MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
September 4, 2021, 09:02
It will be located on the section from Mussorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage.
In the floodplain of the Chermyanka River in the north-east of the capital, a field for playing hockey and mini-football is being set up. An object with an area of about 1130 square meters will appear on the section from Mussorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage.
The specialists have already completed the main earthworks, installed the technological plate with pipelines for the coolant. We also tested the cooling system, poured a finishing layer of concrete and installed the sides of the box. It is planned to complete the main construction and installation work in this quarter.
Two multifunctional pavilions are being set up next to the site. Inside there will be changing rooms and sports equipment rental. There are also stands for almost a thousand spectators, and eight lighting poles and 16 floodlights will be installed along the perimeter of the box.
The sports ground will be open all year round. In summer, an artificial turf for playing mini-football will be rolled out on the site of the ice field.
The site will be part of the sports cluster, which is being created in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River.
“It is planned to equip sports grounds, including a heated football field, a hockey rink, four professional tennis courts, a skate park, workout grounds, streetball and ping-pong playgrounds,” added the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Housing and Utilities and improvement
The sports cluster will be located on the territory of the future Yauza park. The green zone with a length of more than 16 kilometers (from the Moscow Ring Road to the Rostokinsky aqueduct) will become the longest ecological park in Europe. The total area of the improvement will be 49.1 hectares. There will be a panda park, an eco-trail with viewing platforms and places for quiet relaxation, yoga classes, creative evenings and performances, as well as an eco-center, sports and playgrounds.
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