Vasily Bochkarev inspected “Rameev” technopark, martial arts sports palace
Penza, 11 March 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region governor Vasily Bochkarev together with members of the regional government and heads of co-signed construction companies have inspected the high-end technopark “Rameev” and the martial arts sports palace during the working session on Wednesday, March 11.
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The governor was primarily interested in future use of the new objects. As his companions said during the visit to the technopark “Rameev,” the intellectual platform is currently hosting 12 residents, but their numbers will potentially grow to 17 at the end of Q1 2015.
During his visit to the location, the governor met with representatives of “Penza Nanotechnology Commercialization Center” who told him about some of their developments.
Vasily Bochkarev expressed his wish to help the innovation creators and suggested offering some of the ideas to the Industrial Association of the Penza region for implementation and production.
According to the head of the region, this step will give the companies on the brink of laying off some of their staff to keep the jobs after changing a portion of its production range or creating new small enterprises.
However, Vasily Bochkarev criticized the construction issues of the technopark “Rameev.”
“The roof is leaking. The spring shows the builders made mistakes. They are now taking measures, removing the snow from the roof. Expensive equipment may be right under these spring leaks. Moreover, there are negative words for the officials who are silencing some facts and want to be goody-two-shoes from the region’s pockets. We will make all of you be active for the sake of the region, so that all the money we put in were effective,” he said.
In the martial arts sports palace, Vasily Bochkarev inspected the training halls and the main arena. He evaluated the scale and the quality of the builders’ work, and pointed out some small defects he ordered them to fix within the span of two weeks.
Overall, the governor was pleased with what he had seen.
“I liked the dumbbell hall. I have not seen one of this kind in the region. The presentation hall is luxurious: well-lit, large, comfortable for the audience. I think the martial arts palace is ready, and we should populate it. I think we will see all federations work in two weeks. The kids will be training in a comfortable place,” Vasily Bochkarev noted.
Currently, the Penza city administration is considering plans to increase its accessibility by organizing public transportation to the sports palace from Ternovka and Zapadnaya Polyana neighborhoods, as well as Okruzhnaya street area.