The medical center in Moscow attracted the elite of the construction complex

16.03.2020

Parallel management of construction processes will significantly reduce the time for the construction of an infectious disease center in New Moscow. This was announced by Deputy Mayor for Urban Planning and Construction Andrei Bochkarev on the basis of a visiting session of the operational headquarters.

“Now there is an active preparation of the construction site. A few days ago there was an empty agricultural field, which must be adapted for the construction of a hospital. Already in the next 5 days, about 90 thousand cubic meters of soil will be removed from the territory, which is formed as a result of the preparation of the foundation of the hospital, engineering networks and roads, ”said Andrei Bochkarev.

The head of the construction complex said that for the construction of the center and its subsequent operation about 15 km of roads will be built, including a ring road around the site. Andrei Bochkarev emphasized that a large number of workers and equipment from the best capital companies were involved in the construction of the hospital. “Specialists from FSK, Krost, Mosinzhproekt and other representatives of network and industry organizations were involved in the work. This allows many construction processes to be conducted in parallel, thus reducing the overall construction time of the hospital, ”the deputy mayor added.

Recall that on March 5, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin signed a decree on the introduction of high alert because of the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection, which, among other things, involves the construction of an infectious corps. The new hospital will be built in a short time from prefabricated structures in the settlement of Voronovskoye in the village of Golokhvastovo.

Source: Moscow construction complex

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