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Among the winners of the competition are sports facilities, residential complexes, shopping centers, offices, schools and other buildings.

Sergei Sobyanin presented awards to the winners of the annual competition Best Completed Construction Project

In 2020, 111 projects from among the objects participated in the competition, the commissioning permit of which was issued from January 1 to December 31, 2019. 38 projects reached the final of the competition.

“These are not projects anymore. This is what hundreds of thousands of city residents use. And your victory is due not only to architectural delights, but also to the popularity and demand for your facilities, ”said the Moscow Mayor.

According to him, builders invest knowledge, talent and soul into the implementation of objects, which allows the capital to grow younger every year, develop and be more and more loved by the townspeople.

“The main assessment is that they are in demand by Muscovites. All these projects are not empty, they are all filled with people and work for people, ”added Sergei Sobyanin.

Competition winners

The special prize “Project of the Year” was awarded to the Palace of Rhythmic Gymnastics of Irina Viner-Usmanova (24 Luzhniki Street, building 24).

Gymnastics Palace in Luzhniki won the BISPO AwardsSergei Sobyanin opened the Palace of Gymnastics at Luzhniki

In the nomination “The best implemented project for the construction of apartment buildings in the category” standard housing “, the winner by the decision of the city competition committee was the residential complex” Mikhailova, 31 “(South-Eastern Administrative District, Mikhailova Street, 31a). And according to the results of an open citywide vote – the residential complex “Positive”, building 2 (TyNAO, Moskovsky settlement, Kievskoe highway, 23rd kilometer, building 14, building 2).

The best among the projects for the construction of high-comfort apartment buildings according to the decision of the city competition committee was the residential quarter “Symbol” (South-Eastern Administrative District, Nevelskoy proezd, building 3, buildings 1 and 2; building 6, buildings 1-3). And according to the results of an open citywide vote, the Spanish Quarters residential complex, the first district (TyNAO, Sosenskoye settlement, Velasquez Boulevard, building 6; building 7, buildings 1–6; building 9, buildings 1–3; building 10) won in this nomination. …

The multifunctional swimming center of the Luzhniki Olympic complex (Central Administrative District, Luzhniki Street, building 24, building 4) became the winner in the nomination “Best Implemented Project for the Construction of Sports Facilities” by the decision of the city competition committee.

“Just think, they reconstructed some kind of sports facility. In fact, instead of an already obsolete facility, a unique center has been created that has no analogues in our country. This was also very difficult and difficult given the preservation of the historical appearance and the place where we are building – this is a truly historical place. It is worth considering the most complex technical solutions that were used there, ”said Sergei Sobyanin.

Participants in the open citywide vote preferred the Rhythmic Gymnastics Palace of Irina Viner-Usmanova (Central Administrative District, Luzhniki Street, Building 24, Building 4).

In the nomination “The best implemented project for the construction of educational and educational facilities”, the city competition commission awarded the victory to an experimental school for 2500 places with quantorium (South Administrative District, Likhachev Avenue, 11). According to the results of an open citywide vote, the victory among projects for the construction of educational facilities was won by a children’s educational institution for 350 places in the Novye Vatutinki district (TyNAO, Desenovskoye settlement, 3rd Novovatutinskaya street, 9a).

In the nomination “The best implemented project for the construction of medical and recreational facilities” by the decision of the city competition committee, a child-adult clinic for 750 visits per shift was named (CAO, Leningradsky Prospekt, 18a). And according to the results of an open citywide vote, the endocrinological national center of the Ministry of Health of Russia (South-West Administrative District, Dmitriy Ulyanov Street, 11) became the best.

A special prize in this nomination was awarded to a hospital in the village of Kommunarka (TyNAO, settlement Sosenskoye, village Kommunarka, Sosensky Stan street, 8).

The Movenpick Taganskaya hotel (CAO, Zemlyanoy Val street, house 70) became the winner in the nomination “Best implemented hotel construction project” by the decision of the city competition committee and the results of an open citywide vote.

In the nomination “Best Implemented Project for the Construction of Office Buildings and Business Centers”, the city competition committee awarded the victory to the engineering center of Mosgaz JSC (CAD, Mruzovsky lane, 11, building 2). And according to the results of an open citywide vote, the Iskra Business Park was named the best (CAO, Leningradsky Prospect, 35, building 1).

