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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

In the Golyanovo district at the address: Altaiskaya street, property 33, the construction of a sports and recreation complex continues. Its readiness is approximately 27 percent, as reported by the head of the Moscow City Construction Department Rafik Zagrutdinov.

“The monolithic work at the site is being completed, we have begun installing metal structures for the roof trusses of the large swimming pool, and we plan to begin installing the roof at the end of January. In addition, we will soon begin work on internal engineering systems – heating and ventilation.

The completion of the main construction and installation work at this facility is expected at the end of this year,” said Rafik Zagrutdinov.

The total area of the three-story facility will be about four thousand square meters. It will have two swimming pools, including one for recreational swimming 25 by 16 meters and one for teaching children to swim 10 by six meters, a gym, a buffet, locker rooms, administrative and other premises.

The architectural appearance will become a distinctive feature of the building; it will echo the style of Soviet modernism. The facades will be made in black, white, red and gray colors. The project also provides for panoramic glazing, which will allow sunlight to penetrate inside. The surrounding area will be landscaped and landscaped.

The sports and recreation complex is being adapted for visitors with limited mobility. It will be able to be visited by 1,130 people per day.

Rafik Zagrutdinov added that the number of sports facilities in Moscow has more than doubled. Their construction made it possible to more than double the number of city residents involved in sports.

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