The President of Uzbekistan got acquainted with the construction of multi-storey buildings in Ferghana and with the technology of low-cost construction of internal roads
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Yesterday, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspected new 16-storey buildings on Tarona Street in Ferghana city, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.
According to the Press Service of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Ferghana is one of the most densely populated cities in the country. Therefore, such modern multi-storey buildings play an important role in meeting the growing needs of the population.
These two 16-storey buildings with adjoining territory occupied an area of 11 acres. Now 160 families live here. Part of the apartments will be provided to socially vulnerable families.
During the construction, special attention was paid to the requirements of seismic resistance and modern urban planning. High-quality energy-saving materials were used. Next to the houses, there is a playground and parking. A school for 420 students was built. A kindergarten for 380 children is being built.
The Head of the state visited the Ilgor mahalla of Ferghana district, where he got acquainted with the technology of low-cost construction of internal roads.
About 39 thousand kilometers of internal roads in Uzbekistan are sandy. Most of the previously built paved roads need repair. Paving all of these roads is expensive.
In this regard, 5 different road surface options have been prepared from a mixture of local materials, such as sand, gravel, limestone, crushed stone, and cement.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with these samples. The specialists in the field provided information on the composition, cost and quality of road surfaces.
The President supported these developments and noted the need for improving them from an engineering point of view, selecting the best option based on an accurate calculation of raw material reserves and required equipment.