Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will be illuminated with blue and orange lights to raise awareness and inform society against cancer disease at 4th of February, World Cancer Day.
The consortium of IC Ictas Insaat and Astaldi, ICA which has constructed and currently operates Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Northern Ring Motorway, continues to raise awareness through international campaigns they participate in. At the date of 4th of September, which was declared as World Cancer Day by Union for International Cancer Control to raise awareness and inform society, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will be illuminated with blue and orange lights symbolling the campaign.
Every year at 4th of February; members, partners and the whole world fight the cancer epidemic by joining forces under the leadership of UICC (Union for International Cancer Control) as part of the World Cancer Day. UICC aims to prevent millions of deaths by creating awareness through events at World Cancer Day. Also, governments and individuals invite others to take action against cancer.
ICA was founded by joint venture of IC Ictas Insaat which has carried out massive projects successfully both in our country and abroad, and Astaldi which is one of the leading construction companies in the world, to implement seemingly impossible projects by pushing the boundaries of modern engineering techniques through its international experience. ICA which carried out both architectural and engineering projects beyond world standards, works towards continuing its success in the future through its dynamic organization structure, its synergy and its employees who are professionals in their fields.
Extension of St. Petersburg Pulkovo Airport which was concluded in 2015, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Northern Ring Motorway Project which was opened in August 2016 and St. Petersburg Western High-Speed Diameter (WHSD) which was commissioned in December 2016 are among the projects that ICA has carried out.
Today ICA is rapidly continuing the M11 Motorway Project which is one of the major transportation investments in preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and will connect Moscow, the capital of Russian Federation with the country’s one of the most important cities, St. Petersburg.