Yekaterinburg announces 2011 engineering, infrastructure successes
The 20 kilometer distance of these infrastructure projects included sewer facilities, heating mains and water supply pipes. The inventory included infrastructure used by municipal institutions, network enterprises and orphan engineering communication, NEP'08 reports.
"To date, the BTI (has) received 1,465 inventory of passports for orphan (engineering), adopted more than 20 kilometers and five new objects of engineering infrastructure, as well as agreed and signed 1,648 orders (for) reception networks in municipal ownership," Vladimir Gejko, said, according to NEP'08.
According to City Hall, orphan networks allow for timely and proper maintenance of city facilities.
The city of Yekaterinburg also plans to replace approximately three kilometers worth of tramlines and 665 meters worth that run toward City Hall. This will lead to multiple renovations starting March 8, including construction on Frunze St., Schorsa St., Komsomolskaya St., Kuibyshev St. and Chelyuskintsev St.
Tram crossings will also be renovated at the intersection of Engineering and Kirovgradskoj, the intersection of Chelyuskintsev and East, the intersection of Cosmonauts Ave. and Victory St., and at the intersection of Radisheva and Moscow.
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