Krylatskoye Rowing Canal is a sports facility constructed in Moscow in 1937.
In August 2014, the Rowing Canal hosted ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships. As part of preparation to the competition, a range of reconstruction activities were performed including cleaning of the canals, reconstruction of stands, construction of covered ways, locker rooms, gyms and the final tower recognized the most modern one in the world for the moment.
The final tower of the Rowing Canal is a six-storey building connected with the existing administrative building by an air bridge at the level of the second storey. Each storey of the referees’ tower is equipped in accordance with the competition rules.
As part of the program for reconstruction of the Rowing Canal, ADL supplied own-produced pipeline valves and fittings for utilities in the final tower building.