A kindergarten for 98 children designed by NEFU Small Innovative Enterprise Adgezia-Metallokonstruktsii in Saskylakh, Anabar district was declared winner in "The Best Public Building Project Implemented in 2017" category of the professional contest of Yakut architects "The Best Project of the Year" .
In 2017, the IIP Adgezia-Metallokonstruktsii together with the group of companies "Adgezia" introduced four kindergartens, two of them are on the construction phase today. "We put forward an object Kindergarten for 98 places in Saskylah. All the works were done by the employees of the enterprise - the architecture of the building was designed by the architect Nadezhda Starostina, construction and assembling works were also carried out by our employees. Winning the contest is the highest rating of our work and this provides new impetus to the development," , Yegor Sivtsev, the director of the small innovative enterprise shared.
Adgezia-Metallokonstruktsii is engaged in the production and construction of prefabricated residential and industrial buildings on the basis of frame-panel structures from self-framing metal buildings (SfMB). "The kindergarten in the village of Saskylah is also built from SfMB, which has established itself as it was successfully tested by the Far North. The indigenous people of the village are dolgans so we tried to use traditional northern motifs - patterns, northern lights, which added national colour to the kindergarten," the head of the enterprise said.
The work of the participants was rated in three categories: residential buildings, public and social construction projects, and urban environment objects. In each category there were two nominations: "The Best Project", and "The Best Implemented Project". In total, 35 projects of 11 teams took part in the competition.
Intersting fact: for the first time the SfMB technology was used in the construction of a district hospital for 10 patients in the village of Bulgunniahtah, Khangalassky ulus. Moreover, the eneterprise's specialists participated in the construction of the perinatal and rehabilitation centers in Yakutsk.