PSP-FARMAN Holding was founded in 1997 due to the merger of two investment and building structures:
PSP, one of the first Russian commercial construction companies, operating since 1987,
FARMAN ENGINIRING Europian company, operating in the Russian market since 1991.
Today PSP-FARMAN Holding is a multifunctional construction organization with well-organized structure of subdivisions, which applies the most advanced forms of management and production at all stages of project implementation.
- Turning ideas into business projects, accomplishing prior calculations and obtaining necessary approvals.
- Negotiating with financial institutions in order to attract funding.
- Provision of a full range of design works with own Design Department, passing the state examination and issuance of documentation.
- Performing a package of design work applying to the objects of historical and cultural heritage.
- Highly accurate 3D laser scanning of buildings.
- Serving as a general contractor of construction, installation and finishing works with own production capacity.
- Restoration works.
- Serving as a technical customer.
- Advanced engineering equipment and finishing materials purchase from around the world, delivery and temporary storage.
- Own Aluminum Structures Department.
- Own production of wooden, plastic and artificial stone interior elements.
- Managing the whole process of project implementation with BEXEL (5D) software which lets consolidate and monitor the work of all services and be transparent to the customers.
PSP-FARMAN Holding Group is a team of experienced specialists from Russia, Serbia, Belgium, Italy, Germany and Israel.
The total number of completed projects of the Holding is more than 200 objects including banks, office, public and residential buildings, commercial and industrial centres, sports centres and transport infrastructure, that occupies a total area of over 1.5 million square meters.
PSP-FARMAN Holding is among the major real estate developer of Moscow and Russia. There are Holding’s offices in Moscow, Kiev, Belgrade, Brussels, Geneva and Trieste.