Día en la historia de SkyWay: "Kilómetro Cero"

Día en la historia de SkyWay: "Kilómetro Cero"

27 Julio 2019 11202

Hace exactamente cuatro años hemos demostrado los resultados de la votación por la imagen del signo de "Kilómetro Cero"- un monumento en el que se origina el primer paso elevado de hilos  en el mundo. Los diseñadores de CJSC "String Technologies" desarrollaron más de una docena de bocetos que se propusieron a los inversores para llevar a cabo una discusión abierta. Los comentarios nos permitieron crear una imagen colectiva de la marca, que absorbió muchos símbolos. Según los autores, el monumento, en el que está instalado el signo de "Kilómetro Cero", simboliza todo el camino del mejoramiento de transporte y de las carreteras. Para llegar al signo necesita superar una sección del camino con una piedra en crudo, luego con los bloques de piedra y después con el asfalto.

En el signo en sí se muestra un mapa de Europa, en el que la Belarús ocupa un puesto central - el lugar desde el que se origina el transporte de hilos. Belarús está un poco elevada sobre la parte principal del grabado para que cada visitante pueda ver desde qué país y qué continente, desde la idea hasta la implementación, las vias de hilos entran en este mundo.

El signo se construyó en una losa de hormigón armado de mil toneladas y sigue los contornos de Belarús; esta placa es una parte de la base masiva del soporte de anclaje, que también es la primera estación de pasajeros de SkyWay. El signo no solo ha dado el comienzo de la construcción del primer soporte, sino que también representa el punto de partida para mejorar el entorno del que depende nuestro futuro común.

Hace unos años el territorio de Eco Parque Tecnológico era un páramo ordinario, un sitio de prueba de los carros de combate, cubierto de malezas. En solo cuatro años logramos darle vida a este pedazo de tierra. En el marco de EcoFest 2019 los participantes tendrán una oportunidad única de tocar la historia de la creación del transporte de hilos desde la primera piedra hasta los últimos desarrollos de los ingenieros de la compañía.

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