The Urban Planning area of the Zaragoza City Council is going to allocate a total of 920,000 euros to renovating and adapting the Miralbueno Multipurpose Pavilion. The forecast is that the work will end in May and combine the project to change the roof and rearrange the internal spaces with the improvement of services and supplies for more than 70,000 euros.
The Miralbueno Multipurpose Pavilion, with an area of 1,589 square meters, is now in the final phasewith its reopening expected to take place before the summer.
At that time, the improvement work, adaptation of the security and fire prevention systems and installation of new elements will have been completed to guarantee its multifunctionality as equipment.
These jobs will mean investment of around one million euros as revealed in the visit to these facilities by the Zaragoza City Council Urban Planning and Facilities Councilor, Víctor Serrano, and the president of the Miralbueno District and Participation Councilor, Javier Rodrigo.
Two simultaneous projects
The actions are divided into two projects that have had to be carried out simultaneously in time. On the one hand, they are investing 919.853,13 euros (VAT included) in the rearrangement of the internal spaces of the pavilion. The objective is the purpose of adapting to the current regulations for its multipurpose use, especially that referring to fire protection.
In this way, the stage has been moved, new dressing rooms have been created, a multipurpose room and the warehouses have been improved. Regarding its envelope, the fiber cement (asbestos) cover has had to be replaced, the appearance of the facades has also been renewed and the elements that occupied the patio have been demolished, leaving it diaphanous.
On the other hand, one contemplates investment of 70,329.86 euros for supplies and improvement of equipment items. In this case, the acoustic improvement of the pavilion is undertaken, as well as its insulation, the installation of a lifting platform to facilitate the raising of heavy material to the stage, and the construction of better accessible toilets.
“It was an essential work because it was necessary to update the equipment and adapt it to current safety and fire protection regulations,” says Víctor Serrano.
Serrano has put this executed investment “as the best example of a policy of action in our neighborhoods, focused on improving the services provided to citizens and that contribute to quality of life.”