The ventilation system installation is being prepared
“In-situ concreting at the Tyulenevskaya station of the prospective Troitskaya metro line are in a high degree of construction readiness”, said Andrey Bochkarev, Deputy Mayor of Moscow on Urban Planning and Construction.
Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding is a general designer and general contractor to construct new lines and stations of the Moscow metro.
“At Tyulenevskaya, the main structures for the remainder of the station platform section, the passenger concourse and the emergency exit, as well as the prospective ventilation chamber, where preparations are underway to install airlocks and ventilation systems”, said the Deputy Mayor.
According to him, in-situ concreting is 80% complete together with the main structures, and the Tyulenevskaya station is considered to be almost 50% complete.
Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt JSC, added that excavation backfill has started.
“It is scheduled to start finishing the interior of the station in June, and to install the utilities in September”, specified Yuri Kravtsov.
The head of the engineering holding also specified that the tunnels adjacent to the station have a rigid base and that the track structure is now being constructed, and it is three-quarters complete.
“The section on the Troitskaya Line from the interchange to the Big Circle Line up to Kommunarka with the Novatorskaya, Universitet Druzhby Narodov, Tyulenevskaya, Tyutchevskaya and Mamyri stations is 13 km long. It is around 60% complete”, said Yuri Kravtsov.
Recall that Tyulenevskaya previously called Ulitsa Generala Tyuleneva was given a new name following the results of the voting by Muscovites on the Active Citizen portal.
The Troitskaya Line under construction which is 40 km long, will connect the platforms of the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) with the urban district of Troitsk, passing through the Southern, South-Western, Troitsky and Novomoskovsky districts of Moscow. The expected daily passenger traffic flow is somewhat 100 thousand people. Around 1 million people live in the zone of influence of the new stations, and several hundred thousand people work or study here.