ob River.

1971–1974: MIIT, Bridge Laboratory.

1974–1978: Mosproekt 1: Team Leader. Buildings: the Czech Trade-Mission Building, the Dynamo Administrative Building, and Northern River Shipping Lines.

1977–1988: Giprogor: Chief Designer of Volgodonsk for Collapsible Soils. Development of pile testing methods, pile-foundation structures for collapsible soils (USSR patents).

1988–1992: VNIITAG: Candidate of Engineering, Chief Engineer of the Experimental Studio. Low-rise high-density development.

1993–2006: FRG, Doctor of Engineering, University of Kiel, Faculty of Civil Engineering. Development of a residual-strength calculation method for fractured concretes.

YTONG AG: Advisor for Innovative Development. Development of modular systems in construction (FRG patents).

2008–now: Senior Research Scientist at NIIOSP named after N.M. Gersevanov.

Design of high-rise buildings’ foundations with step-wise pile inclusion, separate tests of heavy piles, Moscow City; design and construction of the iron-foundry plant’s workshops in Satka (Chelybinsk region) on industrial production dumps; reinforcement of foundations from the basement of an existing building using increased-capacity cement-soil piles in the Ryzansky avenue, Moscow (RF patents)