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March 31, 2021 09:02 am

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The work is part of a large-scale regional capital repair program.

In the Khamovniki district, the roofs of the former tenement houses will be repaired. Now they are residential and are objects of cultural heritage.

One of them is M.V. Golubitskaya (Ostozhenka street, house 42/2). It was built in 1842, and in 1890 significant changes were made to the building. Architect – Nikolay Strukov. The first floor of the corner building on Ostozhenka Street and in Shtatniy Lane was occupied by various trade establishments and offices. On the second floor was the landlord’s seven-room apartment, as well as furnished rooms and a shop, later converted into a rented apartment. The third floor was fully occupied by furnished rooms. The architectural design of the building was tied to the Empire-style mansion located nearby.

Profitable house E.A. Shablykina is located at 21 Sivtsev Vrazhek Lane. The roof will also be overhauled. The building was built in 1906 by the architect Vyacheslav Oltarzhevsky. In the decor of the main facade of the six-story building, the architect used neo-Greek motives. The main entrance, located in the central part, is decorated with columns supporting a wide entablature. Above it there is a large semicircular window with a preserved original, fine design, carpentry filling. The artist Mikhail Nesterov, an outstanding representative of Russian Symbolism and Art Nouveau, a leading master of religious painting of the Silver Age, settled here in 1920.

In both buildings, workers will completely replace the roofing, partially or completely the rafters and mauerlat, as well as fences, and repair the drainage system. If necessary, the crate, hatches and exits to the attic and roof will be replaced. All wooden structures will be treated with fire retardant compounds.

The works are part of a large-scale regional overhaul programs… and are carried out in accordance with applicable building codes and regulations.

Where it is provided by the design documentation, the attic floor is insulated to restore the temperature and humidity conditions of the attic, which increases the energy efficiency of the building as a whole and improves the operation of the roof. When insulating the attic floor, mineral wool slabs will be used, which are modern heat insulators.

Only contractors with special licenses from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation are allowed to work. Objects are regularly checked by specialists Department of Cultural Heritage of the City of Moscow… Construction control employees are engaged in operational, intermediate and acceptance monitoring.

It will be possible to follow the schedule of the overhaul on the portal “Our town”… There are information stands next to each object where work is taking place. On them you can find the data of the contractor carrying out the repairs and authorized employees. Also, for all questions, please call the dispatch office of the Fund for Capital Repair of Moscow: +7 (495) 695-64-20.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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