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Urtuiskoye open cast mining office of JSC PIMCU moves to newly commissioned administration and amenity facility
The administration and amenity facility comprises a two-storey administration building with total area of 1,475.6 sq.m and a single-storey amenity building with total area of 1,128.4 sq.m. Both buildings have been constructed of pre-fabricated light gauge steel framing. Exterior finish of metal frames has been made using fire-proof high-strength material – magnesium oxide boards. These boards have been covered with mineral wool insulation, as well as wind- and waterproofing layers; over the whole structure, rainscreen cladding made of metal shaped sheets has been erected.
The administration building houses offices, a dispatch unit and a first-aid station. The amenity building accommodates individual lockers for clothing and work garments, premises for laundering and drying, and also two saunas outfitted to the latest standards. Both buildings are provided with fire-safety equipment, including sensors, an alarm system and a fireguard control panel.
In territories adjacent to the new facility, a large volume of works has also been carried out, which involved paving access roads and laying slabs on pedestrian paths. Next year, on Community Clean-up Days, employees of the Urtuiskoye open cast mining office plan to plant trees and shrubs and set up lawns in the areas surrounding the new administration and amenity facility.
Today, construction personnel are completing erection of steel framing for the future canteen and conference hall building.
“For us, moving to the new administration and amenity facility is a long-awaited and joyful event. Improved household conditions play a vital role, since 90% of production plan fulfillment depends on how a person feels when going to work and in what condition his/her workplace is. When he/she comes to a beautiful building and changes his/her clothes in a good cloakroom, he/she will be in a positive mood and work targets will always be achieved,” says Vyacheslav Koshevoy, Director of the Urtuiskoye open cast mining office.