PROJECT: MULTIFUNCTIONAL CENTRE IN BULQIZA
- PHASE:IMPLEMENTATION DESIGN
This project design has been ordered by UNDP Albania in cooperation with the Municipality of Bulqiza. The premises of the Centre are proposed to settle in an existing 2 floors building. Bulqiza Municipality has made available its second floor. The surface of the floor available is 183 m². Existing building should be adapted and function in compliance with the required facilities to the multifunctional centre.Condition of the building is extremely in bad conditions. Problems beginfrom the walls which are damaged in some places, the plaster needs repairs, windows are damaged, as well as doors. The terrace is damaged and therefore has presence of humidity in eternal premises. For this reason, the building needs complete reconstruction. As mentioned above, the detailed design consists of three directions:
1-Adaptation of the existing building facilities for multifunctional centre areas.
2- Full reconstruction of the existing building. 3-Building some additional new premises on the ground floor of the existing building.In connection with the adoption the proposed new facilities are as follows:
- Premises of the daily center for children with disabilities
Daily center for children with disabilities includes two classrooms / teaching laboratories, a physiotherapy room, two therapy rooms, one office administration, a multifunctional hall that will serve for training, events, library, cafeteria, etc. It is also provided one toilet for children and staff and a sanitary space for people with disabilities.In connection with the interventions of reconstruction is proposed that after realizing new premises,in parallel with the new building works, will be performed all electrical and sanitary installations under the project. These installations will be made completely new. The walls will be plastered at 100%, as well as the ceiling. Tiles will be raised completely new. The windows at the additional new premises will be double glass. Doors will be new, tumblers, according to the details of the project.