Sustainable architecture for reliable business

Creating perfect facade systems can be seen as art, which combines talent and skill, deep knowledge and expertise.

“AlumExpo Crimea” is a manufacturing company that performs a full cycle construction and installation of aluminum facades and the development of translucent constructions and designs. The company is the exclusive supplier of SCHÜCO German facade systems in Crimea, working in close contact with the ALUTECH brand manufacturer, also uses SIAL – a high-quality profile in its work.

High-quality installation of systems using an aluminum profile requires an expertise in working with expensive construction materials, competent and responsible engineers, highly qualified in-field workers.

Works on stained glass glazing and installation of ventilated facades change the architectural landscape of Crimea, making it look modern and match European style. Complicated manufacturing process involves thorough preparation for work and laborious installation. The result is durable, beautiful and lasting facade systems that do not require restoration and repair throughout long time.


“Yuzhniy Bereg” residential complex

Our joint project for the construction of a residential complex is completed successfully and became a worthy example of quality and professionalism.

Autogroup Krym, LLC

It was very pleasant to acknowledge the efficiency and competent attitude to work on the part of the employees of your company throughout the whole period of cooperation.


High quality work, the use of advanced technologies, provides your undoubted competitiveness in the construction market.

“Yalta Inturist” Hotel

We express our deep appreciation and sincere gratitude for high-quality and timely work on the glazing of restaurants.


GIE “MONOLIT” thanks “AlumExpo Crimea” for its professionalism and decency, with the facade glazing of a residential complex on the Pavlenko Street and office center on Pobedy Avenue.



The Republic of Crimea
Simferopol, Fontany, Chkalova street, 69a
+7 978 052 52 53