A family-type dormitory for medical workers is planned to be put into operation in July 2018, as the "Minsk-News" agency correspondent was informed in the Сapital Сonstruction Management of the Cantraĺny District.
The dormitory is located at: st. Vyhockaha, 20a.
The nine-storey panel building is designed for 142 residential cells (in this context, the cell is a spatial living planning unit with one separate entrance — auth.), including 116 one-room and 26 two-room ones. In each there is a bathroom: in one-room it is equipped with a shower room, in a two-room — a bathroom.
Also in the nearest future rooms will be equipped with kitchens: they will install electric stoves and furniture — everything is of domestic production. All necessary communications to the building have already been completed, and autonomous fire detectors have been installed. We also note that the new building will be rented with a fine finish.
In one of the two entrances, a barrier-free environment has been created. The entrance to the hostel is adapted for the less mobile citizens — there is a lifting platform for access to the porch area.
Currently, the landscaping of the territory adjacent to the hostel is continuing: a children's playground and a sports ground with artificial turf for playing table tennis are equipped in the courtyard.
The total area of a one-room cell is 37.53 square meters. m (residential — 15.78 sq. m.), two-room — 59.71 sq. m. m (residential — 33.72 square meters).
“The area of the residential building is over 8.9 thousand square meters, the total area of the hostel is a little over 6.3 thousand square meters,” Deputy Chief Engineer CCM of Cantraĺny District Natallia Karotkaja says. “The construction of the hostel began in August 2017. The financing was provided by the city's investment program.”
Currently, there are 9 hostels for medical workers in the capital (the new one will be the tenth).
The customer of the works is the state enterprise "CCM of the Cantraĺny District of Minsk". The general contractor is OJSC MAPID.
Photo by Tamara Khamitsevich