Governor orders to open women’s consultation clinic in Pushkina street earlier than perinatal centre
Penza, 5 May 2017. PenzaNews. The governor of the Penza region Ivan Belozertsev ordered the general director of the LLC "SSV" Sergei Smirnov to finish reconstruction of the former maternity hospital in Pushkina street before the perinatal centre is put into operation.
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"We should finish this object before the perinatal centre because it is planned that they operate together. We must finish faster," he set a task at the meeting conducted at the facility on Friday, May 5.
As Sergei Smirnov explained, it is planned that all works excluding launch of the ventilation system and elevators will be finished by June. The building will be finished completely by July.
The governor expressed the opinion that workers at the construction site should start earlier.
"At 7 o'clock in the morning I drive a car, the weather is good, but people do not work. [...] They must start working at 7.00. It is a daytime. The contracting organization changed and you became involved. So, show yourself to good advantage. Finish the work well and before the deadline. Later, when you apply for bids for other objects, you will have a reputation of a good contracting organization," Ivan Belozertsev noted.
During the meeting, the governor also ordered the head of the regional Ministry of Construction Alexander Grishaev to consider the possibility of illuminating the building at night.
As it was reported before, the building in Pushkina street in Penza, where a maternity hospital was situated, was closed for reconstruction on October 1, 2015.
According to information posted on the official portal of public procurement, on October 29, 2015, the public health facility "Penza State Maternity Hospital" and the LLC "Tambovelitstroy" concluded an agreement for reconstruction of the building aimed for a women’s consultation clinic. The price of the contract is over 14 million rubles. The deadline specified by the agreement is December 15, 2015.
In February 2017, the vice governor Valery Savinreported on problems with the contracting organization, which according to him broke all deadlines.