Boarding School of the Central Music School Branch in Vladivostok is Ready for Commissioning

Boarding School of the Central Music School Branch in Vladivostok is Ready for Commissioning

The first of the cultural and educational complex in Vladivostok obtained a statement of conformity (SoC) of state construction supervision. The inspectors confirmed that the building of the boarding school of the Central Music School branch on Russky Island was constructed with due account for all the requirements of the town-planning fire prevention laws, sanitary, technical, and other standards. All utilities are connected, start-up procedures have been successfully completed, and the facility is, in fact, ready for commissioning.

According to Igor Volkunovich, General Director of Stroytransgaz-Vostok LLC, the process of obtaining a SoC for the boarding school of the Central Music School proceeded entirely according to plan and was completed on the first try, Gosstroynadzor inspectors had no complaints against the developer.

“We were confident in the quality of our work, the process of obtaining a SoC proceeded as planned, without any surprises. Now, our next goal is to get a commissioning permit, we are expecting to complete this work in the near future. At the same time, we are preparing to obtain a SoC for other facilities of the cluster on Russky Island, primarily, these are the buildings of the branch of the Choreographic Academy and the Educational Centre,” – Igor Volkunovich noted.


The building of the boarding school of the Central Music School is designed to accommodate all 350 pupils of the educational institution. There are 66 residential blocks on four floors, 22 of which are adapted for people with mobility impairments. Each block has two double living rooms, a bathroom with a separate washbasin, toilet, and shower, a dressing room, and a spacious common hall.

The living rooms offer a view of the rocky coast of the Sea of Japan, gigantic ships remaining off the harbour, the Skryplev Island with the same-name beacon, the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University, the famous Russky Bridge, and, in good weather, you can see the majestic hills located on the opposite shore of the Ussuri Bay and the lights of Bolshoy Kamen and the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex.


In addition, each floor of the boarding school has rooms for joint leisure activities of students, recreation rooms, and self-study spaces. On the ground floor, there is a first-aid post with an isolation ward, and thanks to the heated overground crossing, students can quickly and comfortably get to the educational building of the Central Music School.

It should be reminded that Stroytransgaz-Vostok, at the commission of the National Cultural Heritage Foundation for Social and Cultural Projects, as mandated by Russian President Vladimir Putin, is building a cultural and educational complex in Vladivostok. The construction is underway at two sites.

As early as this year, the Russky Bridge will begin commissioning the facilities of Russia’s largest campus of cultural and educational institutions: branches of the Moscow State Academy of Choreography and the Central Music School, the Educational Centre with a canteen and a swimming pool, boarding schools for pupils, a dormitory for RSIPA students, as well as three apartment buildings for teachers and artists will be located there.


The second site of the cultural and educational cluster is located on the Eagle’s Nest Hill, the highest point in the historical part of Vladivostok. This large-scale complex will accommodate branches of the State Hermitage, the Tretyakov Gallery, the Museum of Oriental Arts, Russian State Institute of Performing Arts, School of Creative Industries, and the Mariinsky Theatre’s stage.

In addition to the capital of the Primorsky Krai, the Stroytransgaz Group is building cultural and educational complexes in three more Russian cities. The projects are adapted to domestic conditions and standards by the design organisation GORKA Group.