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In 2014, the construction of the first dam from the complex of new hydroprotective structures of the region will begin in Khabarovsk
In 2014, the construction of the first dam from the number of hydrological structures to protect settlements from floods will begin in Khabarovsk. This was reported by the press service of the governor and the government of the Khabarovsk Territory with reference to the deputy chief of the department of natural resources of the regional nature ministry Konstantin Tretyakov.
“The design of the water protection structure in the regional capital began last year, the project has already received a positive conclusion from the state examination, in the near future a conclusion will be received on the compliance with the estimated cost. After that we will be able to apply to the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia for a subsidy to co-finance the construction, ”he said.
For the design of the dam, taking into account several adjustments and examinations, about 200 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget. The cost of construction, which is planned to be completed during 2-3 years, will be about 3,5 billion rubles from the regional and federal budgets.
In total, 11 hydroprotective structures with a total length of 82 km will be created in the Khabarovsk Territory. The total cost of the regional budget for the design reached 600 million rubles. The cost of construction and installation works is estimated at 15,5 billion rubles with co-financing of the Ministry of Environment of the Russian Federation.
“In late September - early October this year, based on the results of tenders, state contracts for the design of facilities will be concluded. In the first half of 2015, the main design and survey work should be completed. The construction of all structures will last until 2020, ”the Ministry of Natural Resources of the region explained.