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Design solution. Moscow City Overhaul Department
The work is planned to be completed next spring.
Major repairs have begun in the southeast of Moscow Lublin Department of the Civil Registry Office.It is located at the 8th Tekstilshchikov Street, 14. The department occupies a premise on the first floor of a multi-storey residential building built in 1980. Its total area is over 700 square meters.
Divorce, birth and death, adoption and adoption, establishment of paternity, and name change are registered in the Lublin registry office. In addition, if necessary, changes are made to the civil status records here, repeated documents are issued from the archive, the records are canceled or restored. No wedding ceremonies are held here. For newlyweds, the Wedding Palace No. 3 is open, which is located nearby.
The registry office archive has a hundred-year history and has more than 927 thousand records. It consists of books of records of acts of civil status, compiled directly by the Lublin department of the registry office of the city of Moscow from 1970 to the present, as well as by the department of the registry office of the city of Lyublino, Moscow region since 1926. This archive also contains documents of nine village councils (Batyuninsky, Kapotnevsky, Kopninsky, Kuryanovsky, Lublinsky, Maryinsky, Perervinsky, Pechatnikovsky and Chaginsky), collected in the period from 1918 to 1965.
Since 2015, in the archive, you can find books of records of birth, death and paternity certificates, compiled by the registry office and the centers of public services of the South-Eastern district of the capital.
“Earlier, current repairs were started in the premises, but the technical condition of the offices and the waiting room did not meet modern requirements for accommodating administrative personnel and receiving visitors. Because of this, it was decided to carry out major repairs. It was also necessary to tidy up the facade and renovate the porch. The engineering systems of the premises were also worn out, ”they said in
Department of overhaul of the city of Moscow.
Construction and installation work is carried out in stages. The registry office employees are distributed among the existing premises and move to the updated offices as the repairs are completed in them.
Reception of applicants on issues of issuing repeated certificates of state registration of acts of civil status is temporarily limited. Registration is made according to previously submitted applications.
Now dismantling works are almost completed in the registry office. In the basement, the floor has already been screed and the walls have been plastered. At the same time, specialists are engaged in engineering networks and plastering the walls on the first floor.
“During the renovation, the existing façade tiles will be replaced with glass fiber reinforced concrete with a coffee-colored sandstone texture, and a new backlit sign will be installed on the side of the main entrance. They will make a ramp with handrails for people with disabilities, and the room itself will be equipped with all modern means for their unhindered movement. As part of the overhaul, the interior decoration will also be performed. The premises will be re-plastered and painted, and the flooring and outdated door and window blocks will be replaced. It is planned to install roller shutters on the latter, ”the press service of the department added.
The registry office is modernizing engineering networks – heating, hot and cold water supply and sewerage, as well as the power supply system. In addition, it will be equipped with access control, ventilation, alarm and fire safety systems. The specialists will equip administrative premises and offices for reception, bathrooms, archive, control room, comfortable waiting area. The registry office will be equipped with modern, comfortable and ergonomic furniture.
It is planned to complete the work in the spring of 2021.
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