In parallel, the design of the main part of the campus will begin
Head of Bashkiria Radiy Khabirov, after visiting the site of the future student campus, promised that the first stage of the new facility, which will appear on the site of the current IQ-park building on Zaki Validi Street in Ufa, will be completed this year. According to Mr. Khabirov, “the project is already ready, and the documents are in the Glavgosexpertiza of Russia”.
– In parallel, we will start designing the main part of the campus, – said Radiy Faritovich. – A large-scale reconstruction is to be carried out in the IQ-park building with an area of 35.8 thousand square meters. The facility is expected to open in late 2023.
As Mr Khabirov explained, the rebuilt IQ Park “will have a student and creative space for young people”.
“The floors will house the premises of Ufa University of Science and Technology, Bashkir State Medical University and Ufa State Petroleum Technical University,” he said. . We do all of this for our students. There will be startups, co-working spaces, a modern environment for scientific activity and creativity.
The second stage – the central core of the campus – will occupy more than 110,000 square meters. It will be built on the slope of the Belaya River. This facility is expected to be completed by 2026. The complex will include 4,400-seat residential modules, auditoriums, a laboratory block and genomics center, retail and catering premises, as well as sports fields and venues for mass events.
Recall that the government of Bashkiria has concluded a concession agreement with the St. Petersburg development group “Etalon” on the construction of a world-class interuniversity student campus. The planned volume of investments is 26.9 billion rubles, including the cost of installation – 25 billion. Funds from the Russian budget will amount to 11.7 billion rubles, and Bashkiria will allocate 3.6 billion under the regional targeted investment program. The duration of the concession contract is 25 years.
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