Among the projects for the construction of multifunctional shopping centers and complexes by the decision of the city competition commission and the results of an open citywide vote, the Salaris shopping and entertainment center (TyNAO, Moskovsky settlement, Kievskoe highway, 23rd kilometer, building 1) was named the best.

The Grotto pavilion of the Kuskovo estate museum (VAO, Yunosti street, 2, building 11) won the nomination “The best implemented project for the restoration and adaptation of cultural heritage objects for modern use” by the decision of the city competition committee. And according to the results of an open citywide vote – the ensemble of the Miussky tram depot (Central Administrative District, Lesnaya Street, 20, buildings 1, 3-6).

A special prize was awarded to the palace of boyar Troekurov (chambers of the 16th – 17th centuries) (CAD, Georgievsky lane, houses 4–6, building 2).

In the nomination “Best Implemented Project for the Construction of Cultural and Educational Facilities”, the victory by the decision of the city competition committee was awarded to the cultural and production facilities of Mosfilm (CJSC, Mosfilmovskaya Street, Building 1a, Buildings 1, 2), areas of the Moscow International Business Center “Moscow City” (CAD, Krasnopresnenskaya embankment, possession 16, sections 2, 3, 6). The Novy Karamyshevsky Bridge as part of the North-West Expressway (CJSC, Mozhaisky and Ochakovo-Matveevskoye districts) won in the nomination “Best Implemented Project for the Construction of Street and Road Network Objects” by the decision of the city competition committee. Based on the results of an open citywide vote, the best in this category were the multi-level transport interchanges at the intersection of the Moscow Ring Road with the Besedinskoye Highway (Southern Administrative District, Brateevo and Zyablikovo districts).

The winner in the nomination “The best implemented project for the construction of metro and railway transport facilities” by the decision of the city competition commission was the Rudnevo electric depot (VAO, Kraskovskaya street), and according to the results of an open citywide vote – the Sokolnicheskaya line of the Moscow metro on the section from Salaryev to Kommunarki ”(TyNAO, Sosenskoye settlement).

“To be honest, before we started building it, we didn’t even imagine that such a construction technology could be implemented in Moscow. When in the alignment of the main road, not even metro builders, but road workers built a huge metro line, ”said the Mayor of Moscow.

At the award ceremony, Sergei Sobyanin congratulated the laureates on the upcoming professional holiday.

“Happy Builder’s Day, a very important and great holiday for Moscow. And not only because hundreds of thousands of Muscovites have tied their lives and destinies with this wonderful profession, but also because our city in all centuries, throughout history, is associated with development, construction, investment. And for the last 10 years, Moscow has been especially demonstrating positive dynamics of development, ”he said.

Moscow has become a world leader in metro construction and the dynamics of the development of the street and road network. It cannot be compared with other cities in the development of railways, their reconstruction and integration into urban infrastructure.

“After the adoption of the renovation program, the city became the largest metropolis in the world, which implements the resettlement of citizens from dilapidated housing,” added Sergei Sobyanin.

According to him, they are actively building in the capital and objects of trade, services, hotels, as well as objects of education, health care and social protection.

“I must say that the Moscow construction complex is getting out of the crisis with dignity. The volumes of construction, demand for housing and commercial real estate are recovering. None of the largest city programs were stopped during this period. And I must say words of gratitude to all workers of the construction complex who have created conditions for normal work and development of construction in Moscow, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

Professional jury and open voting

The competition for the best construction projects in the capital has been held since 2000. One of its main tasks is to draw public attention to construction projects that create a comfortable urban environment, improve the quality of life of Muscovites, and also stimulate the use of innovative technologies and modern architectural solutions.

Applications for participation in the competition are accepted from customers, investors, designers and general contractors who participated in the work on the project.

Since 2015, the winners in 12 nominations are determined by the decision of the city competition committee. It includes leading experts in the field of construction, architecture, urban planning and restoration, as well as representatives of Moscow executive authorities. In addition, an open citywide vote is held in the “Active Citizen” project, on the competition website, at the exhibition of participating projects in the “Model of Moscow” pavilion at VDNKh, as well as with the help of the mobile application “We are building simply”.

