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Large-scale preparatory work has been completed at the construction site of a new oncology center for 340 beds in the city of Tula. Military builders are pouring a concrete base for four buildings of different heights around the clock.

The project of a unified oncological complex was created on the initiative of the Governor of the Tula Region Alexei Dyumin with the support of the President of Russia. According to the order of the Government of the Russian Federation, the construction of the cancer center in Tula was entrusted to the Military Construction Company of the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The foundation of the single building will be ready by April 20, after which the military builders will begin the main stage of construction – the erection of a monolithic frame and walls of a modern regional cancer center.

More than 6.5 thousand cubic meters of concrete mixture will be used in the construction of the foundation. Currently, the site employs more than 200 people and 20 units of construction and special equipment.

The new center will include more than 10 specialized medical departments with wards, an operating and surgical unit, its own laboratory and a consultative and diagnostic center with a polyclinic that will be able to serve about 400 patients a day. The area of ​​the oncological center will be about 58 thousand square meters.

The architectural project consists of four buildings, connected by transport corridors on all floors. The shape, height and location of the blocks are determined by medical requirements, site configuration and entrances provided for by the urban planning plan. The hospital will house the main departments of palliative care and rehabilitation, hematology and gynecological oncology, abdominal oncosurgery and anticancer drug therapy.

In the surgical building there are radionuclide diagnostics, a transfusion unit with cryostorage and wards for bone marrow transplantation, resuscitation and intensive care and operating rooms.

The polyclinic will include rooms for functional diagnostics, MRI, X-rays, a polyclinic for 400 visits per shift, departments for endoscopic and functional diagnostics, and a chemotherapy day hospital.

The National Defense Control Center of the Russian Federation carries out continuous round-the-clock monitoring of the construction progress of the new medical complex.

High-resolution video cameras are deployed at the construction site, providing a high-quality image of the work being performed at any time of the day in any weather conditions. Incoming control of the building materials supplied to the site is carried out.

The created control system allows for an immediate response to any emergency situations during construction and guarantees the completion of work on time and with the required quality.

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