Academic District projects compete in Construction Ministry’s contest

11 February 2015 (13:18)

February 11, 2015. The judges in the Russian Construction Ministry’s first urban development contest presented their list of finalists in several categories.

According to Yekaterinburg Council’s press service, Yekaterinburg competes in three categories: Best Completed Energy-Saving Project on Economy Class Housing (the city’s Academic District), Best Multi-Faceted Area Development Project (Academic District), and Best Completed Low-Rise Construction Housing Project (Michurinsky District).

These three projects compete with projects from Vladikavkaz, Megion, Surgut, Tyumen, Moscow, Kirov, Obninsk, Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Ples, Veliky Ustyug, and other cities. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, February 11.

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