During an open citywide vote, one million 187 thousand opinions of Muscovites were collected, including one million 179 thousand opinions – on the portal “Active Citizen”, 2.6 thousand – at the exhibition of competitive projects, 5.9 thousand – on the competition website and the mobile application “Building is simple”.

In 2018, the Project of the Year prize was established, which is awarded to the best project among the winners of the competition. In previous years, the park and the Zaryadye concert hall became the best of the best.

Also, the competition commission institutes special prizes, which are awarded to projects for achievements in the field of construction or restoration and adaptation of cultural heritage sites for modern use.

Development of transport infrastructure: metro and MCC

Since 2011, 301.4 kilometers of lines, 87 stations, three additional lobbies of the Moscow Metro and MCC, as well as 10 electric depots have been commissioned in the capital.

Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line:

– a section from the Maryino station to the Zyablikovo station (three stations);

– section from the Maryina Roshcha station to the Seligerskaya station (six stations);

– the second lobby of the Maryina Roshcha station;

– the second lobby of the Petrovsko-Razumovskaya station.

Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line:

– section from Novogireevo station to Novokosino station (one station);

– section from Delovoy Tsentr station to Ramenki station (five stations);

– the section from the Ramenki station to the Rasskazovka station (seven stations).

Zamoskvoretskaya line:

– section from Krasnogvardeyskaya station to Alma-Atinskaya station (one station);

– Technopark station;

– the section from the station “Rechnoy Vokzal” to the station “Khovrino” (two stations).

Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line:

– the section from the Mitino station to the Pyatnitskoe highway station (one station).

Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line:

– section from Vykhino station to Kotelniki station (three stations);

– “Spartak” station.

Butovskaya line:

– section from the station “Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya” to the station “Bitsevsky Park” (two stations).

Sokolnicheskaya line:

– section from Yugo-Zapadnaya station to Salaryevo station (three stations);

– the section from the Salaryevo station to the Kommunarka station (four stations).

Nekrasovskaya line:

– section from Kosino station to Nekrasovka station (four stations);

– section from Aviamotornaya station to Kosino station (five stations).

Big ring line:

– section from Delovoy Tsentr station to Savelovskaya station (six stations);

– section from Aviamotornaya station to Lefortovo station (one station).

Filevskaya line:

– the second lobby of the Mezhdunarodnaya station.

Moscow Central Circle – 31 stations.

Electric depot (including reconstruction): Mitino, Brateevo, Pechatniki, Vykhino, Planernoe, Nizhegorodskoe, Likhobory, Solntsevo, Vladykino and Rudnevo.

Since the beginning of 2020, 14.3 kilometers of lines and six new stations of the Moscow metro have been commissioned, including:

– the second section of the Nekrasovskaya line from Aviamotornaya to Kosin, 11.3 kilometers long (five stations – Aviamotornaya, Nizhegorodskaya, Stakhanovskaya, Okskaya and Yugo-Vostochnaya);

– the north-eastern section of the BCL from Aviamotornaya to Lefortovo, three kilometers long (one station – Lefortovo).

By the end of this year, it is planned to build another 10.4 kilometers of lines, three stations, one electric depot, in particular:

– the western section of the BCL from “Horoshevskaya” to “Karamyshevskaya” – 5.5 kilometers, two stations (“Narodnogo Opolcheniya Street” and “Karamyshevskaya”);

– northeastern section of the BCL from Lefortovo to Elektrozavodskaya – one kilometer, one station (Electrozavodskaya);

– section of Sokolnicheskaya line from Salaryev to Kommunarka (dead ends) – 1.3 kilometers;

– turnaround dead ends behind the Delovoy Tsentr station of the Solntsevskaya line (1.4 kilometers);

– Dead ends behind the Delovoy Tsentr station of the Big Circle Line (1.2 kilometers);

– depot “Sokol” (reconstruction).

In total, this year it is planned to commission 24.75 kilometers of lines, nine stations and one electric depot.

Moscow Central Diameters – surface metro

Last year, we opened traffic on the first Moscow central diameters – MCD-1 “Belorussko-Savelovsky” (Odintsovo – Lobnya) and MCD-2 Kursk-Rizhsky (Nakhabino – Podolsk).

They have improved transport services for more than four million people – this is about 20 percent of the region’s population, living in dozens of districts of Moscow and cities of the Moscow region.

MCD trains have already carried over 80 million passengers.

