Construction readiness of the State Philharmonic and the Arctic Center complex in Yakutsk exceeds 30%

More than 230 builders and specialists and 11 units of special equipment are engaged in the construction of one of the largest cultural clusters in the Russian Far East by VIS Group. At present, measures are being taken to close the temporary heating circuit, which will allow to exclude the need for a technological break and continue work in the winter. Builders will be able to carry out work on the installation of internal partitions and utilities even at temperatures as low as -35 degrees Celsius.

To date, the facility’s overall construction readiness is 31%. Construction and installation work (reinforcement, installation of formwork and concreting of columns at the level of 2nd-4th floors) continues in all buildings of the future complex of the State Philharmonic Society and the Arctic Center for Epic Literature and the Arts. A temporary heat supply project is being developed and the required equipment is being purchased. The esplanade foundation is being set up in front of the building’s entrance group.

VIS Group implements the project on the principles of public-private partnership. Under the terms of the agreement signed with the Government of Yakutia, the private partner will organize the financing, design, construction, equipment and subsequent technical operation of the cultural cluster for 7 years. The financial partner of the project is Gazprombank.

An integrated complex with an area of almost 33,000 sq. meters is being built on the shore of Lake Saysary and will house a philharmonic society, two theaters, and an exhibition and business event space under one roof. The project was developed by TPO "Reserve", which participated in the design of the Moscow Zaryadye Park, in close cooperation with Yakutia’s leading experts in the field of culture and urban planning. The facility is unique both in terms of the applied architectural solutions and the climatic conditions in which it is being built. To date, there are no similar cultural centers in the world that are comparable in scale, design features and technical equipment, built under permafrost conditions.

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