On 10 November 2017, CPC Deputy General Director Russian Government Relations Mikhail Grishankov and Krasnodar Krai Vice Governor Anna Minkova officially opened a new building of School No 59 in the village of Shkolny in the Krymskiy District in Kuban.
Funding for building and fully equipping the school with all necessary equipment was allocated by Caspian Pipeline Consortium. The total amount of charity assistance to implement this project is about 60 million rubles.
The work to construct the new school building started in late April 2017 and was completed in early November. Such high construction speed was achieved by applying a pre-fabricated building technology using building block construction.
On the same day, CPC Deputy General Director Mikhail Grishankov and Krasnodar Krai Vice Governor Anna Minkova took part in an official opening of a new gas boiler house and a transformer substation built using CPC’s charity funds for School No 16 in the village of Moldavanckoe in the Krymskiy District. The new 700 KW gas boiler house costing 10 million rubles is able to heat up a school building with a floor area over 7,000 m2, fully supporting an uninterrupted functioning of the hot water supply system. The school will now have a reliable power supply provided by the 10 KV substation with a 400KVA transformer, costing 1.5 million rubles.