Thanks to the launch of the MCD and the new ticketing system, motorists who have switched from private cars save up to 44 minutes of travel per day, as well as up to 75 percent of travel costs on certain routes (in total, MCD passengers will be able to save up to seven billion rubles a year).

Today MCD-1 and MCD-2 are 132 kilometers and 60 stations, from 20 of which you can change to the metro, the Moscow Central Circle and the radial lines of the railway.

Comprehensive development continues, including the construction of new and reconstruction of existing stations, the formation of modern transport hubs and the improvement of adjacent territories.

Since the opening of the MCD, five new stations have already been built on them – Slavyanskiy Boulevard and Penyagino at MCD-1, Volokolamskaya, Ostafyevo and Kuryanovo at MCD-2.

Scale and comfort for thousands of passengers: Slavyansky Boulevard station opened at MCD-1Kuryanovo station opened at MCD-2

We completed the reconstruction of eight existing stations, including six stations at MCD-1 (Fili, Nemchinovka, Odintsovo (first stage), Rabochiy Poselok, Setun and Novodachnaya) and two stations at MCD-2 (Opalikha and Nakhabino).

Seven more new stations are planned to be built in the coming years. Three stations at MCD-1 (Petrovsko-Razumovskoye, Ilimskaya and Dmitrovskaya) and four stations at MCD-2 (Maryina Roshcha, Kotlyakovo, Pechatniki and Shchukinskaya). Shchukinskaya will replace Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo station. Thus, by 2024, the number of stations on two diameters will increase to 66, and the number of transfers – to 27.

Reconstruction work continues at Dolgoprudnaya, Timiryazevskaya, Bakovka, Odintsovo (second stage) and Lobnya (MCD-1) stations, as well as Kalanchevskaya and Podolsk (MCD-2) stations.

How the road network is developing

In recent years, at least 100 kilometers of roads have been built in Moscow per year.

So, in the period from 2011 to 2019, 909 kilometers of roads were built in Moscow, which is 16 percent of the existing road network. 272 artificial structures (bridges, tunnels, overpasses) and 231 off-street pedestrian crossings were erected. 14 outbound highways were reconstructed, including 16 interchanges on the Moscow Ring Road. We also equipped 200 kilometers of dedicated lanes for public transport.

Since the beginning of the year, Moscow has built and commissioned 48 kilometers of roads, 17 artificial structures and 12 pedestrian crossings, including:

– a section of General Dorokhov Avenue from Aminevskoye Highway to Minskaya Street with a traffic intersection at the intersection with Minskaya Street;

– highway to the residential development of the Severny settlement along the Savelovsky direction of the Moscow railway (MZhD);

– a link between Ramensky Boulevard and Vernadsky Avenue in the area of ​​the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov;

– an overpass across the MCC railway tracks from Prud-Klyuchiki Street to 1st Frezernaya Street;

– an underground pedestrian crossing through the Oktyabrskaya railway in Marfin to the Fonvizinskaya metro station;

– traffic interchange on the Kievskoe highway in the area of ​​the Salaryevo metro station;

– exit from the city of Moskovsky to the Kiev highway.

By the end of the year, it is planned to complete the construction of another 43 kilometers of roads, four artificial structures and eight pedestrian crossings. Among the priority objects are the following:

– a pedestrian crossing through the Paveletskoye direction of the Moscow Railway from Varshavskoye shosse (building 12) to Zagorodnoye shosse;

– reconstruction of the main street of regional significance, platform Ostafyevo – urban district Shcherbinka with a slop-turn platform and a terminal station;

– reconstruction of the motor road from Minsk to Borovskoye highway;

– continuation of Oktyabrsky Avenue in Troitsk (Academician Cherenkov Street – Dalnyaya Street);

– motor road Maryino – Salaryevo;

– road network on the territory of the administrative and business center in the village of Kommunarka, including a bridge crossing over the Sosenka River;

– reconstruction of Tkatskaya street;

– transport interchange on the section from the Moscow Ring Road to the village of Kommunarka.

All in all this year in Moscow it is planned to build more than 90 kilometers of roads, 21 artificial structures and 20 pedestrian crossings.

From 2021 to 2023, they plan to build about 314 kilometers of roads, 100 artificial structures and 51 pedestrian crossings. The key project for the coming years is the construction of new expressways – the North-East Expressway, the South-Eastern Expressway and the South Road. Chords will improve connectivity for 73 districts of Moscow with a population of seven million.

