RSIPA Dormitory Constructed as Part of the Siberian Cultural and Educational Complex

RSIPA Dormitory Constructed as Part of the Siberian Cultural and Educational Complex

The Stroytransgaz Group has completed the construction of a dormitory for the Siberian Higher School of Music and Dramatic Arts in Kemerovo (a branch of the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts). A commissioning permit for the building erected as part of the construction of the Siberian Cultural and Educational Complex has been obtained.

The new dormitory – a 7-storey building with 60 rooms and 240 beds – is the most comfortable and multifunctional space. It is here that students will be able to spend extracurricular time not only with comfort, but with benefit as well. The dormitory divided into blocks, each of them has two rooms for two people, a kitchen, a shower room, a bathroom, and a dressing room. Each floor has utility rooms for washing, drying, and ironing linen. There are rooms for self-training, a medical unit with an isolation ward, and a room for medical procedures. For residents with mobility impairments, an accessible environment is provided, including an electric lift, at the entrance to the campus.


The unique part of the dormitory is that the work has been commissioned on a turnkey basis, not only final finishing has been made, but furniture has been purchased and arranged, the premises were furnished with the necessary equipment. So future residents will not have to think about how to equip a new home. The first-year students of the RSIPA Siberian Branch have already managed to try the comfort and cosiness of the dormitory, they have been given a tour by Kirill Zachinyaev, Head of Construction of the RSIPA Siberian Branch and its dormitory, and Marina Mezhova, Rector of the RSIPA Branch.


The guys have really appreciated the rooms they will live in, noted their modern design and the convenience of residential blocks. The students especially liked the room for self-training, the only remaining is to place computers there. The recreation room still lacks a piano and other musical instruments – the branch rector believes that musical and literary evenings will be held here.

The adjacent territory is equipped for active recreation of students, this is about 10,300 sq. m. The educational campus has a stadium and sectors for high and long jumps, gymnastics, tennis, and handball. The sports area includes treadmills, football and volleyball fields, a basketball court, and an obstacle course.


Construction of the RSIPA educational building is 87% complete. Installation of the facade, painting of ceilings and walls, and tile laying are nearing completion. Inside the premises, final finishing is underway, landscaping of the adjacent territory has been completed. In addition, final finishing of the premises of an apartment building for teachers of the following branches of educational institutions of the Siberian Cultural and Educational Complex is being completed:  Russian State Institute of Performing Arts, Moscow State Academy of Choreography, Central Music School-Academy of Performing Arts. The building is 96% complete. The housing will also be commissioned on a turnkey basis and furnished according to the “move in and live” principle.