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The specialists renovated the wall cladding, lighting, engineering equipment, and also put in order the staircases and service premises.
The overhaul of the pedestrian tunnel on Begovaya Street near 28 near the Central Moscow Hippodrome has been completed. Specialists GBU “Gormost” they replaced ceramic tiles with granite cladding, renovated staircases, engineering equipment and lighting fixtures, and cleaned up the office premises. Also, as part of the overhaul, staircase heating systems were installed. In total, more than 500 square meters of wall and walkway cladding were replaced in the tunnel.
At the time of the work, the tunnel was not completely blocked. The renovation was carried out in stages, therefore, while work was being carried out on one half, the second remained open to pedestrians. The necessary work was completed in less than six months.
The overhaul was caused by the partial destruction of staircases and facing tiles. In addition, the pedestrian tunnel has never been overhauled since 1996.
In 2020, 13 pedestrian tunnels were overhauled in Moscow. The underground structures on Leningradskoye, Dmitrovskoye and Varshavskoye highways, Kievskaya and Tarusskaya streets, as well as other streets and avenues were put in order.
At the moment, repairs are continuing in the underground tunnel near the Salut Hotel on Leninsky Prospekt. Due to the threat of the spread of COVID-19, the start of its repair was postponed to a later date, so work at the facility is planned to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.
Now on the balance of GBU “Gormost” 519 pedestrian tunnels. The institution is engaged in the operation and repair of engineering structures under operational management. In total, GBU “Gormost” manages more than two thousand objects throughout Moscow.
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