Renovated Palace of Culture was presented in Mariupol after reconstruction for 115 million hryvnia
After reconstruction, a concert hall of the City Palace of Culture was opened in the Levoberezhny district of Mariupol . The event was held with the participation of the mayor Vadim Boychenko and the head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration Pavel Kirilenko.
The building, built in 1952, was overhauled as part of the presidential program “Big Construction”, while preserving the architectural style of the historical era of the middle of the twentieth century.
“It is important for us to keep young people in our country as much as possible. We want to show the Mariupol residents that all the changes they see today are not accidental. We are creating the infrastructure so that they believe in Ukraine. We are developing it in different directions – this is what modern and independent Ukraine is, ”emphasizes Vadym Boychenko.
According to Pavel Kirilenko, the reconstruction project was developed in such a way as to preserve the architectural features – now the institution combines the Empire style of the last century and modern technologies.
“This is a completely renovated establishment, but at the same time its authenticity and its original appearance have been preserved. The pearl of the institution is the assembly hall, where both city and regional events can be held, ”said the chairman of the Donetsk Regional State Administration.
So, at present, the recreation center has modern stage equipment, a large auditorium, and everything you need to train children from 3 years old and adults. It is noted that today 711 people are engaged in the Palace of Culture, 671 of them are children.
In general, 115.4 million hryvnias were allocated for the reconstruction of the facility, which includes 35 million hryvnias of state subventions and 80.4 million hryvnias from the local budget.
For these funds, the institution reinforced the foundations, basement, external and internal walls of the building, dismantled work, replaced the roof, windows and door blocks, electrical wiring, heating, ventilation, water supply, sewerage systems. They also installed air conditioning, automatic fire extinguishing systems, lighting equipment, and carried out restoration and finishing work.
Earlier it was reported what the reconstructed recreation center in Mariupol looks like before opening on the Independence Day of Ukraine.