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Menyailo: the timing of the construction of houses in Tulun is in jeopardy
Presidential Envoy in the Siberian Federal District Sergei Menyaylo praised the progress in building houses in Tulun, the most affected by flooding in the Irkutsk region last year. The deadlines for commissioning some of them have been postponed to the end of next year, which is why the envoy was dissatisfied with the pace of work.
According to the press service of the embassy, 1 houses are to be built at the construction site of the Berezovaya Roshcha microdistrict by September 155 this year. However, the construction of only 24 houses has now been completed, and they have not been put into operation. At 97 houses, work is underway, frames are being assembled, and another 29 houses are only at the stage of preparing the foundation.
In addition, in the microdistrict, issues of improvement, connection to a water supply on an ongoing basis have not yet been resolved, and a pump station has not been built to provide water pressure.
In the Ugolshchikov microdistrict, which will also be built for flood victims, the deadlines for putting into operation three two-story houses for 66 apartments have been shifted. Instead of May 15, 2020, houses should enter July 15, 2020. At the same time, according to the envoy, the quality of construction is low, and control by the customer is weak. Until the complete elimination of the shortcomings of the house for operation, he instructed not to accept.
Also, six eight-story buildings for 496 apartments are at the initial stage of construction. But the first three houses should be commissioned on December 15 of this year, and the remaining three by November 15, 2021. Given the current state of construction projects, there are risks of failure to meet the deadlines for commissioning housing.