On May 7, 1974, a petrochemical plant (PCP) was laid in the Tobolsk area. The choice of Tobolsk was not accidental. Here many essential elements for the complex were concentrated: the proximity of powerful waterways, transport communications and threads of oil and gas pipelines. However, there were not a few negative factors. The PCP was built from scratch. Enterprises of this scale were created on the basis of large construction organizations, there was also a construction department, which employed 100 people, in addition, it was necessary to preserve the culture of the old city.
TPCP was declared an All-Union Komsomol Shock Construction Site. Young people from Ukraine, Belarus, the Caucasus, and Central Asia went to the city.
At the complex, new facilities were raised one after another: a reinforced concrete plant, temporary cleaning facilities, north TSB, south TSB, a plant for the production of rebar, a plant for the production of concrete - an asphalt plant, an efficiency plant. In 1984, a new PCP production facility, the Central Gas Fractionating Unit (CGFC), came into operation.