Russian Fishery Company was allocated funds for the repair 13th Secondary General School
August 25, 2020, Vladivostok –the overhaul of 13th Secondary General School grounds in Vladivostok has begun with the support of Russian Fishery Company (hereinafter RFC).
RFC laid out 2.5 million rubles for the reconstruction of the educational institution in the framework of social and economic partnership.
In the course of repairs to be carried out the replacement of a Central staircase, repair retaining walls, asphalt and laying of stormwater. The reconstruction of the facilities will be made of modern materials with high technical characteristics, which will create a comfortable and safe environment for school students and teachers.
"One of the priorities of RFC is to contribute to the sustainable development of the region where our company operates. Business should help the city develop, especially when it concerns our future-children. We are happy to help the school, and we will continue to please the children, "said Viktor Litvinenko, General Director of Russian Fishery Company.
Repair works will last a little more than a month. The main work on dismantling the old stairs and asphalt pavement will be completed before the beginning of the school year. By the beginning of October, the builders plan to put the object into operation.
"Our educational institution is 83 years old, repairs of the stairs and school grounds were previously carried out only current ones, we were very much waiting for a major update," said Olga Viselova, Director of school. "I would like to thank our benefactors for their cooperation and all-round assistance to our school."
The social partnership between RFC and 13th Secondary General School has been going on for several years. In 2018, the RFC equipped a classroom at the school for the Headquarters of the all-Russian military-Patriotic social movement "Yunarmiya".
About Russian Fishery Company
RFC is one of the largest producers of Alaska Pollock globally, one of the three leading Russian producers of wild white fish. The Company’s large fishing vessels are well suited to work in all fishing areas and under all climate conditions. They are equipped with modern fishing and processing equipment from leading international suppliers that enables the vessels to harvest different types of seafood. Strategic goals of the Company involve increasing the output of high value-added products due to fleet modernization, building of new, state-of-the-art super-trawlers and coastal processing plants. The primary fishing species are Alaska Pollock and Pacific Herring. Visit http://www.russianfishery.ru/eng/ to learn more.