Transneft Far East has started the second phase of revamping of the sports complex of school No.3 in Solnechny Settlement, Khabarovsk Territory.
The Company provides funding within its charitable activities. The total cost of the large-scale sports complex revamping project is more than 132 million roubles.
The project provides for a comprehensive repair of the building, which was decommissioned in 2013 due to heavy rainfalls that caused a catastrophic flood. The sports complex includes a gymnastics hall, a gym, two sports halls and two swimming pools for children and adults.
The works began in the summer of 2018. Since then, the sports complex’s roof has been replaced, using the funds allocated by the Company. This year it is planned to complete facade and interior finishing works. The sports complex’s heat and power supply systems will also be replaced. The second stage of the revamping will be financed in the amount of about 62 million roubles.
Completion of the works is planned for 2020. The renovated sports facility will be available not only for the school’s pupils, but also for preschoolers and adults of Solnechny Settlement.
Transneft Far East supports projects in the field of social protection, healthcare and culture and sports development in the territories second phase of the East Siberia – Pacific Ocean oil trunk pipeline (ESPO-2) operated by the Company runs through.
The Company has been engaged in a large-scale revamping of the Lenin stadium in Khabarovsk for 4 years, having transferred more than 224 million roubles to implement this project to date. In 2018, Transneft Far East funded about a dozen organisations and administrations of rural settlements in the region within its charitable activities.