Construction Department No. 905 (CD-905) was established in Urai, Tyumen Region in February 1965 for the construction of highways during the Shaimskoye oil field development. In 1998 it became part of Khanty-Mansiyskdorstroy, OJSC and is its largest business unit.
The department has built transport infrastructure projects in Nefteyugansk, roads to the largest oil and gas fields in the district, a runway at the Nefteyugansk airport, approaches to road bridges across the Ob, Yuganskaya Ob, Irtysh rivers in the Omsk region, two-level transport interchanges on the Nefteyugansk — Surgut and Tyumen — Khanty-Mansiysk highways.
CD-905 successfully cooperates with oil companies: Salym Petroleum Development, RN-Yuganskneftegaz, LLC, Tomskneft VNK, OJSC. Major projects include reconstruction and repair of one of the main roads in the region, Tyumen — Khanty-Mansiysk through Tobolsk, Surgut, Nefteyugansk; construction of the Yugorsk — Sovetsky — Verkhny Kazym village — Nadym (to the border of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District).
In 2009, CD-905 took part in the construction of M-4 Don highway at the Yelets bypass in the Lipetsk region, one of the largest federal projects. Currently, work is underway to reconstruct the entrance road to Saransk from M-5 Ural highway in Mordovia, reconstruct a section of M-7 Volga highway in Chuvashia, and construct a two-level interchange of the “full clover leaf” type on the Eastern bypass of Perm.