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Restoration of Flood-Damaged Gym at Romagna Middle School Approved

Eleven months after the devastating flood that hit Romagna, progress is being made in restoring the public spaces that were affected. The latest development is the approval of the executive project for the restoration of the municipal gym at the ‘Ungaretti’ middle school in Solarolo.

Last May, the flood caused by the breaches of the banks of the Senio river reached the Solarola area, flooding roads, fields, houses, businesses, sports facilities, parks, and schools. Among the most affected buildings was the Ungaretti school complex, which includes the gym used by students and local sports clubs.

The restoration project, approved by the public works sector of the Union of Romagna Faentina, will cost 370 thousand euros. The Reale Foundation, a foundation of the Reale group, will finance the project with an equal donation. The funds will cover various aspects of the restoration, including construction works, plant engineering, classroom restoration, technical costs, cleaning, and furnishings.

The construction company for the project will be identified through a direct assignment procedure, with work expected to start soon and be completed by the summer. The gym should be back in use by September for both curricular and extra-curricular activities.

In addition to the gym restoration, the school itself is involved in a Pnrr tender for seismic adaptation, costing 300 thousand euros. These combined efforts will provide the community with a completely redeveloped and safer school complex and sports space.

Overall, the restoration of the Ungaretti school gym is a significant step forward in recovering from the flood damage and ensuring that students and athletes have access to much-needed facilities.

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Written by Damiano Ventura.

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