Ivan Belozertsev monitors kindergarten construction in Penza
Penza, 18 November 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region governor Ivan Belozertsev has taken an inspection visit to several kindergarten construction sites in Ternovka and GPZ-24 neighborhood areas of the city.
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The first place to become subject to his attention was the construction site for the second building of the kindergarten No. 120 on Experimentalnaya street for 175 children.
At the moment, the construction already passed beyond the wall and building corridor construction stage: the construction workers already installed roofing and windows, laid down new water, sewage and heating pipelines, and are currently installing outer wall warming panels, decoration and wiring, along with heating and ventilation systems. The furniture, food court machinery, toy room equipment and decorative statues will be shipped soon.
Ivan Belozertsev held a conversation with representatives of the subcontractor and asked them about any current difficulties.
Next, he visited the construction site for a new building to the future kindergarten on Ternovskovo street by the school No. 69.
As with the location before, the work here is soon to be finished as well, with brickwork for outer and inner walls, armored concrete blocks, roofing, windows, heating, water, power and communication lines already installed as construction crews are currently decorating the building.
After inspecting the premises, Ivan Belozertsev praised the quality of materials and works that follow the modern standards.
Later on, he visited the new kindergarten on Izmaylova street for 400 children that is soon to begin operation, where he also praised the overall situation.
“By the end of 2015, we must finalize the construction of two kindergarten buildings in Ternovka and a preschool education institution on Izmaylova street in Penza city proper,” the governor ordered.
He reminded that the two more kindergartens are currently under construction in Sukhanovka and Yevlashevo of the Kuznetsk area, while another preschool institution will begin admitting children in Kobylkino village of the Kamenka area.
This concludes the kindergarten construction federal program in the Penza region and paves way for the transition towards construction of new schools.
Schools will be particularly vital for people who moved to the new neighborhood areas, Ivan Belozertsev said.
“I’ve set the objective to the relevant ministers in the region. We will conduct active work to make the Penza region join the school construction program on a co-financing basis,” the press service of the Penza region government quotes Ivan Belozertsev.