The facade of the multifunctional complex “Mnyovniki” under construction is 60% ready

The facade of the so named multifunctional complex (MFC), which is being built next to Mnyovniki station of Big Circle Line (BCL), has been completed by 60%, said Andrey Bochkarev, Deputy Mayor of Moscow on Urban Planning and Construction. Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding acts as an operator of several major urban territorial development projects, including Mnyovnikovskaya Poyma.

“The architectural concept of the multifunctional complex under construction at Mnyovniki BCL station involves stained glass glazing using glass fins on the facade of the building. At the moment, the reinforced concrete structures of 13 floors of the building are ready, the work on the facade has been completed by 60%, the facade glazing has been completed by 40%”, Andrey Bochkarev noted.

According to him, the height of the future MFC building with 13 aboveground and three underground floors will be about 60 meters, and the total area will be over 46 thousand square meters.

“Bricklaying of the walls has been completed in the negative floors, the installation of a sand base and a foundation plate of substructures of the building is under way”, the deputy mayor said and added that the installation of elevators and engineering networks is already being prepared.

Construction of the multifunctional complex "Mnyovniki"

Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt JSC, specified that the multifunctional complex will meet all current requirements of energy and environmental safety.

“It will be one of the most environmentally friendly office buildings in the capital due to its location. It is assumed that in the future the head office of Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding will be located here, Yuri Kravtsov emphasized.

Let us remember that earlier it has been reported that the development of the Mnyovnikovskaya Poyma within an area of over 350 hectares involves the construction of public, residential, sports, administrative, social and commercial facilities measuring in total about 2.5 million square metres. Currently, the transport scheme and routes are being updated and designed considering utility location zones. In the Mnyovnikovskaya Poyma, it is envisaged to improve the embankments and park areas of about 125 hectares located within the boundaries of the specially protected natural territory of the Moskvoretsky Natural and Historical Park.

Mnyovnikovskaya Poyma is a promising area for the development of the capital. Mnyovniki metro station has already been opened here, and the construction of another station of Big Circle Line – Terekhovo – is planned to be completed by the end of this year.

Photo: Mosinzhproekt