Hungary has been enriched with new developments!
Although these are not stadiums, they will mean a nicer and better quality of life for many, and a secure job and livelihood for many. Let's see the list:
📌1. A new roundabout was handed over in Nyíregyháza
In Nyíregyháza, the construction of the new roundabout at the intersection of Korányi Frigyes utca - Csaló köz - was revealed at the handover on Monday. The phase was implemented within the framework of the project entitled “Renovation of Korányi Frigyes utca, construction of a roundabout at the Korányi Frigyes utca – Csaló köz junction and renovation of Szarvas utca” in the implementation of Ke-Víz 21 Zrt.
During the project with 100% support, the renovation of Korányi Frigyes utca and the construction of the roundabout at the Korányi Frigyes utca – Csaló köz junction amounted to more than HUF 833 million, of which the construction of the roundabout was nearly HUF 276 million. The section between Szarvas utca – Vécsey köz – Móricz Zsigmond utca, completed in 2019, was renovated for nearly 138 million forints.
The contractors provided safer transport
The renovation of the section from Frigyes Korányi and Kosbor streets to Sóstóhegyi út, as well as the construction of the new roundabout at the previously accident-prone intersection, created safer traffic conditions for significant car traffic towards the city center, promoting smooth progress and thus reducing unnecessary waiting. load as well.
- was realized in 2019 in Frányes Korányi Street
- renovation of the pavement within 3 km,
- breakpoints in bicycle facilities have been eliminated,
- accessibility has also been achieved,
- the bus bays were rebuilt,
- bus platforms have been made accessible,
- and the construction of a safe pedestrian crossing between the bays, in addition to the control of the drainage and compliance of rainwater.
With the construction of the roundabout and the renovation of Korányi Frigyes Street, a total of five new pedestrian crossings were created, as well as a stormwater drainage system and a new sidewalk from Eperjes Street through the new roundabout between Csaló to the Lengyel Street junction, more than 400 meters long. During the development, plants were also planted: 51 seedlings and nearly 700 shrubs were planted.
Source, more pictures and information:https://magyarepitok.hu/utepites/2020/10/uj-korforgalmi-csomopontot-adtak-at-nyiregyhazan
📌2. Magyar Posta Zrt. Established a logistics plant in Szekszárd
The new site of Magyar Posta Zrt., The Szekszárd Logistics Plant, was ceremoniously handed over by cutting the national colored ribbon on Tuesday. The new depot was developed as part of the MPL project, and the company will have eighteen more refurbished plants nationwide.
Magyar Posta announced in a statement that this year it is the third new plant in the countryside. The aim of their developments is to process and deliver the growing number of packages efficiently and quickly. In his ceremonial speech on Tuesday, János Varga, Logistics Operations Director, said that they are proud of the Szekszárd depot and want to create conditions for their employees where it is good to work.
"We are transforming our entire logistics to give us a significant advantage over our competitors in the parcel market," he added. He later told our newspaper that the Szekszárd depot had been leased a few months ago, and currently they have fifty employees working in the area, inside which they will also build parcel lines next year.
János Gyurkovics, Deputy Mayor of Szekszárd, also gave a speech, emphasizing that the residents of the county seat are interested in the high-level operation of parcel traffic.
Source, more pictures and information:https://www.teol.hu/kozelet/helyi-kozelet/logistikai-uzemet-letesitett-a-magyar-posta-zrt-szekszardon-2856865/
📌3. The construction of the Kanizsa Arena is moving forward with steam power
The construction of a multifunctional sports and event hall in Nagykanizsa under the Modern Cities Program (MVP) is on schedule, with an investment of nearly HUF 15 billion.
70-meter-long, 45-ton steel structures were placed on top of the Kanizsa Arena under construction. With these brackets, the height of the building reaches 20 meters, and with their placement, the bouquet celebration of the hall has also become “in sight”! In parallel with the structural works of the building, the rainwater and sewage system will also be built, the backbone pipelines under the roads and car parks are already 90% completed. The hall also provides space for trainings and events
The event hall will host various cultural, sports and community events, as well as fairs, concerts and festivals. It also provides training opportunities for sports associations and school sports events. Thanks to its divisibility, the facility can accommodate the cultivators of several sports at the same time.
The hall, together with the mobile stands, will be able to accommodate 3,000 people.
