Marat Khusnullin congratulated industry workers and veterans on Constructors’ day

09.08.2019

Moscow Deputy Mayor for Urban Policy and Construction Marat Khusnullin congratulated industry workers and veterans on the upcoming holiday – Constructor’s Day:

With all my heart I congratulate Moscow builders, architects, designers, construction materials industry workers, industry veterans and colleagues from Russian regions on our professional holiday – Builder’s Day!

The urban planning policy of the Moscow government is aimed at improving the quality of life of citizens. The capital has traditionally been and remains a leader in the implementation of priority national programs and projects.

Moscow builders are building residential neighborhoods, schools, kindergartens, clinics and hospitals, laying new metro lines and high-speed trains, building and reconstructing tens of kilometers of roads, transportation hubs, complex interchanges and tunnels, and renovating five-story building blocks.

They are engaged in the reorganization of industrial zones, the integrated development of the coastal territories of the Moscow River, and they are implementing many other urban programs and projects that are important for the capital.

The builders of the capital, who are famous for their high professionalism, responsibility and sincere dedication to the profession, can be entrusted with any, the most complex and responsible business. And at the same time, be sure that this work will be completed on time with a high level of quality. Therefore, they can handle the most complex and large-scale tasks.

Good health to you and your loved ones, happiness, joy, good luck, good mood and new interesting projects, the implementation of which will make Moscow even more beautiful and comfortable for people to live!

Source: Moscow construction complex

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