MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
19 March 2021, 07:04
Photo by Y. Ivanko. Mos.ru
The stands will be able to accommodate almost 500 spectators.
In the south-west of the capital, in the Yasenevo area, the arrangement of a football field will be completed. Trainings and competitions will take place here. The design documentation has already been approved by the Moscow State Expertise.
The specialists will have to reconstruct the unfinished object. In the two-storey administrative building, external doors and windows, facade panels will be partially replaced, walls and partitions will be installed, interior decoration and plinth facing will be performed. Inside, there will be changing rooms for athletes, rooms for coaches and judges, a medical office, a classroom and a buffet with a dining room. There will also be technical and administrative premises.
“The football pitch will be replaced with an artificial turf, a fencing with a soundproof screen will be installed on the north side, an outdoor lighting system will be formed, small architectural forms will be installed and a comprehensive landscaping will be carried out. The project takes into account the placement of stands for spectators with almost 500 seats and the construction of a checkpoint, driveways, open parking lots, sidewalks and footpaths. After the completion of the work, the complex will be able to host both training sessions and competitions at the district, regional and interregional levels, ”said Anna Yakovleva, head of Mosgosexpertiza.
Sound reinforcement systems will be installed on the pitch, in the stands and in the building. A video information system will appear for sporting events, and an LED board will be hung to display information about ongoing competitions and videos.
In addition, a covered parking for special equipment will be arranged on the territory.
Sports facilities are being actively built in the capital. Four international stadiums have already been erected and seven heated football pitches have been set up for sports school students and residents of the districts. 2021-2022 planned to build four more football fields.
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