📌4. A parking garage for 300 cars was also created next to the renovated market hall in Győr
The project called "Creating a Green City in Győr" has been completed, as part of which the Hermann Ottó Street Market Hall has been completely renovated, a 300-space parking garage has been built, and the surrounding green areas have also been developed.
The total budget of the project was more than HUF 4.1 billion, for which the necessary self-sufficiency was provided by the consortium members.
In the market hall:
- a modern mechanical system has been built with utility reconstruction, supplemented by energy modernization,
- a freight lift and a lift and escalator to assist persons with reduced mobility have been installed,
- the car park, the restroom and the information desk are accessible,
- and charging devices for electric vehicles have been installed in the car park.
The program was implemented in a consortium between the local government of Győr and the Győr-Szol Győri Közszolgáltató és Vagyongazdálkodó Zrt., Which won more than HUF 3.5 billion in non-refundable support from the European Regional Development Fund and the Hungarian central budget.
Source, more pictures, details:https://magyarepitok.hu/mi-epul/2020/10/300-ferohelyes-parkolohazat-is-letrehoztak-a-felujitott-vasarcsarnok-mellett-gyorben
📌5. Tataházi Primary School has been completely renovated
Member of Parliament Gábor Bányaiwritten by:
From the 683 million school renovation program of the Bácska Primary School, the member institution of Tataházi could also be completely renewed, from the foundations to the roof. Our main goal is to bring public education to the 21st century, European level, and during the work of the last 10 years it can be said that renovation and modernization works, expansions and other developments took place in almost all schools.
Congratulations to the settlement and the Tank District for this exemplary renovation!
Good luck with your further work!
📌6. MOL's new plant produces raw materials for more sustainable roads One of the biggest advantages of rubber bitumen is that it uses a large amount of tire waste.
A new plant capable of producing rubber bitumen at MOL's Zala Refinery has been completed, which can produce about 96 tons of road construction raw materials per day and 20,000 tons annually, according to the company's announcement. Of this amount, 200 kilometers of 2x1-lane main road can be built or 600 kilometers of upper layer can be renovated. 75% of the HUF 3 billion investment started in May last year was financed by Mol from its own resources and 25% by state support within the framework of the Large Enterprise Investment Support Program.
The spread of rubber bitumen roads is helped by the fact that the annual production of 20,000 tons covers about 10-15 percent of the road construction bitumen demand in Hungary.
In 2012, the currently operating smaller rubber bitumen pilot plant with a capacity of 5,000 tons per year was inaugurated at the Zala Refinery. In response to the increase in demand, Mol began construction of the now handed over plant in the spring of 2019.
In the last 8 years, about 150 kilometers of road sections have been built or renewed in Hungary using rubber bitumen, including the XIII lower quay of Pest. 1.5 km long part of the district, the Budaörsi road, the Villányi bypass road and a section of the M25 motorway. With the entry of new production capacity, it is possible to multiply this.
Rubber bitumen has a lower chance of pitting
Asphalt roads made of rubber bitumen are expected to be more durable, up to one and a half times longer than roads made of normal bitumen.
The load capacity of the roads made in this way is also higher and the chances of the formation of potholes are lower, which may result in a lower maintenance cost.
Important information for residential areas is that with this solution, driving noise can also be lower, thus reducing the noise load.
In addition, rubber bitumen is an environmentally friendly solution, as 3,000 tons of rubber crumb are used for its production every year, for which about half a million used tires and 8-10 percent of the tire waste generated in Hungary are utilized annually.
Developed by MOL as its own patent
Tibor Zsinkó, Managing Director of MOL Hungary Downstream, said that the daily capacity is sufficient for larger road construction works and also provides an opportunity to take advantage of business opportunities in the surrounding countries.
As chemically stabilized rubber bitumen is a patent of Mol, the sale of the license, for which the new plant is a reference, could be an additional utilization option.
Mol started working in the 2000s to implement the domestic production of rubber bitumen already used abroad. The company has developed a so-called chemically stabilized rubber bitumen in cooperation with the University of Pannonia, which can be used in the same way as normal road construction bitumen. Mol's patented technology ensures that rubber bitumen can be transported, stored and used later, so it can be produced on a large scale and used away from the production site.
The Mol Group is an integrated, international oil and gas company with 25,000 employees and a presence in more than 30 countries.