Uralkali Begins Phase 2 Construction of Residential Accommodation for Employees in Berezniki

24.01.2020

The second phase of construction of the Malakhit residential estate for Uralkali Group’s employees in Berezniki has now begun.

Two nine-storey residential buildings, containing 280 apartments with a total area of ??almost 19,000 m2 will be built at the intersection between Paris Commune and Lomonosov streets. The building plans comprise four apartment types: 40 studios, 100 two-room apartments, 118 three-room apartments and 22 four-room apartments, with areas of up to 35.5 m2, 57.4 m2, 81.4 m2 and 101.9 m2 respectively. The use of cast-in-place frame structure will give residents the opportunity to adapt the layout of their apartments as necessary, and increase the usable space.

The ground floors will have storage space for strollers and bicycles.

This construction project will contribute towards the integrated development of the residential quarter; private courtyards will provide recreational areas for children and adults, including sports grounds, and there will be a spacious car park behind the housing statement.

Igor Senokosov, Uralkali Capital Construction Director, commented

At the initiative of Uralkali, eight multi-apartment residential buildings comprising 730 apartments with a total area of ??about 49,000 m? are being built in Berezniki and Solikamsk. We place high priority on the new buildings meeting modern requirements for quality, comfort and safety.

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The project’s general contractor is LLC GKM Engineering and the developer is JSC Solikamsk Construction Trust.

The first phase of the accommodation construction project for Uralkali employees began on Lomonosov Street (Berezniki) in 2018. This phase consists of two residential buildings with a varying number of floors (one five-storey and one eight-storey building), with a total of 100 apartments.

The housing programme for Uralkali Group’s employees is one of the key priority areas of the Company’s social policy. Employees will be able to purchase apartments in newly-constructed corporate houses at attractive terms: Uralkali will pay monthly interest on employee mortgages for ten years. In line with Uralkali Group’s programme for improving housing conditions, priority will be given to employees with niche or highly-sought-after skills.

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the world’s largest potash producers and exporters. The Company’s assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore treatment plants in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Region, Russia). Uralkali employs more than 12,000 people in the main production unit. Uralkali’s shares are traded on the Moscow Exchange.

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