To date, 57 percent of the chord ring has already been built – 190 kilometers of roads, 98 artificial structures and 54 pedestrian crossings have been commissioned.

The North-West Expressway is completely open to motorists – it is 83 kilometers of roads, 32 artificial structures and 30 pedestrian crossings.

In addition, traffic has been opened on six sections of the North-East Expressway and three sections of the South Road.

35 kilometers of roads and 26 districts: construction of the North-East Expressway continues

Development of social infrastructure

From 2011 to 2019, 369 schools and kindergartens, 85 clinics and hospitals, 120 sports facilities, 48 ​​theaters, museums and other cultural facilities were built in Moscow.

Among the new iconic objects:

– Zaryadye park and concert hall, Dream Island amusement park, Helikon-opera theaters and Gradsky Hall;

– the stadium in the Luzhniki sports complex (reconstruction), the Irina Viner-Usmanova Rhythmic Gymnastics Palace, the multifunctional swimming center in Luzhniki, the Anastasia Davydova Olympic synchronized swimming center, as well as the football stadiums CSKA, Spartak, Dynamo stadium and ice arena CSKA;

– a new building of the Morozov Children’s City Clinical Hospital, a multidisciplinary clinical hospital in Kommunarka, a diagnostic building in the Skolkovo international medical cluster, an experimental school for 2,500 children on the territory of the former ZIL industrial zone, a school for 2,100 children in Nekrasovka, an international boarding school Letovo ”and the Ferenc Liszt children’s music school.

Thanks to the development of social infrastructure in 110 districts, the path from home to school, kindergarten or clinic has become shorter. Walking distance to schools and kindergartens in Moscow is better than in London and New York.

Since the beginning of the year, 12 schools and kindergartens, five healthcare facilities, seven sports facilities and four cultural facilities have been built in the capital.

During the pandemic, Moscow builders built the Voronovskoye Moscow Clinical Center for Infectious Diseases in just a month from scratch. This self-contained hospital has 800 beds, expandable to 900 beds and transforms each bed into an intensive care unit in 24 hours. Over the past months, more than 1.2 thousand patients diagnosed with coronavirus infection were discharged here.

“During the pandemic, very complex projects were implemented that had to be erected in just a matter of weeks and months. This is the construction of the Voronovskaya Infectious Diseases Clinic – the largest in Russia, this is the reconstruction of many buildings, hospitals, healthcare facilities, which directly began to work to fight the coronavirus. It would have been impossible to realize all this without the builders, and they did not fail, ”the Moscow Mayor said.

The clinic is not a temporary module, its buildings are designed for several decades. After the end of the pandemic, the hospital, which has double Meltzer boxes, will become a hospital for the treatment of all types of infections.

Real estate construction

For nine years (from 2011 to 2019), 78.6 million square meters of real estate were built in Moscow, including 31.03 million square meters of housing (15 percent of the total volume of real estate in Moscow).

In particular, 655 administrative centers and trade facilities on 9.4 million square meters were commissioned.

Since the beginning of the year, 5.3 million square meters of real estate have been built, including 2.4 million square meters of housing.

Commercial real estate construction is carried out mainly outside the Third Ring Road. The emergence of new jobs allows many people to find work closer to home and reduce the time spent on daily commuting.

Renovation program

The program for the renovation of the housing stock includes 5,174 houses – about 350 thousand apartments with a total area of ​​16.4 million square meters, in which about a million people live.

The first new settlers moved into new homes in February 2018. At present, the relocation of residents of 151 houses to 56 newly-built houses is underway or completed. In total, 24.8 thousand residents are moving, of which 18.7 thousand people have already moved to new apartments.

Information centers have been opened to assist citizens in resettlement. They provide advice from representatives of the City Property Department, the Moscow Renovation Fund, the prefecture, the management company, and the general contractor.

To implement the program, 453 launch sites were selected with a total area of ​​seven million square meters of housing. The sites are located in all administrative districts of the city, as close as possible to the five-story buildings included in the program.

60 new residential buildings with a total area of ​​0.8 million square meters were built. Construction and design of 259 houses with a total area of ​​4.1 million square meters is underway.

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

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