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In Crimea they intend to build a railway bypass of the Inkerman St. Clement Monastery

In Crimea they intend to build a railway bypass of the Inkerman St. Clement Monastery

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Glavgosexpertiza issued a positive conclusion based on the results of the state examination of the design documentation and the results of engineering surveys, including checking the reliability of the estimated cost for the construction of the railway bypass of the Inkerman St. Clement Monastery. The work will be carried out as part of the first stage of technical re-equipment of the Crimean Railway.

The project involves the reconstruction of the existing section of the Simferopol Freight — Inkerman-2 railway track with its removal to a new route. The section being reconstructed is almost two kilometers long, of which almost 900 meters is a metal overpass on reinforced concrete supports. To make it possible to implement design solutions for constructing an overpass in difficult engineering and geological conditions, measures for cementation of foundation soils are also provided. The construction period for the facility is 21.5 months. More than 400 builders of various specialties will have to take part in construction at the site, – said the chief expert of the project, Yuri Surnin.

In connection with the change in the railway route, it became necessary to reconstruct a section of the existing Simferopol – Bakhchisarai – Yalta highway, since it falls within the area of ​​the railway overpass under construction. Also within the boundaries of the facility, it is planned to build a road to the monastery and an exit from the gas station to the road to the temple.

To reduce the noise of traffic flow affecting the area located next to the designed route, the project provides for the installation of noise barriers along the railway tracks. The construction zone includes cultural heritage objects (CHO): “Burial No. 9” – burials of the turn of the 2nd-1st millennium BC, Kizil-Kobinskoye settlement of the 7th–5th centuries. BC, Tauri settlement No. 5 (VII-V centuries BC, I-XV centuries AD), settlement Kariernaya 1 (presumably VIII-VI centuries BC), Ak-Kerman settlement. Design solutions ensure the safety of OKNs and eliminate negative impacts on them during further operation.

The general designer is TRANSPROEKT LLC.

The developer is FSUE Crimean Railway.

source: press service of the Federal Autonomous Institution “Glavgosexpertiza of Russia”

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