THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CEILING OF THE BIG CIRCLE LINE STATION HAS BEEN LAUNCHED
The construction of the ceiling of the Big Circle Line station, the Novatorskaya Station, has been launched. The ceiling is made of panels of different size. It is constructed according to Mospromproekt JSC specialists design decisions. Mospromproekt JSC is a member of The Group of Companies Mosproekt-3.
“The station complex is almost completed. Constructors have started the construction of the ceiling, and at the same time continue the facing of the passenger area. The Novatorskaya Station will be the first station of the southern section of the Big Circle Line to complete, the construction is expected to be complete by the end of 2021”, – said Andrey Bochkarev, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Planning and Construction.
As it was stated by the Head of Moscow Complex of Urban Planning Policy and Construction, the architectural decisions made by The Group of Companies Mosproekt-3 specialists gave the station its unique appearance.
“Though the Novatorskaya Station has a typical construction, its architectural appearance is unique as it got original design with a recognizable color decision. The main accent is made on the ceiling, which is made of orange triplex panels of different size. Besides that, it is the first station of Moscow Metro where glass was used as a finishing material. Triplex fully reveal all optical properties of glass: reflection, refraction, color, transparency and luminescence. Parametrical composition brings up associations with a sun, fire and energy of innovations” – said Anna Merkulova, The Group of Companies Mosproekt-3 CEO.
From the Novatorskaya Station it will be possible to transfer to a new station of the Troitskaya line, which is currently under construction. It will reduce traffic load on the central transit stations and the southern sections of Sokolnicheskaya Line, Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line and Serpuhovsko-Timeryazevskaya Line. The new station is expected to have a capacity of more than 500 thousand passengers per day.