MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Russian Emergencies Ministry hosted a meeting between the interim head of the department, Alexander Chupriyan, with the designers and builders of the Davydkovo metro station, the design of which was dedicated to the work of the emergency department specialists.
The event was attended by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev, the chief architect of the capital Sergey Kuznetsov, sculptor and artist Salavat Shcherbakov.
Within the framework of the meeting, a solemn ceremony of awarding the designers and builders of the station was held. A. Chupriyan personally presented the departmental awards and diplomas.
“I want to thank all of you very much for the work that was carried out during the construction of the station. You have immortalized all the heroic professions of the EMERCOM of Russia and made the most beautiful station in the whole world. I hope that the icon of the Burning Bush, which is shown on one of the bas-reliefs, patronizing rescuers, will protect them from hardships and will serve people for many years, ”said the acting head.
A. Bochkarev added that the implementation of this project is very important for the city. “We, side by side with you, eliminate incidents and incidents at socially significant facilities. It is a great honor for us to implement such a significant project for the population, ”A. Bochkarev said.
The Davydkovo station is located in the southwestern section of the Big Circle Line in the Ochakovo-Matveevskoe area between the Aminevskoe Shosse and Kuntsevskaya stations. The color scheme combines white, blue, orange – the colors of the EMERCOM of Russia symbols. The design of the ground pavilion, the escalator descent and the underground part of the station harmoniously accommodated images of the work of rescuers, made in various techniques: printing on glass, panels and bas-reliefs made of architectural concrete. The station consists of two lobbies with 6 escalators. The ceilings are 6 meters high and 208 meters long.
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