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A parking house is being built in Békéscsaba
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In the construction of the new parking garage of the county seat, MEVA's new wall formwork will be used to create high-quality exposed concrete surfaces.
In addition to the construction of the new hall, the investment, which began in January this year, will rebuild the obsolete pavilion line and create a covered, open, multi-storey car park.
Construction began on the 2,400-square-foot, 292-space parking garage. The parking garage, which consists of a ground floor and a first floor, also houses 6 chargers for electric cars.
Regarding the significance of the investment, Péter Szarvas, Mayor of Békéscsaba, said that an important element of the market reconstruction was the construction of a parking garage in the immediate vicinity of the hall: increased vehicle traffic and parking needs should be expected on Wednesday to Saturday.
The facility will provide more comfortable parking for sellers and buyers entering the market.
Following the completion of the parking garage, the pavilion line and the covered, open fairgrounds will be built.
Makovecz Church is being built in Rákoskert
The foundation stone of the Rákoskerti Ascension Church was laid in 2009, and last June the inauguration ceremony of the church institution, based on the last building plan of Imre Makovecz, was held. The works have now entered the final phase, so this time a site visit took place.
A new doctor's office was built in Lyukóvölgy
Out of more than 90 million forints, a 153-square-meter, ground-floor, barrier-free building was completed behind the Community House, which housed an adult and pediatrician's office, as well as a nurse's consultation in a separate part of the building.
It was a request from residents and doctors to provide patient care in a modern building that meets the needs of the age. In the area behind the Community House, a ruined, accident-prone wooden outbuilding used to stand unused. After demolition, the 153-square-foot building was built on this area, which will provide space for an adult and pediatrician’s office and a separate part of the building for midwifery counseling. The dual-function part of the building has a separate entrance with a windbreak. The two surgeries are connected by a rest area for workers and an associated water block.
As part of the Széchenyi 2020 investment, the exterior facade and floor of the building were insulated, and modern doors and windows were installed to reduce operating costs. The practice will be heated by an air-to-water heat pump system with underfloor heating. Barrier-free parking, disabled washrooms and non-slip pavements await the disabled. The building can be reached on foot or by car from Lyukóvölgyi út.
The Forest House Ecotourism Visitor Center has been handed over
The Eotő Háza ecotourism visitor center in the Sopron Park Forest was built for about half a billion forints, which provides nature conservation, health protection, recreation and knowledge acquisition opportunities for visitors, said Minister of Agriculture István Nagy at the handover ceremony on Muck Hill on Friday.
István Nagy emphasized that Tanulmányi Erdőgazdaság (TAEG) Zrt., In cooperation with the Hungarian Hiking Association and the Hungarian Tourism Agency, has established a visitor center that also contributes to the quality development of sustainable tourism.
New buses in West Nógrád
Mihály Ballawrote: “West Nógrád is part of another development important for public transport, courtesy of the Government of Hungary and Volánbusz. It is a great pleasure for all of us, as public transport between our villages and towns will take place with the most modern buses.
Students and commuters will be able to travel in 21st century conditions with 8 Credo Econell 12 buses, both accessible and air-conditioned.
Thus, the residents of Balassagyarmat, Bér, Bercel, Rétság, Mohora, Szécsény, Romhány, Nógrádkövesd, Galgaguta, Ipolyvece and Herencsény can get to their workplaces and schools in the safest way.
Thanks to everyone who did so that our area was able to participate in another development
62 new ambulances were on the market
Twenty new ambulances arrived at the National Ambulance Service (OMSZ) on Tuesday, with an additional 42 vehicles being received in days, reducing the average age of ambulances to 4.8 years.
Miklós Kásler, the Minister of Human Resources, stated at Tuesday's handover in Budapest: the ambulance fleet has been renewed, the government has replaced practically a thousand vehicles since 2010. Ambulances were also equipped with modern equipment.
The government doubled its support for the OMSZ compared to 2010; In 2010, there were 223 rescue stations in the country, of which more than 100 were refurbished and upgraded by the government, handing over another 30 new rescue stations, and 12 rescue points were established, he said.
Miklós Kásler greeted all OMSZ employees for their extremely conscientious, self-sacrificing work.
Green Bus Program: 11 successful applications
Dávid Vitézywrote: The decision was made: through 11 successful tenders, a total of HUF 18.37 billion will be awarded to electric buses and self-propelled trolleybuses in the Green Bus Program!
As a member of the Project Committee of the Green Bus Program, we worked for a year with colleagues from the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, Secretary of State Attila Steiner, to announce and evaluate the tender for the procurement of electric buses and the related charging infrastructure. It is a great pleasure that the decision was made this week, so as a result of the tenders 123 new electric buses can arrive in Budapest and the agglomeration, Eger, Győr, Szeged (electric bus and in addition to the above total number 4 self-propelled trolleybuses), Székesfehérvár, Szolnok, Zalaegerszeg, Miskolc, Pécs and Veszprém. Thus, in addition to the Volánbusz, the winners also include municipal service providers.
A Student and Library Center is being built in Budapest
Ádám Barbélywrote: Another success in Zugló: László Palkovics, Minister of Innovation and Technology, Ferenc Dietz, Chancellor and Roland Juhász, State Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office, before the foundation ceremony of the new Central Library and Student Center of the Budapest University of Economics
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