MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
March 22, 2021 5:41 pm
Photo by E. Samarin. Mos.ru
The facades and decoration of common areas will be updated in the building, as well as engineering communications will be put in order.
A building built in 1889 will be renovated in the center of Moscow. It is located at: Nizhny Kiselny lane, house 3, building 1. The chairman informed about the approval of the project documentation Moskomexpertiza Valery Leonov.
“The Moscow apartment building overhaul program is helping to maintain high standards for the maintenance of residential buildings. So, Mosgosexpertiza approved a project for the overhaul of a three-story building in the Meshchansky district. It was built in 1889 according to an individual project. Both repair and finishing works are envisaged, ”said the head of the department.
Specialists will prepare and paint rusticated walls of facades, decorative elements, as well as the basement of the building, repair attic rooms, renovate window and door slopes, and restore the coverings of metal gates in the arch. In addition, window sills, signs with numbers of entrances and a flag holder will be replaced. In common areas, old windows, transoms and doors are dismantled, and then new ones will be installed.
Interior work will include preparation and painting of walls and ceilings of stairwells, lower surfaces of flights and landings of the house. Also, during the renovation, the steps will be renewed and the staircase railings will be restored, the floors on the stairwells will be repaired, the mailboxes will be replaced and number plates will be installed on all floors.
According to the project, the power supply, sewerage, heating and water supply systems will be partially replaced. Where required, existing communications will be restored. The layout of the premises and the architectural solutions of the facade will be preserved.
The regional program for the overhaul of common property in apartment buildings has been implemented in Moscow since 2015. It includes more than 28 thousand buildings. As part of the program, specialists put in order engineering systems, change chutes and elevators, and also repair basements, entrances, facades, roofs, and fire safety systems.
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