Sustainable development


LLC NPF “Metallimpress” is responsible for the environment in the implementation of its operations, complying not only with the standards adopted in the Russian Federation, but also follows the principles of “green” and “lean” building.

Thus, within the scope of sustainable development and green building, we implement projects using the “LEED” standard. This is a rating certification system for so-called green buildings, developed by the “U.S. Green Building Council” to evaluate the energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of sustainable development projects.

We take responsibility for implementing green building principles and LEED compliance in the design and construction of facilities.


LEED certifications have been received:

Distribution Center Procter&Gamble
Energy Technology Center General Electric


LLC NPF “Metallimpress” also implements in the construction of facilities environmental standard BREEAM – voluntary rating rating of green buildings, developed in 1990 by the British organization BRE Global to evaluate the environmental performance of buildings.

The BREEAM system makes it possible to effectively implement the protection of the environment from human activity by satisfying the interests of all market participants.


The standard has been successfully implemented at the site:

Stand-alone Leroy Merlin Store Building


We strive for constant improvement by using innovations, in particular the principles and methods of LEAN (“lean construction”) in our work on projects.

The “lean construction” process improves coordination and communication, as well as the process as an entire process, reduces waste and increases customer satisfaction.

To improve the level of quality of services provided, LLC NPF “Metallimpress” uses BIM system of building information modeling as a Lean construction tool. The system allows to minimize waste and determine at the initial stage possible inconsistencies in design documentation and blueprints.

International Standards


The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is an international nonprofit organization for fire, electrical and building safety. It is headquartered in Quincy, Massachusetts. The association has developed about 300 different safety standards.


The standard has been successfully implemented at sites:

Stand-alone Leroy Merlin Store Building
Agricultural Machinery Plant CLAAS

FM Global

FM Global is an international insurance and engineering company specializing in property risk prevention and mitigation services for legal entities, commercial and industrial property owners. FM Global’s standards include high requirements for technological, structural, design and engineering characteristics of buildings and their equipment. Compliance with them ensures increased fire safety and maximum reduction of damage in case of natural disasters.

FM Global


Although new technologies for green buildings are constantly improving, the main goal of this idea is to reduce the overall impact of construction on the environment and human health, which is achieved through:
done efficient use of energy, water and other resources;
done attention to maintaining the health of residents and increasing the efficiency of workers;
done reducing waste, emissions and other environmental impacts.


The standard has been successfully implemented at sites:

Gyproc Plasterboard Plant Saint‑Gobain (Republic of Bashkortostan)
Gyproc Plasterboard Plant Saint‑Gobain (Nizhny Novgorod region)


FIDIC (Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils) is an international federation of consulting engineers. FIDIC was founded in 1913 by three national associations of consulting engineers of European countries.

Originally FIDIC activity was aimed at creating an international methodological basis of regulating the activities of consulting engineers. Now the main activity is the development of standard terms of contracts to regulate the relations of participants in international investment and construction activities.