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February 3, 2022, 10:02 am

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The Nizhegorodskoye and Vladykino electric depots are in a high degree of readiness. These works at the facilities have been completed by 74 and 84 percent, respectively.

Construction and reconstruction of six electric depots is underway in the capital. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“Increasing the length of the subway involves the construction of an electric depot, which is necessary for servicing rolling stock. Now six of them are at different stages of reconstruction and construction: Nizhegorodskoye, Yuzhnoye, Salaryevo, Vladykino, Vykhino, Aminevskoye,” the deputy mayor said.

The Nizhegorodskoye and Vladykino electric depots are in a high degree of readiness. Works at these facilities were completed by 74 and 84 percent, respectively.

“On the territory of the Nizhegorodskoye electric depot, the construction of a boiler house and a traction step-down substation has been completed. Work is underway to build a settling and repair building, a building for operating personnel, a motor depot, a chamber for washing trains and other structures. On the territory of the Vladykino depot, two new bays of the settling and repair building, a building for operating personnel, a warehouse for escalator equipment and a fan of tracks to the new part of the repair building are being built,” Andrey Bochkarev added.

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In addition, the Biryulevskoye electric depot (working title is Krasny stroitel) is being designed to service the metro line of the same name. It has become a platform for testing the use of BIM technologies at metro facilities.

“The area of ​​the construction site of the future Biryulevskoye depot is 19 hectares, it is planned to build more than 40 buildings and structures on it in four stages. Design and survey work is currently underway using information modeling (BIM) technology,” said Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of JSC Mosinzhproekt, a company that is the general designer and general contractor for the construction of new lines and stations of the Moscow metro.

Thanks to the construction and reconstruction of six electric depots, about seven thousand new jobs will be created in the capital.

In total, since 2011, six depots have been built in Moscow: Mitino, Brateevo, Likhobory, Solntsevo, Rudnevo and Nizhegorodskoye (first stage). Five more depots were reconstructed: Pechatniki, Planernoye, Sokol, Vladykino (first stage) and Vykhino (first stage). This helped create about 7.5 thousand jobs in the city.

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

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