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Transneft Upper Volga Renovates School in Vladimir Region

Date of publication: 27 December 2018 Print

Transneft Upper Volga has sponsored an overhaul of secondary school No. 1 in the town of Kameshkovo, Vladimir Region. The works worth 150 million roubles were financed out of Transneft’s charitable funds.

The school was renovated in accordance with the cooperation agreement between Transneft and the Vladimir Region government. The educational institution currently has 876 pupils.

The school building was commissioned in 1989, and no repairs had been performed there until recently.  Its water supply, heating, water disposal and lighting systems no longer complied with regulatory requirements. The overhaul included complete replacement of utilities and roofing, as well as installation of new windows. Moreover, the facade of the building, the classrooms, the sports halls, the assembly hall, the canteen and other school facilities were renovated too.

The overhauled school opened its doors on December 27, 2018. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by the Director General of Transneft Upper Volga Yury Levin, the Interim Acting First Deputy Governor of Vladimir Region Marina Chekunova, the Member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Olga Khokhlova, the Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Vladimir Region and head of the United Russia faction Vyacheslav Kartukhin and the Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Region Yury Fyodorov.

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Transneft Upper Volga renders support, including funding, to general education institutions, veterans’ and sports organisations, nursery schools, as well as municipal maintenance entities in the areas where its operational facilities are located, as part of its charitable activities.

From 2012 and through 2018, 13 secondary schools , 4 nursery schools and 2 culture centres in Transneft Upper Volga’s area of responsibility  were overhauled and renovated using Transneft’s funding.

Transneft Upper Volga Press Service